Heavy Backpack had a great post the other day about camera lenses used as coffee mugs and calendars. I rather like this sleek zoom lens coffee mug concept posted at Gizmodo:
Found via ShareSomeCandy. schubLaden is a German furniture shop that combines magnificent old drawers with simple, modern frames. The results are stunning pieces of furniture “designed to store the kind of things that normally just lie around.”
Found via Pop + Shorty. With IdeaPaint, you can turn any wall into a giant dry-erase board. When I was little, I really wanted to cover my walls in chalkboard paint, and now I am itching to cover them in IdeaPaint! Amazing. And I agree with Pop + Shorty, the branding is magnificent.
For Christmas, I got a set of these Inanimate stickers by the ever-entertaining Fred, and they are tons of fun. Who wouldn’t want to put a pair of eyes and a mouth on every inanimate object in the room?
Found via SwissMiss. To a tired Beatles fan who enjoys a good cup of tea, the Tea Sub is nothing short of genius.
I want pretty much everything that The Spoon Sisters sell, like these clever Dress For Dinner paper napkins:
Bubble Calendars are a lot of fun. Who doesn’t like popping bubble wrap every day of the year? I have a 2009 Bubble Calendar and it is quite the conversation piece. You can get a horizontal or vertical 2010 Bubble Calendar for the apt price of $20.10 at the Bubble Calendar website.