Apr 24, 2012
If you’ve ever flown paper airplanes, then you know where they all eventually land – yes, wedged under your door. Last Stop Paper Airplane Doorstop appears to be a crisply folded paper, but it’s actually amazingly strong and made of durable EVA plastic. Just the thing to put your doors on hold! Click here to buy.
Apr 23, 2012
A series of contemporary coffins and urns by Jacob Jensen Design working alongside coffin manufacturer Tommerup Kister. Click here for the link.
Apr 20, 2012
Photojojo’s Camera Lingo Necklaces feature laser-cut acrylic words and symbols on an 18″ silver chain. Designed by a graphic designer/photog, the lightweight plastic icons have the kind of sharp angles and crisp edges you only get from lasers. It comes in 4 designs: JPEG, CR2, NEF, and a no-flash symbol. Perfect gift for photo geeks.
Apr 19, 2012
Funny birthday cards by 9SpotMonk. Very cool stuff. Click here to buy.
Apr 18, 2012
The Deglon Meeting Knife Set is practical, durable and a work of art. Designed by Mia Schmallenbach and produced by Deglon, it won first prize in the 5th European Cutlery Design Award. This lovely set is made of high quality stainless steel and seemingly appears to be created from a single block of stainless steel. Each knife nests within the set. To remove each knife, simply press down near the tip of the blade and life knife away by the handle.
Apr 17, 2012
Love this iPad Docking Station designed by Scott Eaton called Venus of Cupertino. Found here. (Thank you Jayson for the link)
Apr 16, 2012
Consents are cube wooden electrical sockets by Koichi Futatsumata, the founder of CASE-REAL in Japan. Click here for the link.
Apr 16, 2012
This bench is designed by furniture and product design studio Dialogue Method. It is inspired by range of mountains in Korea. Looks goodness.
Apr 12, 2012
The repetitive geometrical shape of Infinity Aquarium creates a visual metaphor to life in the fish bowl. Hand crafted from cut glass, Infinity Aquarium scales down a vast concept of time and space.
Apr 12, 2012
If you’ve ever spent half an hour in front of a mirror trying to tie a real tie, you know how tempting those clip-on models can be. But unless you happen to be 7 years old, you probably don’t want to get caught wearing one. So to make the process of tying a real one easier, the How Tie (designed by Dima Komissarov and made from 100% silk twill) includes easy to follow instructions on the tie itself. That way when you’re standing in front of a mirror you don’t have to keep glancing down at your laptop to see the instructions you’ve downloaded, since they’ll be staring you right in the face.