You’ll be the envy of your coworkers when they see this perfect portion of sushi pushpins in your cube. Pin anything and everything with these perfect little pearls of roe. Come on – it’ll maki your desk look great. See what we did there?
Who wants a boring old ball of elastic when you can have Suck UK’s Mummy Mike to hold your rubber bands? He’s perfect for those rare work moments of fidgeting or boredom. We like to think he’s Wooly Willy’s unfortunate cousin.
Not only do Nendo’s cubic rubber bands just look plain cool, they’re easier to find in a drawer, and will never get tangled up with others. Sadly, they’re only available in Japan for now, and cost about 10 bucks for a pack of three.
If you don’t need a bullet for your next mission to Mars, this compact Raw Brass Space Pen will do. It has the Fisher ink cartridge, for writing upside down, underwater, over grease, and in extreme temperatures. Come on – we’ve all been there.
Should you decide to buy this fancy carbon fiber stapler, you’ll then understand why Milton in Office Space was so protective of his office supplies. And no, its shell doesn’t make it more aerodynamic than standard staplers.
Italian artist Pietro D’Angelo uses hundreds and hundreds of paperclips to create his amazing collection of figurative sculptures. They kind of make that paperclip necklace you put together at the office look just a tad inferior, don’t they?
There’s no better way to keep notes on your bulletin board in check than with a team of pint-size ninjas. These birch plywood pushpin ninjas are sold individually or in a limited-edition set of three. We want 100 climbing our wall.
These tiny wooden crates are perfect for organizing pens, pencils and other small desktop objects. Each one is made from actual pine and stamped with FRAGILE, so you can pretend to be a delivery driver and toss them around.
The Zipboard is an ingenious gadget which lets you carry a compact whiteboard in your backpack or suitcase. It unfurls to provide a self-standing, rigid dry-erase drawing surface, and even has a hidden marker compartment.
Fill your head with all sorts of miscellaneous junk – or at least this desk caddy, made to look like like a human skull, and perfect for holding everything from phones and keys to sunglasses and candy.
Replicate your Facebook behavior in the real world by stamping stuff you enjoy with the “Like” badge. As an added bonus, the set lets you “Dislike” stuff too, which we often wish Facebook would allow too.