Stellavie created the ideal poster for the caffeine addicted. Not only does it look great, it provides useful tips on how to make the perfect cup of espresso or cappuccino. In gold/black or black/off white. Measures 50 x 70cm (~20 x 27.5″).
Gereghty Desk Co. makes compact and adjustable wall-mounted desks. The smaller desktop holds laptops, tablets or displays at eye level while the larger desktop puts the keyboard, mouse and other items within arms reach.
Made by MIT Engineering students, Press Fit’s lightweight maple plywood standing desk can be assembled or disassembled within seconds without the need for any tools. Press Fit will also make a sitting desk and stool set.
VSSL makes compact outdoor utility kits. Its supplies kit for instance packs 15 tools – including a flashlight, a candle and a wire saw – in an 8″ long aluminum tube. It also has a first aid kit and an emergency shelter kit.
Aprons filled with culinary information, such as measurements, abbreviations and cooking times. They are printed upside down so that they’ll be right side up when you’re wearing the apron. Available as a full apron or as a waist apron.
A business card that folds into a 1MB USB drive that holds a hyperlink to your online profile, portfolio, website or more. It also has a QR code and NFC support. Its software lets you update the link even after you’ve given your cards away.
The perfect bookend for all your old cowboy books, this cast resin weapon is based on a vintage revolver, embellished with intricate flourishes. Buy two and have an old-fashioned shootout between the ends of your bookshelf.
Unlike most power strips, Conway Electric’s Extō was made to be left out in the open. Its outlet-style body and cover are available in nine colors. It also has a 12′ cotton-covered cord, slip-resistant feet and mounting holes.
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