Cured to perfection in graveyards, this zombie jerky has a sickly greenish-blue hue. It’s made in Japan, but might be a hit Russia as well – because in Russia, you eat zombies. Are we right or what?
The next time your friends come over for dinner, show some respect and wear one of these. There are four variants, so be sure to choose the one that matches your shirt. Or your bare chest.
This playful mirror eschews feet and inches in favor of celebrities. Now you can brag that you’re as tall as Muhammad Ali. If you’re short, just say you have something in common with Bruce Lee.
Functional headphones with padding wrapped in camo print. Cox & Cox filed it under the kids section, but who says we can’t rock these too? We’re not expecting great sound quality though.
This unusual concept timepiece gradually reveals the current time with tactile, dimensional digits for each hour emerging from behind a cloth face. No minute display, but the general idea is cool.
Despite the nefarious name, it’s not hard to think of good – or at least – harmless ways of using the items included in this stash. Just think of it as an emergency kit. With a ski mask included.
Anti-Theft Lunch Bags have mold-like marks, protecting your food by making it unattractive to would-be pilferers. They’re sold out right now, but you can still place a reservation.
Welcoming and threatening all at once, this cast iron sign adds a touch of humor and charm to any door or wall. It will be equally at home in a bar or on the entrance to your house.
Experience the cozy warmth of a tiny bonfire on your desk or dining table with Gido Wahrmann’s Slate Tabletop Fireplace, two 7.5-inch stainless steel oil lamps anchored to a slate base.
The gel ink in this pen was developed by KGB scientists during the Cold War. The ink starts to fade minutes after it’s used and will completely vanish within 48 hours. Perfect for contracts.
The Petiole Hammock is handmade in Sweden and features a curved stainless pole from which both ends of the bed hang. The sheer canopy blocks up to 86% of UV rays but still allows for skygazing.
Assuming you’ve got lots of junk mail to recycle, Voos Furniture’s Papervore table is a stylish and eco-friendly way to dispose of your excess paper, without taking up extra space in your living room.
CAPRON Designs’ “Rocks” are shiny stainless steel cubes you can chill, then float in your beverage in place of ice, keeping your drinks cool, without melting and diluting your precious booze.
Valentina Trimani’s brilliantly simple concept design combines the utility of a bookmark with low-voltage OLED illumination, so you can read your books while lying in the darkness of your bedroom.
Japan’s Shimizu Corporation recently unveiled plans for a self sufficient floating ecotopia covered in vegetation that generates its own power, grows food, manages waste and provides clean water.
Audio-Technica’s ATH-CKS90NC noise-canceling earphones can block out up to -22dB of noise. The noise canceling function runs on a single AAA battery for up to 50 hours of sweet aural nirvana.
Hey! Watch where you’re pointing that cup of coffee! Show them you really mean business in your next meeting when you walk in carrying your cup of joe in one of these.
Just as all buildings must have emergency exits, all restrooms must have emergency toilet rolls. Make sure to install it where it can easily be seen and accessed to prevent full-blown disasters.