Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

Shapes of Conscious is a creative experiment created by David Habben, a illustrator born in Oregon. The idea of the experiment is to start with a simple shape and then to fill that shape with a unique character. Here is what the author says about the project:

With this sketchbook, I’ve been challenging my creativity by starting first with a simple shape, drawn without the end goal in mind. Once the shape is drawn, I go about filling it with a character that develops a story of its own. The idea here is to get out of my own way, to let the drawing develop itself without forcing it into a desired narrative or purpose.

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

 

Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

RIMA Lamp Concept

RIMA Lamp Concept

An amazing lamp concept called RIMA and created by Matthias Pinkert. The lamp looks really good and interactive. Below you have the description from the designer:

Also see: Skinny Lamp by Sergey Buldygin

RIMA Lamp Concept

 

Based on the metaphor of a window curtain, tangible action has been implemented into RIMA’s design. Depending on how far and where the user draws that curtain, the illumination of the room will change. Thus, the user can actively decide the amount and the position of the light incidence.

The rings, almost floating along the light rail, put two metaphors in redundancy, aiming directly at the motor function of the human hands: drawing curtains and moving balls on an analog calculator, a “so called” abacus. A lit area is drawn directly by hand. Sitting on top of the desk surface on thin poles, the illuminant reminds of a classic neon tube in grasping height, giving RIMA a semantic touch.

 

 

RIMA Lamp Concept

 

RIMA Lamp Concept

 

RIMA Lamp Concept

 

RIMA Lamp Concept

 

RIMA Lamp Concept

 

RIMA Lamp Concept