It’s official: Matt W. Moore doesn’t sleep, as evidenced by this double drop of two sets of 27 6″ x 6″ unbound prints, limited to 500 sets; choose from B/W B:5 or the colorful Alphaphont 3.0.
Craig Nottage’s G-1 Glass Pool Table is topped with an innovative Vitrik glass/resin top that simulates felt; it’s then mounted on a sleek, minimalist steel and aluminum frame.
Meninos Design (of iPhone Coasters fame) is at it again with Photoshop and Illustrator magnets; they include palettes, menu bars and other UI elements as well as a 20″-30″ photo board.
No, the picture above isn’t some perspective trick: Anthony Duffeleer’s Oclock is a giant, illuminated 4-foot wide clock with that can be left on the floor or mounted on a wall.
Kids, smoking tobacky is bad, but this gorgeous Narghile Hookah by Nedda El-Asmar is tempting to say the least; it’s made out of solid polished pewter and comes with a ceramic burner.
Death and Taxes poster creator Jess Bachman is back, this time with 389 Year Ago; it’s a slick typographical homage to the Obama presidency and African American history.
Hurricane Custom Billiards’ Predator pool table is a thing of beauty; it exudes cool industrial vibes with powder coated steel, maple veneers, glass rails and stainless steel cables.
The pen is indeed mightier than the sword with the Pocket Shark Pen, which doubles as a self-defense weapon; it’s made with glass-reinforced plastic and a screw-top cap.
There’s nothing like singing about Seaborgium in the shower; we like how this 71″ square Periodic Table Shower Curtain conveniently masks your subatomic parts as well.
The Kor One water bottle may be pricey, but reviewers love that it’s BPA and lead free, easy to keep clean, doesn’t retain flavors or smells and features an ice-cube friendly mouth.
Hardcore audiophiles take note: Aimee Wilder’s Analog Nights (available in chocolate or metallic) is decked out with tape recorders, turntables, boomboxes and other musical ephemera.
Not to belabor the name, but Ideative’s Socket Sense just makes sense: angled plugs combined with the ability to expand negate the need to play musical chairs with your adapters.
If you hate tangled cords as much as we do, these Flexicord Cables are a godsend: they remember their original coiled shape, allowing them to reduce clutter yet stretch when needed.
Let their be light … and sound: this SoundBulb concept seems a mite futuristic, as it not illuminates with LED lamps but streams music via Wi-Fi or bluetooth through 8ohm speakers.
Li Jianye’s iShelf concept is an exercise in anachronistic futurism; it’s a real-life version of Apple’s CoverFlow system, with angled cutouts that will hold up to five CD jewel cases.
If you happen to own a racing yacht (like us), you’ll want to keep a Bottler on hand; these ultra-lux bottle holders feature the same cardanic suspension used to keep ship compasses stable.
Want to keep your eco-proclivities on the down-low? This Solio Solar Power Charger features three fan-shaped panels that fold away; it’s good for charging your mp3 payer or phone.
Alright, so it’s not really called the “trouser desk:” Wogg’s 48 Desk/Table only looks like it due to a goofy-looking elastic fabric base that stretches as you adjust the height of the table.
Short of a toilet and a fridge, the Emperor Workstation means you’ll never have to leave your computer; it comes with reclining Recaro seats, HEPA filters and optional PS3. Thanks, Blake!
Made by the Loworks creative agency, Pair is a canvas-wrapped print mounted on wood panels with archival quality pigment inks; it’s limited to 20 and signed/numbered by Haruki.
With names like splined shaft and basic quatation, these Ruckly Engineering Glasses are perfect for liquor-swilling geeks who use standard deviation while pouring out shots.
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