Its tapered pointed blade and sharpened sides can break through the hardest – okay let’s be honest. You don’t need a $120 shovel. Just admire the fine craftmanship and giggle at its name.
Designer Keita Ogawa created these icy LED lightbulbs that look like they’ve melted into a pool of water. Unfortunately, you can’t buy these, but at least you can look at them and wish you could.
Thanks to its stainless steel blades, the Corn Kerneler lets you pluck all the kernels from a cob in one swift motion. Simply fit it over the narrow end of a cob and then slide it down.
Lockitron is an Internet-enabled door lock system that lets you lock or unlock your door from your phone. It also lets you share virtual keys to other people via text message, and is NFC-compatible.
(NSFW: Language) Next time you need to get the point across at work, replace those little Post-its with these stickies which are just a little more direct than “Sign This” or “For Your Approval”.
Designer Aeron Tozier’s hyper-modern furniture collection is crafted from composite carbon fiber and resin-coated brass. Quilted leather cushions echo the geometry of those modern materials.
Peter Bristol’s clever Cut Chair has a metal plate (concealed by carpet) with a cantilevered seat and 3 well placed leg â€œstumpsâ€ to make the chair look like it has just been magically sliced apart.
Make space in your man cave for the manliest coffee table on Earth. Designed by Chris Duffy, the table has actual axe handles for its legs, but the axe heads are actually made of resin composite.
Why carry when you can roll? Treasure Wheels are a pair of attachable braces with wheels. They’re marketed towards urban scavengers, but we all need to move heavy stuff every now and then.
We like our food spicy. We also like bacon. So what’s not to like about a spicy hot sauce, flavored with delicious bacon-y goodness? Absolutely nothing. We’ll have a side of bacon with ours.
Beat the heat with the classic Slush Mug. For those too young to remember, the Slush Mug has a core filled with refrigerant, which cools down most beverages until they turn into tasty slushie.
We can’t seem to find the pin on this bar of soap, cast from an actual WWII steel grenade. We’d advise against traveling with this in your luggage, unless you want “special” treatment from the TSA.
Nobody will mess with your lunch if you carry it around in this spiny, prehistoric leather backpack, perfect for punk-rockers and paleontologists. So if you’re both, you’re really in luck.
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