Alberto Villareal and design firm Agent recently came up with three suitcase form factor that peg on loads of useful functionality. The SURFN, RIDN, and STROLLN don't just take a naming cue from Flickr. They promise to make the life of the red-eye traveler a little easier.
The SURFN is an upright wheeled piece of luggage that splits into two. The front part folds down to become a platform for other pieces of luggage, or a kid who wants a ride. The RIDN is a hard-case four-wheeler that doubles as a seat for travelers waiting for lines to move. Rounding-up the trio is the STROLLN, also an upright but which has seating space for a small kid.