Your Additional Work
Here is a descriptive image of an exploded view of the Rampack. Gathering inspiration from the prominent bighorn sheep I designed this backpack. Bighorn sheep typically live near sheer mountain faces. Here, this backpack has the opening of the bag that is similar to a mountain face. Off-white and brown leather are chosen as the material and color choice for the product because they are reminiscent of the bighorn sheep.
A solar battery for the home. This is designed to do one thing, replace your outlet with one that gathers power from the sun. One of the more exciting qualities of this concept is that an individual could slowly invest in solar bit by bit until they have cultivated enough solar panels and batteries to live off the grid. Taking inspiration from retro radios from the 40s, this battery shows a grill and similar trim designs. Most noticeable are the side plugs that interconnect the batteries in series or in parallel, depending on how much power is needed. Therefore, if someone had two of these 500 watt batteries and needs to charge something that requires 800 watts they could link the batteries and plug the device into one of the batteries.
About the Artist
I am an ambitious designer wanting to improve our relationship between electronics and machines. I believe that improving ergonomics and the longevity of products will not only yield better products and services but a better lifestyle. Companies that reflect my beliefs are Tesla, SpaceX, and Apple.
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