15 Amazing Designers Who Deserve To Be Awarded

It's the kind of things you see that makes you wonder why you've never seen it before.

#1 “Safety glasses” that I made for my wife's Optometry office.

Even those lenses seem thinner than what I'm wearing now.
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#2 This ramp for bikes.

Yeah it's quite standard, most European countries have these all over the place.
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#3 I took a photo of a beautiful wall design.

This rainbow wall design is a feast for the eyes.
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#4 This cover for Silicon Valley DVD.

It's pure genius.
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#5 Nail polish bottle has a swatch of the colour attached to the bottle so you can see how the colour looks on you.

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#6 It took a while but the geometric doghouse is finished and my dog is happy with it!

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#7 Book benches in Bulgaria.

This seems cute design.
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#8 Wet Floor sign at Rare, creator of the Donkey Kong Country series.

These are also the wet floor signs at Jamba juice.
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#9 An Itsukushima Shinto Shrine appears on the dish when sauce is poured on it.

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#10 My dustpan brush is a violin.

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#11 My empanada says what meat is inside.

This genius who labels what filling is in each empanada.
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#12 I made a coffee table for my Lego Millennium Falcon.

This is pretty cool.
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#13 You can "light" and "extinguish" the flames on the menorah.

They light the candles wrong, it’s driving me crazy! It goes right to left.
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#14 This dank bird scissors.

Almost time for my yearly rewatch.
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#15 Space Exploration monument in Moscow. 100m tall.

I didn’t believe this was 100m so I looked it up and it’s actually 110m.
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#16 This side table designed specifically for these books.

Taking care to design a bespoke item for specific books, presumably to show off some favorite or cherished books... and not turning all the books the right way.
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