When we hit the skies, we travel light and cram all our stuff in the overhead bin. But we can’t fit more than a couple of days of clothes in our carry-on. Evil Tommy fits a whole month in his.
Live out your childhood fantasy, eating only the best part of cereal, the sweet, crunchy, colorful “marshmallows” found in faves like Lucky Charms. Pimp out your All Bran, or eat ’em from the bag.
Add dashes of your humor to your walls and furniture with Trine Andersen’s Sewing Kit WallSticker. The removable decal kit comes with 33 feet of dotted cutting lines and 4 scissors.
This waterproof notepad works with any pencil. Use it to doodle or make notes while you’re in the shower, outdoors, or even underwater. Each pad has 40 sheets – enough for your manifesto.
John Beck Paper & Steel produces dramatic, industrial styled furniture and lighting using (sometimes shotgun-blasted) steel, with a sprinkle of reclaimed wood and eco concrete.
Believe it or not, that’s a wallpaper. Concrete Walls are exactly that – pictures of concrete walls turned into wallpapers. There are a couple of brick walls and ones with graffiti as well.
You’ve got the glasses, now get the chair. Taking cues from World War II bomber planes, Restoration Hardware’s aviator chair is made of riveted aluminum and distressed Whiskey leather.
This Bulgarian triple-distilled vodka contains an insane 88% alcohol (176-proof). It’s sure to put hair on your chest whether you want it or not. The label even says “handle with care.” Please do.
Made by Tonio de Roover, East meets West are a couple of sofas made of steel, plywood, velcro and Persian carpets. We’re wondering how comfortable they are to sit on – or if they can really fly.
The cleanly styled Manhattan gas barbeque grill features a wood countertop, 2 separate cooking zones, adjustable burner, storage space, stainless steel grill cover and integrated roller wheels.
Designed by GonÃ§alo Campos, the Dedo message board lets you scribble, doodle or leave notes without the need for a pen – just drag your fingers through the artificial fur.
Mauro Canfori’s TEEbooks wall shelves provide support while keeping out of sight. They simply vanish once items are placed onto them, and the modular design make them easy to customize.
A family in Honshu, Japan live under a set of stairs, but not in the way you think. The stairs in this case also doubles as the roof of the house. The playful design also happens to provide good insulation.
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