Virtual Graffiti for Graffiti Artists to Practice Their Skills Without Destroying Public Walls

Graffiti is drawing or writing on a wall or other surface in public, we can say graffiti is an art and getting more popular by days as people get fascinated by it. Unfortunately, most of these artists just can’t help themselves even though they know drawing on some of the public walls is illegal. Virtual Graffiti is a concept device to help young artists to practice their skills without destroying any public walls.

Virtual Graffiti consists of a beamer, four sensors as well as one virtual can. It works just like a projector, place a beamer in front of a wall and the sensor in each corner. The middle part of the beamer can be tilted to help you setup the perfect distance from the wall, its compact size allows you to carry it anywhere and work anytime you want.

Designer : Alexander Knorr

Virtual Graffiti by Alexander Knorr

Virtual Graffiti by Alexander Knorr

The great thing about virtual graffiti art is, you can save every image as digital file, thus making you to be able to download it via USB-cable to your computer for advanced editing using any photo manipulation software. The beamer also provides you with detail information of colors that you have to use in order to pain the same image for real. We really love the idea, this concept device enables beginners to professional artists to perfect their skills without having to make big mess on the wall.

Virtual Graffiti by Alexander Knorr

Virtual Graffiti by Alexander Knorr

Tuvie has received “Virtual Graffiti” from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.




D:Scribe Digital Pen Helps You Send Emails and SMS by Writing It Down on Paper

D:Scribe is a digital fountain pen designed by Reuben Png, a student of New South Wales University, that will allow you to send email messages and SMS from paper. All you have to do is write down the message by using the keyboard or keypad, whatever you name it, and circle the name of the person to send it in a more personalized way of communicating. You can access the previously written messages through a computer since the pen records everything you write. To express your thoughts freely, this device allows messaging through sketches which can convey your message beyond your words.

d:scribe digital fountain pen

d:scribe digital fountain pen


The human touch in communication is easily lost in today’s digital age. Hindrances to communication can include the interface of buttons, screens and keyboards. D:Scribe enables users to communicate with others in a way that comes most naturally, through handwriting.

D:Scribe uses a high quality writing nib befitting that of a precision writing instrument, as opposed to current digital ballpoint pens on the market. The nib can be rotated to suit the user’s handwriting grip style. The optical sensor beneath the nib is in a central position, as opposed to current digital ballpoint pens. As such the centred scanner is much more effective.

d:scribe digital fountain pen

SMS and email messages are sent via bluetooth to a mobile phone or computer, without the user having to take out his/her mobile phone. In a social context, this is perceived to be a less anti-social activity than pressing buttons on a mobile phone to text someone.

d:scribe digital fountain pen

Designer : Reuben Png




Bike Design by Marina Gatellli

The Zaha Hadid’s works with bold shapes, a minimum of structural elements, fragmentation, and fluid lines, has inspired this bike’s design. The designer chooses to use carbon and Kevlar as the materials to reduce the impact of rigidity, provide greater strength and lightweight. This bike aims at young people who love innovations and appreciate performance as well as aesthetic value.

Designer : Marina Gatellli

Marina Gatellli Bike Design

Marina Gatellli Bike Design

Marina Gatellli Bike Design






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