Jun 26, 2012
‘Spray it, don’t squeeze it! Stem is designed to allow a cook to spray juice directly from a citrus fruit. No longer do you have to cut and squeeze your fruit to get the juice out like a common cook. With only one finger you can now spray citrus juice on your favorite foods evenly. Let Stem add a little zest in your kitchen and on your food!’ Buy here.
Jun 25, 2012
Nintendo NES controller coffee table is made from maple, mahogany and walnut with dovetail joinery and mid century modern legs. This table fully functions as a Nintendo NES controller and can be used to play games with the glass removed. The cord is retractable from underneath.
Jun 20, 2012
Morris the Donkey hauls your memos on his back and displays a note, pencil, and anything you please in his clothespin mouth. He’s one handy side kick. Buy here.
Jun 19, 2012
Here are two ants you’ll welcome to your picnic or kitchen! Handpainted ceramic shakers are a whimsical addition to your table. Click here to buy.
Jun 18, 2012
Here are something that might tickle your fancy. Finnish art duo Mrs Katriina Haikala and Mrs Vilma Metteri developed a line of screen-printed ‘hairy’ undergarments. Check out the collection here. I’d love to see someone wearing them. Haha.
Jun 15, 2012
Spanish furniture designer Maximo Riera added yet another fantastic piece of furniture as part of his now famous Animal Collection (Walrus Chair, Rhino Chair, Octopus Chair). Love this amazingly detailed elephant chair sculpture.
Jun 13, 2012
Oversized cardboard hanger topped with a painted animal print from Urban Outfitters. Cute. Click here to buy.
Jun 12, 2012
Eye-catching tiny human organ jewelries by London-based artist Percy Lau.
Jun 8, 2012
Victor Reyes just dropped a quality limited edition print for only $60! Only 50 were made so pick up one, before it’s too late. Click here to buy.
Jun 6, 2012
Check out this cool transparent rocking bubble baby bed. ‘Bubble Baby from designer Lana Agiyan is a vacuum-thermoformed and blow molded acrylic baby bed, which was inspired by a traditional Russian tumbler-toy called a Nevalyashka. The transparent bed can rock in any direction up to a 17 degree angle, but will return to an upright position thanks to a 15-kilogram (33-lb) plexiglass weight center. The mattress itself contains a layer of buckwheat hulls – said to be ideal for babies because it’s naturally antibacterial, hypoallergenic, anti fungal, breathable, insulating and odor resistant – and is said to give the impression the baby is sleeping on a cloud within the acrylic bubble, allowing anxious parents to watch their child’s every move.’ (via Gizmag)