Conventional traffic markers and barricades are either crafted from plastic through an injection mold or rotationally molded, which is something this conceptual traffic cone aims to change. Designed by Gary Clarke, the cone has a slightly larger size compared to existing alternatives but is crafted using a single piece of piping that has been bent into a tetrahedral shape. The unit is then powder-coated using bright metallic orange paint before being finished with a series of reflective paint portions.
The conceptual traffic cone has a hollow design that would enable it to be filled with gravel or sand to make it even more resistant to wind. The durable design of the cones would also work to drastically extend their functionality.