Taiwanese company Charm Villa created an amazing and practical piece of art – tea bags that look just like goldfish when soaked in hot water. When the color of the tea inside of the bag dyes the water, the goldfish tea bags become extremely realistic.
Alex and Nacho, two friends in Rotterdam, have come up with a mini ecofarm in a little fish aquarium. Based on the aquaponic principle, the fish in the tank below can help you cultivate the herb garden above by feeding it with their waste.
Two UC Berkeley alumni came up with unique headphones that fuse style, functionality, and sociability together in one product – shining Cat Ear Headphones.
“Flexible, foldable, portable, affordable, and 100% recyclable” – this is how a team of designers from New Zealand describe their new portable cardboard standing desk, which they call “Refold.”
Jerusalem-based designer Yaacov Goldberg came up with just a perfect teeny tiny multi-purposed tool – Clippa, the Leatherdos Mini Tools hair clip. In this little hair clip you can find perfectly functional three screw drivers, a ruler, a hex wrench, Trolley coin, and a cutter.
This clever car key holder, designed by André Rumann, serves as a miniature wooden garage for the accompanying miniature car model key chain. Put your VW bus, Porsche, Karmann Ghia, Jaguar E-Type or Beetle to its very own mini garage and you’ll never have to wander around your home looking for your keys again.
It seems that Japanese designers are not going to give up their solid position in coming up with clever yet simple instruments to create cute pieces of food. Today we want to present you this little piece of plastic –toast stamp - that turns any toast bread into unbearably cute little teddies.
Southern California-based company MotoArt designed an epic office conference table made out of a Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet engine. The company is considered to be the pioneer of recycled airplane parts furniture designs, but this innovative 12’ wide table is probably their grandest work yet.
Industrial designer, jeweller and blogger Mat Brown had an amazing idea for how to put some style into simple wooden shelves - he inlaid them with unearthly blue glowing resin.
Inspired by the urban landscapes of the biggest cities in the world, Inomata used 3D printing to create elegant shells for the little hermit crabs, which change their shelters as soon as they grow out of their old ones.
Waking up in the morning is one of the hardest parts of the day for some of us. The market is full of ingenious alarm clock apps and designs, but this coffee maker alarm clock, called “The Barisieur,” seems like it will make waking up as fast and painless as possible.