Uniquely designed suitcases and trunks that were creatively done by Sarah Jane Williams.
The front portion of the carry-on splits off and swings downwards, serving as a wheeled platform on which you can tow bored children or other pieces of luggage and also becomes a comfortable seat. Designer: Alberto Villareal.
MOVE-ON Suitcase Collection by AGENT. from AGENT. on Vimeo.
Here is an innovative concept that completely rethinks traditional luggage design. Called the Samsonite OBAG, it utilizes a diwheel arrangement to make traversing virtually any terrain a breeze. It will have no problems tackling snow, mud, cobblestones or even flights of stairs and saves you from worrying about flimsy wheels falling off. Designed by Rooz Mousavi, the OBAG is a brilliant implementation of diwheel design.
Take a stand against monotonous travel with Suitcase Stickers. Designed to stick to anything, they will draw attention to your bag making it easily identifiable and sure to make you some new friends.
Caution: Some of these stickers may cause offense to airport and immigration staff.
If arts and crafts were never your thing in school, then the Orishiki suitcase is sure going to bring up some bad memories. Influenced by the art of origami and designed by Naoki Kawamoto, this creative suitcase can be flattened and re-folded into its hard, faceted shell. This three-dimensional suitcase also features a soft silk interior and will keep all your possessions firmly in place. You’ll never have to worry about finding your suitcase again.
I though this was just a concept for the moment, but the Climbing UP suitcase designed by Woo Moonhyung makes dragging your suitcase around much easier. Especially on uneven surfaces or up stairs. Most suitcases use just a single set of wheels on the bottom, but not the Climbing UP suitcase. Instead, it has rubber belt tracks like a tank, along the length of its body. It just adds that extra little nudge to help you get a bit of a break.
We really know what it means when you have to spend 10 or 15 hours waiting on uncomfortable seats at the airport lounges. For travelers who simply cannot afford not to indulge their habits and whims, this thing was created: Suitcase-Turn-Chair, Suitcase-Turn-Bookcase and Suitcase-Turn-Lamp. Designers: Igor Gurovich, Anna Naumova & Eric Belooussov.
Marcial Ahsayane has designed The Colored Suitcase with an integrated whiteboard to keep your children busy during journeys. This suitcase has gone ahead to win the reddot design award for 2009. With its inbuilt whiteboard and colorful markers, this suitcase extends to be a colorful companion, especially for children.
Wait, what is she packing? Yes, you can see them right – the imprints of all kinds of deadly (well, OK, actually toy) weapons subtly showing through on the outside of these various art suitcases. While there is technically no law against this sort of thing you might not want to press your luck at airports with one of these offbeat suitcases designs.
Another couple of funny and creative Suitcase Stickers from Thecheeky.
The Henk Travelfriend doesn’t just show off your wealth. Its customizability allows you to show off your own brand of aesthetic. Purchasers may create their own Henk suitcase by choosing from fifteen different color and material combinations. Opens from both sides and features an extendable handle and retractable wheels. This luxury suitcase may be purchased from the Dutch company for $20,000. It’s the world’s most expensive suitcase.
A true James Bond fan surely needs the comforts of a home away from home. The Zuca Pro is the suitcase that really looks like it has been made for the road warriors. It functions simultaneously as a briefcase, carry-on suitcase and a chic travel accessory. The Zuca Pro boasts a built-in seat and removable packing pouches that stack like drawers.