Introducing Todd Lawson’s latest invention, the Pet Sweep, which will your pets cleaning the house independently. Lawson’s animal-powered debris removal system will keep your home tidy & your pets busy. Here’s your chance to have some fun with the pet lover in your life by giving them a Pet Sweep Prank Pack!
Sculptor and designer Daniel Ritthanondh has made a ceiling lamp fixture inspired by the “barnacle” from the Half-Life video games. Link here.
The Pigeon Post is a kit by the LWA to send a plastic carrier pigeon through the mail. ‘Place your message in the supplied pouch, put the stamps on it, and pop it in the blue mail box on your corner! The bird will arrive at its destination to the delight and awe the recipient.’
If you can stomach eating food with an extremely detailed xenomorph, these chopsticks are for you. The level of detail on these is amazing and will make Aliens fans squee every time you pull them out for a meal. (It may make your dining companions grossed out, but that just means more sushi for you, right?) These unique chopsticks are 9″ long and feature high quality sculpts and color as well as the guarantee that you will not be infected with a chestburster by using them. Buy here.
These pieces make reference to Memento Mori, a theme often depicted in art and Classical antiquity. They are luxuriously over stuffed offering a Bourgeois comfort, borrowing from the look of Victorian parlor furniture. They convey an air of humour and of the bizarre. The chairs are old pieces fully reconditioned and upholstered. As a process this allows Sam to embroider a new history into them and makes each one slightly different. The shape of the chair allows the print to flow into the chair structure, giving a figurative character and seeming to personify the piece. The images are sourced from old medical journals. They are adapted and then digitally printed on Velvet. Link here.
BYE BYE WIND solves one of the main problem during a dining: the action of wind. This set of table and chairs permits to use also paper or plastic plates/glasses without that they fly in presence of wind through simple grooves in the table that block paper or plastic plates/glasses when they are empty.In the centre of table there is a hidden crushing bottles. While the chairs in the back have a container that works to accommodate objects of various typology (from cellular to tools). Designers: Marco Marotto & Paola Oliva
Very cute hamburger shaped memo pad that you could use like sticky, post-it, or note-pad. Click here for the link.
This bench was visually inspired by the feeling of floating that the main character felt in the French movie, “Le Ballon Rouge”(1953). In reality the bench is suspended from the ceiling by 4 anchors concealed by the balloon shapes. This creates the illusion of the bench being lifted by balloons. Click here for the link.