Here is Qoobo, a robotic cushion capable of wagging its tail like a cat! This new Japanese gadget was created by Yukai Engineering designers, who studied the behavior of cats and dogs and their effects on the movements of their tails. The Qoobo cushion is thus able to react to different caresses, but also to ask for attention or express its weariness.
In recent times, the Internet has talked a lot about the Dadbod, the contraction of Dad Body, also known as the beer belly. And now thanks to Dadbag, a collection of bags printed like big fat belly, there’s no need to wait for years to let your Dadbod appear!
Bubble wrap is not fun. Said no one ever. Are you one of the millions across the globe who love the satisfying sensation of popping bubble wraps? Now urban explorers can pop away the air filled circles street by street, following their paths.
The gyroscope has many practical uses (think land, air, and space) but this one will surprise even the most experienced physicists. Gualberto Elizondo has shared a video of a gyroscope grill and it has the internet drooling.
Artist Daniela Forti lives and works in Chianti, Tuscany where she produces these fantastic artworks of dripped glass. She refers to the pieces as “Jellyfish” because of their undulating tentacles that are formed by hand through a melted glass fusion process.
With her amazing vegetal objects, where the wood used returns to life, Brazilian artist and designer Camille Kachani imagines a world where nature takes back its rights. This series of furniture and everyday objects questions poetically our use of nature by asking a simple question: does nature really belong to us?
Here are the SpongeBob Toys, some explosive SpongeBob Squarepants figurines in tribute to the famous cartoon character! These SpongeBob art toys, made entirely by hand with polymer clay, were designed by artists Alex Palazzi and Cecilia Fracchia for a personal project.
Revolutionizing surfing with a very simple idea? Here is The Dock, an ingenious floating platform designed to allow surfers to jump into the waves while running!
Hammocraft is an awesome concept that lets you transform your paddles and canoes into floating hammocks! This strong and lightweight structure fits easily around your boats, allowing you to hang up to 4 hiking hammocks above the water.
We’ve got you the latest denim fashion scream. The “Detachable Cut-Out Jeans” designed by Opening Ceremony. This look-grabbing design is a part of the Y/Project.
What if you could make coffee with your smartphone? Mokase is the first multi-utility cover that supplies espresso coffee whenever and wherever you want with a simple system of disposable wafer makes your smatphone unique!
When it comes to window blinds, our options for something that’s truly unique can seem limited. But as Ukrainian designers HoleRoll demonstrate, modern blinds for windows can transcend their practicality and double as spectacular shadow art for your home. They’ve created panels that, when closed, create the illusion of glittering cityscapes at night.
It is known that people who wear bright colorful socks are more creative and successful, they know the rules and are willing to break them. And we believe that crazy socks should be delivered in more interesting and bright packaging.
No, these bottles do not contain water, but transparent coffee! Here is Clear Coffee, aka Clr Cff, a new drink imagined by Adam and David Nagy, two entrepreneurs who have created a system to produce transparent coffee from arabica, with taste and caffeine.
Your private sanctuary – in seconds. Inspired by kids blanket forts when growing up the Pause Pod is a simple yet ingenious solution: A private pop up space for dedicated for relaxation. It lets you create a private sanctuary in seconds, no matter if at home, on-the-go or at the office. Simply pop it up, sit or lay in and treat yourself with some well-needed solitude. Suitable for all your relaxation needs.
Dolce&Gabbana and Smeg join creative forces to create Sicily is my Love, a truly Made in Italy project where experts from the worlds of high fashion and design meet and merge to create unique domestic appliances that uncover an Italian story.
Cb Vinyl Record Art is a collective of enthusiasts, influenced by cultures and subcultures from the 80s to the present day. As unconditional lovers of vinyl record, art, design and decoration "We want to develop, through our project, an activity that will allow us to offer you our artistic vision on vinyl records."
Created by product designer Kosho Tsuboi, the Magic Calendar is made with high resolution electronic paper and syncs up with your google calendar. It can be updated both the old fashioned way or through your phone—the tangible calendar hanging on your wall will reflect any changes.
Maybe you blame your smartphone or your open office for the fact that you can’t concentrate at work. But distraction isn’t exactly a new problem: In the 1920s, Hugo Gernsback published a design for a creepy-looking helmet that blocks out sound and vision so someone can focus on their work.