Say goodbye to your butter knife, and say hello to a more fearsome butter-spreading weapon. ‘Spredo’ is a cleverly-designed butter spreader that makes your corn look like a tiny yellow submarine navigating your dining table.
Never be ashamed of your ulcer with maggot infestation or chemical burn ever again. ‘Boo-boos’ is a collection of adhesive bandages that make your wounds appear worse than they really are – perfect if you want to show your squeamish mother that you’re absolutely fine.
Your cramped apartment might not be big enough to have a pool, but you can have the next best thing: the ladder. Called the ‘Pool Chair’, this clever piece of furniture has arms and legs that look just like the ladders you find in swimming pools.
Seattle-based Silvan Audio Workshop have created something that will make hipsters go nuts: a beautiful turntable made from the cross-section of a tree trunk.
Meet Pedro the Shetland Pony; he’s a resident at the Ebony Horse Club in Brixton, London, and he previously had a problem petite folks can relate to: he couldn’t see over his stable door.
Created by design firm Duffy London, the ‘Woodsman Axe Table’ combines form, function, and manliness by driving four hickory axes into the table’s corners, effectively turning the tools into legs. Perfect for lumberjack business meetings.
It looks like Han and Chewie pimped the Millennium Falcon with some brand new audio equipment. UK-based Doni Latchford repurposes old Star Wars toys – specifically 1979 to 2004 models of the Millennium Falcon – and turns them into fully-functional guitars.
The Swing Bar brings any adult’s inner child out by combining two really fun things to do: swinging and drinking. Designed by Duffy London, the bar features 15 hanging chairs, all suspended from the frame.
It goes without saying that you shouldn’t sit on a hippopotamus – they are one of the most dangerous animals on earth. But if you feel like you really need to relax on one, here’s a safer alternative: The Hippopotamus Chair by Maximo Riera.
This is the Flow Hive, a revolutionary invention that promises to change the way we collect honey forever. Invented by Australian father and son beekeepers Stuart and Cedar Anderson, it replaces the traditional process of honey extraction by allowing users to simply turn a tap and watch the honey come out.
When Redditor ‘inexplorata’ decided it was time to get his daughter a new bed, he didn’t just get her a crib, he got her a car too. Sort of. Stumbling upon free Volkswagen parts on Craigslist, he decided to combine the pieces with a bunk bed he bought on the same site.
If you can’t drive through traffic, why not just fly over it? That’s what this drone ambulance concept envisions as it aims to improve emergency response times and save more lives in the process.
No really, we won’t judge you if you drool while sleeping – with a pillow like this, it’s hard not to! The ‘Sweet Corn Pillow’ by designer Weng Jie is a one-of-a-kind design that takes the meaning of ‘comfort food’ quite literally.
If a pair of skis and a bike had a child together, it would probably be the ‘Sno Bike’. Created by Venn Industrial Design Consultancy, the concept bike features enhancements that let it flourish in winter environments.
Now you have a legitimate reason to play with your food! These sporty egg molds designed by Avichai Tadmor will turn your eggs into golf, tennis, or soccer balls. Using them is simple: boil an egg, remove the hard-boiled egg from its shell and put it in the mold, submerge the mold in cold water.