The ‘world’s largest’ cardboard box sculpture (not a claim to be made lightly, there are people who check these things) was unveiled last week in London’s Spitalfields Market by designer Wreck Age Productions. The 30m x 8m structure was inspired by Starsky and Hutch’s iconic red car, and commissioned by Empire Productions, plugging a Starsky and Hutch video game, no less. A few night-time raids on neighbouring Tesco would have secured the boxes, we assume.
Games and augmented reality features for children sit alongside artificial intelligence features for parents, who can ask questions to find out about their child’s progress.
The winning entry of the product design competition will be awarded £3,000, while a further £2,000 will go to the university they study at.
We look at some of the most exciting product design stories from this year, including a reincarnated version of the Nokia 3310 handset, a touchscreen projector from Sony and a smart
The West Midlands city has been awarded £3 million, and will host a year-long series of events that will encompass art, design, theatre and more.