Clean up your act with element number 92, Uranium. This periodic table-inspired soap bar not only teaches you a science lesson, but it emits a “radioactive” glow when the lights go down.
Inspired by WWII letters, this durable oil-cloth sleeve for 15″ laptops looks like a weathered envelope. Each sleeve even comes with a 1930’s – 1940’s era European or American stamp.
These limited-edition truffles are the perfect gift for the guy with good taste, and a taste for chocolate. Exotic flavors include black truffle, Guinness stout, Macallan whiskey and black sesame + wasabi.
Combining a work desk for your laptop with an audiophile-grade, room-filling 7-speaker, 120-watt sound system, the La Boite Concept LD 120 is a real thing, despite the “concept” in its name.
We’re rubbing our eyes over here after watching this brief video about a dude and his chair, which has been made portable in the coolest way. Now though, we want to see him sit on it.
Calling this desk unique would simply not suffice. Its balustrade is made of hand-turned solid elm, while the desk surface are elm timbers reclaimed from 19th-century courtyard floors and doors.
Leather Head’s Melzer’s Boxing Club Chromexcel Medicine Ball’s rugged and manly shell will make you want to work out. Made of Chromexcel leather, it weighs 12.1 lbs and has an 11.5″ diameter.
Inspired by cult classic The Big Lebowski, a representation of the zen-like senselessness of the movie. The perfect rug for your man cave, dorm room or wherever you and your dudes abide.
Christoph Thetard’s concept kitchen removes all need for electricity, powering kitchen appliances with a pedal-powered flywheel. It can blend, chop, grind coffee, and beat eggs at up to 10,000 RPM.
What kind of house will $500,000 buy you? In Tokyo, you could get a three-story house. On a 30 sq.m. lot, that is. Fuyuhito Moriya’s house was built on what used to be parking space for a single car.
Based on the specs of a 1930s postal sorting desk from France, this all-in-one office has a built-in leather seat that pivots underneath, and 25 assorted cubbies for holding your assorted stuff.
Instead of featuring sexy women or landscapes, Alex Griendling’s calendar nerds up, naming time travel-related incidents from video games, TV shows, and movies for each month.
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