How about some sacrilege? The same amount of peanut butter cup but in a more efficient square shape. This is to save about 15% in packaging and increase the number of bars that can be shipped around the world.
But wait there is more: I ditched the black wrappers so the cardboard tray has a flap to keep the cups separated. This helps reduce more waste, plus those darn wrappers always tear some chocolate off the bottom of the cup!
Continue reading ➞ Reese’s Square Peanut Butter Cups
Been thinking about this one well before my War On Plastic post last year, I just couldn’t crack the design until now. I wanted a deodorant stick that can use refills that were similar to bars of soap.
Continue reading ➞ Refillable Deodorant Stick
I know my “change the world” posts aren’t all that popular but I hope this design turns a few heads. I’ve been thinking about this one for over a year, since four black bears were destroyed in my town for being habituated (they were relying on people’s garbage as a food source). That’s an extreme example, I also want be like Cyril Sneer and thwart those evil Raccoons.
Continue reading ➞ Animal-Proof Garbage Can
Time to get controversial? I believe it’s good we’re making some strides towards eliminating single-use plastics, it’ll be very interesting to see how companies innovate and adapt. That said I’d like to highlight some products that could do better.
Continue reading ➞ War On Plastic
This cooler design has Ghostbusters branding so it can be called an Ecto Cooler. Get it? Never mind. The Ghostbusters stuff is not important, it’s just decoration here. This cooler does something different, do read on.
Continue reading ➞ Beach Cooler Design
Vancouver has one of the best mass transit systems in the world, but I do not miss the crowded trains that happen during peak times. I propose special ‘Overflow’ train cars that sit at the front and back of a train, increasing passenger capacity. This creates a longer train that extends beyond the length of existing platforms.
Continue reading ➞ Overflow Train Cars
This is an HDMI switch mixed with a power bar, inspired by the recent trend of mini consoles, single board computers, and clone consoles using USB as a power source.
I was shopping for just such a device today, because my TV doesn’t have enough HDMI ports. I also wanted something that would power my devices too, making it easier to deal with cable management.
Continue reading ➞ HDMI Gaming Switch