Here’s a slice of pizza that won’t leave stains on the pages of your book. Francesca of ‘Inspirational Gecko’ creates felt bookmarks that look like tiny food slices.
The wallet of the future. Okay, that might be going a bit far, but this new bit of kit from Sydney designers Dosh, called the Dosh Alloy, certainly ticks a lot of boxes for those who like to keep money safe and not have a massive bulge in your pocket (if you know what I mean!).
Kazakhstan-based designer Nissa Kinjalina has created a clever lamp that doubles as an illusion reminiscent of 2D drawings.
How to make sure your roommate doesn’t take too long in the shower? You have them stabbed, but in a gentle manner, of course. Six years ago, London-based artist Elisabeth Buecher created a clever contraption that kicks you out of the shower using plastic spikes.
In celebration of same-sex marriage legalization all over the US, hobbyist Antzy Carmasaic decided that it wasn’t enough to turn his Facebook profile picture into a rainbow – he had to include everything else as well!
You’re going to have a whale of a time sharpening pencils and cutting stuff when you have these knives. Japanese blacksmith Toru Yamashita has created a collection of knives that look like different species of whale.
I suppose now you can call him, The Bark Knight. French artist Christophe Guinet, aka ‘Mr. Plant’, has given Bruce Wayne’s iconic Batsuit an organic twist by making it out of tree bark.
Israel-based design studio ‘Artori Design’ has come up with a series of bookends that are absolutely super in making sure your books are always safe and organized.
In his ‘Animal Cling Rings’ collection, self-taught designer Jiro Miura makes it look like cute little animal critters are wrapping themselves up cosily around your fingers.
You can hang your clothes on regular hangers in the wardrobe, or, you can splash out and hang them on this airplane hanger by Kolja Clemens.
We finally found out what tofu is good for! I’m kidding, tofu is delicious, but it’s not being eaten by designer Leonardo Talarico. It’s being made into a comfy (that’s questionable) chair.
When one guy got himself a brand new car, he wanted it to be absolutely theft-proof. But rather than installing fancy security systems, he came up with a cheaper alternative: he covered it in rust.
We’ve found Batman, and apparently, he’s in Poland. Game Over Cycles, a shop that specializes in customizing motorbikes, has built a trike inspired by the Batmobile from the Tim Burton films ‘Batman’ and ‘Batman Returns’.
Got kids? Then you’ll probably want the LegGo bike. This fun bike means your child can ride the same bike from when they’re 8 months old to when they’re six years old. And it’s all because of a very unique design that allows you to disassemble the bike as your child grows.