Tuesday, August 25, 2009

ROBOX

Robox is a series of 9 storage boxes for kids. My idea is to create storage boxes that are fun to look at. Instead of boxes with repetitive motives, Robox create big robots which can be part of kids play (my kids find it very amusing to build robots that are much taller than themselves and then knock them over while shouting super-hero stuff).
Each box is unique in print; each box has its own unique front, sides, backside, top and bottom.
The boxes can be stored on shelves. The shelves become "invisible" when all boxes are placed, creating a very decorative surface.


11 comments:

KRISTOFFER said...

Have you copy right your work?
If not remove and do not show it here. People will copy the concept and make the same thing.
Copy right it first. Manufacturing is cheap in China. Go google Alibaba.com There is a lot of companies available and they can provide quotes for your work.

claire sambrook said...

I agree. It's a great idea. Love it but be careful!

LouLou said...

Laat me weten als ze gemaakt zijn! Ik wil ze!!!

Anonymous said...

Cool, ik wil ze ook! :D

Nick said...

Actually, there is a clear statement of ownership on the blog home page. That in conjunction with the post date of the article establishes very clear copyright ownership.

Yes, someone may steal the idea, but posting the concept in a public forum is actually a good way of ensuring your ownership is clear.

P.s. I love the concept.

paul-fabian said...

wow i really love it
i really love such retro stuff
'3'

Renee said...

I came across your blog from a Lifehacker link, and couldn't stop looking through it :)

I'm subscribing by RSS now! I'm an "idea generator" myself, so I like seeing other people's random good ideas!

fistook said...

As a designer and a mom i realy liked the idea, i dont know how to deal with all the toys...
good luck!!

Erika said...

Har du sat dine flotte robotkasser i produktion, og kan man købe dem et sted? Min 5-årige ville elske dem!

asa said...

Yes, someone may steal the idea, but posting the concept in a public forum is actually a good way of ensuring your ownership is clear.

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