Blu Dot’s Son Of A Bench is dripping with attitude, and not just due to its name. The frame is crafted from loops of hot-rolled steel, which are then coated with glossy black rubber.
These sweet limited edition Change The Thought posters by Chris Cox have a 70s/retro style; they’re printed on thick 100 lb. A3 paper and are signed and numbered by the artist.
Wellgems’ Steam Shower is the ultimate steam room–with the looks to match. This uber sauna comes with 12 back jets, a 19 hydrojet whirlpool, MP3/FM radio and dual shower heads.
German efficiency meets Art Deco styling with Krups’ Nespresso Le Cube, a compact but potent espresso maker with 19 bar pressure pump, large reservoir and cup warming trays.
Most speakers have to hide behind a black mesh, but Sonance’s Kayak speakers bare it all with two cone shaped coaxial drivers; the acoustic reflector in the middle is for accurate stereo.
It ain’t called The World’s Handiest Ladder for nothing — this 12′ telescoping ladder can retract to the size of a small suitcase, making it extremely portable. It supports up to 250 lbs.
Outdoor seating doesn’t always have to be teak or cheap plastic; Egoparis’ aluminum and vinyl Kama Dyvan has a slick modular design that allows for multiple seating configurations.
Simultaneously scary yet enlightening, Jess Bachman’s revealing Death and Taxes poster for 2009 shows ever more accurately and beautifully where US tax payer dollars go.
Beauty may be only skin deep, but Leatherman’s versatile Skeletool looks just fine in its aluminum frame. The 5 oz. tool comes with a blade, bottle opener, bit driver and carabiner.
Dizel&Sate mixes graphic urban and photorealistic art to stunning effect; they sell everything from limited edition posters and t-shirts to jaw-dropping wallprints (sold by the square meter).
Inspired by retro memorabilia of the 80s, Jonathan Ball crafted this super cool Ms. Pac-Man poster with Blender. It’s the same open-source package used for Big Buck Bunny.
We like the Halex Wireless Phantom Dartboard’s detachable scoring unit; mount it to a portable display stand to keep track of scores from the toe line. Handles both soft and steel tip darts.
Steelcase’s Airtouch is a height-adjustable desk, ideal for users with ergonomic needs. It can elevate from sitting to standing position in 1 second, yet requires no electricity.
You’d be half right if you think “Brunopasso” sounds like an Italian supercar: designer Tadahito Ishibashi’s espresso machine sports race-inspired gauges and a sexy, sinuous design.
Bertrand Planes’ Life Clock literally ticks along at a snail’s pace as it counts down the years (from 0-84). Unfortunately (or fortunately), we’ll never have one–only seven were ever made.
MartinBauer’s Tournament Pool Table ditches wood in favor of a metal truss structure with LED lighting. It’s not just for show: the materials are high quality, with Italian slate and German bumpers.
We can’t decide if Saeco’s Etienne Louis Espresso Machine is, in fact, an espresso machine, or a bad-ass, death-ray spewing tripod with medieval touches bent on world domination.
Coders and developers will love the Equation Bookshelf concept by Estudio Breder, which uses brackets, braces and parentheses as clever adjustable bookends.
The Sooloos Media System is a music hub: use the 17″ touchscreen to to choose tailored music “recipes”. At $13k, you can also sync up with your numerous beach houses and penthouses.
Luiza Barroso and Quentin Vaulot’s Oficio Workstation concept makes a space for those who are both messy and neat, by designating one half of the desk for clutter.
Pininfarina’s Xten Chair has advanced ergonomic features befitting its sporty heritage: lumbar support, adjustable headrests and arms, and synchronized back and seat tilting.
No, it’s not a military project gone awry–this Automower is a robotic, solar-powered lawnmower that does all the cutting for you. It even includes an anti-theft alarm.
If sitting down tends to make you squirm, a Webble may alleviate at least part of that tension. It’s essentially a mobile footrest that allows your feet to fidget away while you work.
Direct Designs’ Notebook Grill has a host of virtues that make it extremely appealing: lightweight design, handles that double as legs, and highly portable folding design.
The PICO Hybrid Radio combines both DAB, FM and internet radio into a splash proof package. It’s powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery, making this ideal for outdoor and bathroom use.
This Quadraflex speaker has a timeless style; it was designed over 50 years ago by Ray and Charles Eames. They’re for serious collectors only: you’ll need to hunt for them.
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