Designed by Mitch Steinmetz, the Remembrance concept is an elegant combination of a photo album and a coffee table, one where people can create new memories while preserving the old ones.
Looking for a stylish and unique way to protect and carry your MacBook? Silva’s briefcases are made from caramel bamboo, imparting a warm natural shell to your modern plastic and metal gadget.
A set of posters inspired by classic novels, made by various artists for Required Reading exhibit at Gallery 1988. There’s some seriously sweet artwork to be had for very reasonable prices.
Conceptual kitchen appliances made by Students of the Domus Academy for Electrolux, including a holographic cookbook, a trash receptacle that converts waste to energy, and a modular kitchen.
It’s certainly not complete, but this 18″ x 24″ poster is nonetheless impressive, cataloging 100 superpowers possessed by 200 superheroes and supervillains. Limited to 500 prints.
The Washington Post’s annual diorama contest offers marshmallow versions of everything from Angry Peeps to The King’s Peep, Inpeeption, to this year’s winner, Chilean CoPeepapo Mine Rescue.
Skate on the Golden State with Evil Goods’ California deck. Made from 100% Canadian maple, with laser etched branding and pre-cut griptape. We’d like to see a Wyoming deck or a Hawaii deck.
We know what you’re thinking: you wouldn’t be caught dead with pictures of sewer and manhole covers on anything. But these pillows by intheseam manage to look rugged without being disgusting.
Alex Crawford and Austin Nelson perfectly capture the spirit of the Rube Goldberg machine, creating the most ridiculously convoluted method of snapping an instant photo of themselves.
Want to make your place really stand out? Try the Subway Series by designer Jeff Mayer of 718 Made In Brooklyn. Available in different colors, sizes and in aluminum or wood frames.
Analog birthday cakes are so 20th century. Get into the new millennium and grab these dot-matrix candle holders that let ‘em know the celebrant’s age in digits. Includes 26 candles for age 88.
The perfect bowl for just about everything we eat, the Obol can keep your cereal crunchy, your pie a la mode from pie a la melting, and your cookies at the ready to dip in milk. What’s not to like?