A unique table lamp constructed from cast concrete. It provides a warm source of ambient light while casting cool shadows on your table and wall thanks to its numerous perforations. Takes a standard 40-watt E27 bulb, and measures 8.25″ high by 4.3″ across.
Transform your basic black Apple Watch into a wearable piece of neo-futurist art with one of Joy Complex’s metal covers. They’re available in cast bronze or silver with a patina finsh, or shiny or distressed cast copper. You can find the watch bands shown over on Amazon.
If you have to wear a tie to a formal event, it might as well be a really cool one. We like these dramatic designs from UK outfit Dapper Jack, which are crafted from carbon fiber woven with kevlar or polyester, then lined with satin for comfort and wearability.
Paul Myers designed this replacement interior door knob which can only be opened by dropping a marble into its top. It’s made from 3D printed PLA, Airsoft and skate bearings. You can pick one up in his Etsy shop, Beta Things. We dig his business card embosser too.
FosterWeld’s distressed steel belt buckle features an abstract skull with a couple of screwy lop-sided eyeballs. But there’s a reason for the crazy hex eyes. The bigger one doubles as a bottle opener. Also available in a leather belt/buckle combo for $49.
Ideal for coffee purists, SmartConcrete’s wonderfully deconstructed coffee maker is made from copper tube with a concrete base. Insert the glass funnel, add your filter, and start slowly pouring. A cork base keeps glassware from sliding. Handmade in Germany.
Back in the day, we used to use 3.5″ floppy disks as improvised coasters. That was all fine and good, but drinks slipped right off, and they were a bit lumpy. These laser-cut wooden coasters seem like a better idea, and even have a foam back to protect your tabletops.
Vivid Delight’s laser-cut LED accent lights are wrapped in silhouettes of some of our favorite characters, and are very reasonably priced. While the Pokémon and Harry Potter designs are great, the Nightmare Before Christmas and Beetlejuice ones are perfect for Halloween.
Etsy seller EdwardStickerhands offers a wide variety of skins and stickers for gadgets in his shop. We’re particularly entranced by these vibrant vinyl stickers which launch your MacBook’s key caps into outer space. Available for a wide variety of Apple keyboards.
You’re gonna need a smaller serving. AviCeramics makes beautiful serving stoneware plates that use an open shark’s mouth for condiments. Use it to hold sushi, wings, veggies and more. AviCeramics also makes a matching stoneware spoon that looks like a diver’s dismembered leg.
Artist Jane Labowitch aka “Princess Etch-a-Sketch” creates intricate pop art portraits and scenes using those difficult to manipulate kids toys that we thought could only draw straight lines. You can buy the original, preserved works or prints in her Etsy shop.