Clicking Kitchen Grip oven gloves is created by Brazilian product designer Anderson Horta. You can say geek now.
Petah Coyne <-- Born Oklahoma City, 1953; Lives and works in New York and New Jersey; Contemporary American sculptor.
MessyMsxi is an illustrator from Singapore who is now based in London. She’s a recent graduate from Central Saint Martin, School of Arts and Design.
Jim Fiscus <-- Known for his pioneering work integrating conceptual photography and computer generated imagery. Jim Fiscus has produced award-winning images for Levis, Showtime, Nike, ESPN and many others. Voted International Photographer of the year in 2006, his work has landed two Communication Arts covers and multiple articles. Fiscus was named #1 photographer in the United Kingdom in 2008 by Channel 4. A native Texan, Fiscus lives in the eccentric southern town of Athens, Georgia.
The work of Beatriz Martin Vidal is just plain lovely like the pieces shown here. More samples of her work on her website here.
Bajca is the new keypad for those who can not do without “emoticons.” Through USB connection, Bajca connects to your computer by adding 16 keys, each representing a “smile” different: each emoticons will no longer be defined by a combination of keys, but will last a dedicated button. New collections of buttons will enlarge the number of emoticons that Bajca will exchange on the web. The buttons will also be used to create jewelry to wear and show: each will represent our “emoticons,” what we feel at any time of day! Bajca, draft Adriano Design and developed by Progind , born from the idea to settle in ever more deeply our lives “virtual” with the real one. Bajca is the tool that makes “material” emoticons – digital translation of every sensation – making them suitable for real life, spoken, touched, worn every day.