Cassette “Tape”

General Design, Product Design

For those of you young readers, this tape dispenser is a replication of an item from the 1900’s called a ‘tape player’.

As funny as it may be to think that about it, some readers may have only heard music as an MP3, and have never heard the crackle of a vinyl record or the wrinkled tape of a cassette.
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Floating Workspace

General Design, Industrial Design, Product Design

One of the more satisfying things to see is a clean and clear workspace.  This streamlined, simple, floating work desk is a great example of a leg-less place to carryout your work.


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Barky Turntable

General Design, Product Design, Product Innovation

This unique design is a high gloss, ultra minimalist, precision turntable for vinyl aficionados.  Made of solid ash, brass and glass, chances are you will be the only one on the block with this record player.
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Sweet Musical Sounds

General Design, Innovators & Creators, Product Innovation, Upcoming Inventions

Do you remember the days of making sweet music with your elementary school issued recorder? Those days don’t need to be a thing of the past thanks to design lab, Generally and Especially. They have developed an environmentally sound campaign to repurpose empty Coke bottles and make them into musical instruments. So, after you enjoy a refreshing Coca Cola, skip the garbage can and go straight to the bandstand with a new and improved recorder.

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The Coolest (and Nerdiest) Lego Creations

General Design

If you’re a regular follower of Davison Creators, you probably know by now that we love Legos.  Over and over, Legos show us that we can create something new out of something that has already been created.  Above are some awesome examples (both simple and a bit more complex) of how Legos can be used to express creativity.  Which is your favorite?


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