You know what’s better than waffles? Nothing. Except maybe waffles that have your own custom-made patterns on it! The Pixel Waffle Maker looks functions like any other waffle iron – you know, it making waffles. But the innovation in this invention comes in the 9×9 pixel silicon tray that lets you make custom waffle patterns by pushing its individual pixels in and out. Pour the batter on the tray and out comes the best breakfast ever!
After seeing a Vladimir Putin butt plug, is anyone even surprised someone made these? Online security service HideMyAss.com is selling Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-Un cat scratching posts to raise awareness against cyber censorship. They even went as far as creating an organization for cats carrying the same cause, called ‘The Pussycat Riot’, to stress their point.
Justice doesn’t need electricity to do its duty. With these 3D-printed Batman attachments, you can now turn a simple candle into a beacon of hope. Simply stick its prongs onto the side of the candle, and you instantly have a mini Bat-Signal in your home. We cannot guarantee though that an equally mini Dark Knight will arrive.
Why bother traveling light years to see the far regions of space when you can enjoy it from the comforts of your own bed? Etsy store ‘CBedroom’ printed out these out-of-this-world galactic quilt covers and pillow cases. The collection comes in seven designs, with each priced at $148.
Don’t have the heart to smash a cute, little piggy bank into itty-bitty pieces? This pig – or rather, just his bottom – is the perfect alternative for you! The ‘Greedy Pig Money Box’ is a versatile thingamajig that can turn any empty mug, jar, or container into an adorable piggy bank.
Four graduates from North Carolina State University’s Materials Science & Engineering department have found one way women could avoid date rapes: Get a manicure. Odd? Yes. Effective? Could be. Their product, a nail polish called ‘Undercover Colors’, could detect date rape drugs like GHB, Xanax, and Rohypnol. The wearer just has to swirl her drink with her finger, and if the nail changes colour, she better find help immediately.
This is the stuff dreams are made of. ‘Supersize Bed’ is a fully-functional bed with a headboard that looks like a large order of fries. Created by designer Cecilia Carey with Bompas and Parr, the giant fries can be removed to serve as huggable pillows. Yes, we can now show our unconditional love to fast […]
It looks like even cats are Apple fanboys now. Miles and Aimee Harrison of ‘Atomic Attic’ love infusing new life into unwanted iMac computers by repurposing them into beds for cats. By simply removing the monitor and processor, the iconic iMac shell becomes a mini home.
Why go diving with regular scuba gear when you can don on a pair of flippers that will turn you into an enchanting mermaid? ‘MerFin’ flippers is a product of a collaboration between Urban Outfitters and designer Kazzie Mahina. It’s basically the same as a boring ‘ol flipper – except it makes you look like you have a mermaid tail, which is like a hundred times cooler!
How humans have never thought of this design before is a complete mystery. Sydney-based company DM Initiatives has solved one of life’s greatest challenges: spreading cold butter on toast. How? With something as simple as combining a cheese grater with a butter knife.
For the first time in 65 million years, dinosaurs will roam the Earth – but this time, they’ll be on your feet! ‘Tricera Hi-Tops’ is a Kickstarter project that hopes to revive these majestic creatures in the form of sneakers. Created by Archaix Laboratories LLC, the hi-tops look like a triceratops, with matching horns! They’re […]
What sorcery is this? A washing machine that fits in my bag? Hard to believe, but it’s true. The Scrubba wash bag is the world’s smallest washing machine, weighing a mere 180 grams. It’s basically a flexible washboard that’s stored inside a sealable bag. Great for people who go to places without a laundry facility or who are too cheap to have their clothes serviced.
At first glance, you might believe these are ordinary terrariums, but they actually contain Sith lords, evil wizards, and turtle-stomping plumbers. Etsy seller Jacie Anderson-Coovert is responsible for these geeky creations, and in this exclusive interview, she talks more about her roots as a terrarium artist. [read our original post about Moss Love Terrariums here.]