When Less Is Actually More Minimalist Designs

When Less Is Actually More Minimalist Designs


Here are some times when Less is Actually
More. This extremely creative yet simplistic business card shows all the contact information using
only an email address. Here is a really cool LED Clock by KIBARDIN
Design. Honestly, I was a bit tempted to buy this, but then I saw that hefty price tag of $219.90. I mean that’s crazy for just a clock right,
or is that just me. Still looks really good though. These are some really interesting beer cans, that show you the colour of the brew that’s
inside. The cover of the book 1984 by George Orwell. A design on a truck that reads the same way
vertically or horizontally. Shades by Design, Shades by Design. These are some really cool outlets when you
press on it, it reveals four separate outlets. When not in use you can push them back for
a clean design. These cleverly shaped UFO milk bottles from
MoloCow. I bet kids would love these. I mean I kind of do. A light bulb that looks like it’s not screwed
in. It’s kind of weird but it is clever. These are minimalistic laser-cut cover illustrations
for the Harry Potter series. Bonus they even glow. Unfortunately, the artist said they are not
for sale. Here is an oddly satisfying knife set from
Delgon. Too bad they are somewhat impractical. The triangle notebook. Both space savings and an awesome conversation
piece. This cool lamp redirects the light, to make antlers when it is turned on. A fold-out minimalist BBQ for space saving. I just wonder how easy it would be to clean
it. Here is a minimal Chess Set. When not in use you can put them together
to form a perfect rectangle for storage. This watch only shows you what you need to
know. Nothing more nothing less. New Norwegian passport design. They even have this cool feature that shows
the northern lights when under the scanner. A version of Fahrenheit 451 that comes with
a match, and striking paper on the side. Tesla model 3 interior with the only display
being the one on the center console. These at first glance may seem like half-finished
sketches but are actual decorative objects. Colourless skittles. These were created by Skittles in honour of
LGBT pride celebrations in London. There is no way of telling what flavour each
one is unless you eat it. Wine bottles, inspired by Homer and Marge
Simpson, from the Simpsons. Kub, a minimalist sink by architect Victor
Vasilev. This travel hanger looks really nice, I just
wonder how it would work since it’s a loop. I guess it’s more for a doorknob, or for the
hook inside the car. Here is a journal that looks like a silver
block when closed. A lamp that projects its own shade. Definitely more of an art piece than a practical
design though. This protein bar comes with no BS and very
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