If you literally feel like widening your horizon, you should take a closer look at one particular suburb of Buenos Aires called San Isidro. It’s a beautiful, hip area where a lot of creative people and artists reside and work. For instance, Dreams Factory, a local company manufacturing sunglasses and graduated glasses. All hand made […]
We’ll admit, sometimes we just want to stay in our horizontal position comfortably while going on about the rest of our lives. Which means resting our head on the pillow while working on the laptop, reading or watching TV without straining our necks or eyes. These bed glasses by Skywill Far East Industries, which come […]
Blame it on texting and instant messaging. We’re so used to jabbing emoticons out on our phones — but we can’t be bothered to move a muscle on our face. This is precisely why Etsy seller Tim Saylor’s Look of Disapproval glasses are great. You can show your utmost disapproval with virtually no facial exertion.
Humans can tell instinctively whether other people are ill or embarrassed by observing their skin – whether it’s displaying a greenish pallor or a rosy blush. Doctors and scientists can notice more subtle effects caused by variations in the oxygenation of the blood. n innovative startup has now translated that knowledge into special filtered glasses called O2Amps that may have applications ranging from medicine to law enforcement to dating.
Everyone loves a good dress up, and sometimes, less is more. On a summer holiday across the US and Europe, two Aussie blokes developed an idea that came purely from having too much fun in the sun. Glasses with Moustaches are the first cab off the rank in the range and we were lucky enough to have Swaggers launch unofficially at the Lost At E Minor party. Let’s just say they were a hilarious hit, but we’ll let the photos speak for themselves.
Paris-based Belarusian designer Dzmitry Samal is really messing with our weakness for pixel art with these awesome glasses that are too cool for school. Of course, if we didn’t play so many pixelated video games, we might not need these glasses.