BAR10DER All-in-One Home Bartending Tool: It's packed with 10 essential bartending tools in one sleek design.
Edgeware Better Zester: It comes with a coating of nonstick that means the lemon glides easily over the zester.
Microplane® Grater-Zester: The grip is extremely easy and comfortable to hold and use.
Oxo Good Grip Lemon Zester: Its large, oversize grip opening makes handling easy.
Citrus Zester: It features a comfortable black composite grip.
Multi-Use Knife: This knife concept is by Caroline Noordijk; it includes three knives and other tools like peeler, zester and grater.
Chef'N Palm Zester: This little zester can be placed in the palm.
Citrus Peeler and Zester: This stylish citrus peeler and zester comes from Mastrad; one side of the citrus peeler can be used to cut zests, while on the other side is the pointed head that cuts the skin.
Kitchen Craft Citrus Zester: The stainless steel citrus zester from Kitchen Craft is the ideal tool for topping off your drinks.
Citrus Zester from Art+Cook: The zester incorporates a hook to cut rinds and carve designs for food presentation.
Zestnest Handheld Zester: The clever shaped zester is safe for your knuckles.
Edgeware The Better Zester: It comes with a rubberized edge, while the zesting bed is covered with a non-stick material.
Citrus Knife: The three tools in one Citrus Knife comes from Kuhn Rikon; it features a sharp paring knife, zester and scorer for making designs in the rind.
Sean Lenz and Kris Abildgaard’s, both San Francisco-based artists collaborate on this ongoing project titled “Neon Luminance“. The duo dropped high-powered multi-color glow sticks into various waterfalls in Northern California and then made exposures varying from 30 seconds to 7 minutes to capture the light trailing through water as the sticks are carried with the natural current. It also mentioned by the artists, those glowing sticks were collected after capture, thus no pollution was made to the water.
There are many artists try to create dress with different material, most usually, all kinds ofpaper. But “Wearable Foods” we presented today by Korean artist Yeonju Sung is something totally abnormal. With these outfits, you won’t have to worry about getting food on your clothes – you are actually wearing them. Beautifully, they are constructed entirely out of edible items, from tomato, to mushroom and eggplant. However, these beautiful outfits can’t last long – they will disappear due to the nature of food and gets gradually changed into the hideous state fading its shape and color in the process. The whole work from Yeonju Sung is try to deal with the actual reality and the made-up reality – unwearable clothing made out of edible material but no one want to eat them.
3. Spring Onion
4. White Radish
6. Lotus Root
7. Winter Mushroom
The Pen Sized Scanner: It's a ballpoint pen that works like a scanner as easily as it scribes notes.
Metal Pen with Level and Screwdriver: A level is in the main body, while the top holds reversible screwdriver bits.
SD Pen: It's a combo of pen and SD card reader, can accommodate up to 4 SD or MMC cards; unscrew the pen to show the USB connector.
Pen with Built-In Notes: This cool Post-A-Note pen comes with a built-in cartridge filled with small yellow Post-its.
Pen Fishingrod: It's about the size of a large marker pen at only eight inches long, opens up to become an aluminum alloy 4 ft fishingrod.
Telescopic Pen: It's a full-length pen and is as small as your house key and yet extends telescopically to just over 4.5" so you can write comfortably.
5-in-1 Gadget Pen: 5-in-1 Gagdet Pen features a pen, a minitorch, a pointer for your presentations, a stylus for those touch screen devices and even a bank note checker.
12-in-1 Multi Tool Pen: Hidden in the pen is a hole puncher, a stainless steel file, a short cutting blade, a flat screwdriver, a wire sleeve remover/small nail remover, an earpick, a long cutting blade, a tweezer, a screwdriver, a stainless steel fork and a saw.
Mini Cooling Fan Pen: The pen comes with a cooling two-winged propeller fan.
Multitool Pen: The 13 Function in 1 Pen features a writing pen, a hole punch, a short cutting blade, a long cutting blade, a wire sleeve remover/small nail remover, a screwdriver, a flat screwdriver, a saw blade, a file blade, a tweezer, a fork and an earpick.
Morning Cup: Designed by Damion O'Sullivan; the cup displays a sleeping face white on black. As you pour in the coffee or tea, the cup awakens to greet you.
Soup and Crackers Cup: This useful cup comes with a built-in container; perfect for soup and crackers, milk and cookies, chips and salsa, veggies and dip and many more.
Alphabetic Cups: Designed by Baita Design, the handles of these cups are made in the form of various letters.
Keyboard Coffee Cups: Inspired by the Apple computer keyboard, these Keyboard Coffee Cups are the creation of designer E Square.
Personal Fondue Cup: The ceramic personal fondue cups feature bottom openings for tea lights to heat your favorite dip
Floating Cup: Designed by Tigere Chiriga, the handles hold the cup up off the ground and appears to be levitating.
Tilted Cup: Cool cups can be placed in a specific angle that allows you to pour your drink without foaming.
This interesting levitating wireless computer mouse, called Bat, is designed byKIBARDINDESIGN Studio and currently in the stage of testing period and research market. The Bat is a set that consists of a mouse pad base and floating mouse with magnet ring. One of the goal behind this product is to prevent and treat the contemporary disease Carpal tunnel syndrome (Median nerve dysfunction / entrapment) which can lead to numbness, tingling, weakness, or muscle damage in the hand and fingers. Not sure is it really help with the design but the floating mouse itself is definitely cool and worth trying.
We love all kinds of wall art! No matter it is wall mural, wall panel or wall paper, as long as it can add add something extra to a room and make it feel a bit personal and special. Created by Pixers, the work we presented today is called “City Never Sleeps” which is all about life in the great metropolises. If you love those modern style and enjoy the city life, maybe these wall murals are something worth trying.
Nike Stadium Packaging: Limited number of Nike shoeboxes were transformed to house a stadium within by placing a printed sheet of the stadium interior with embedded soundchips. So when you open the box you hear the cheering crowd.
T-Shirt Packaging: Each of these t-shirts feature a graphic representation of a type of food or drink. These are folded inside vacuum packs, paper bags, plastic wrappers or disposable cups.
Gloji Light Bulb Bottle: A light bulb shaped bottle for Gloji drink.
Juice Packaging: Cool "sliced fruit" juice packaging designed by Yunyeen Yong.
Pencil Packaging: Designed by Kevin Angeloni, each pencil is contained in a thin glass cylinder topped with a cork.
Headphones Packaging: Panasonic earphones were cleverly packaged to look like a music note.
Oshika Packaging: A cute box to pack your gifts.
Milk Packaging - 2: This clever milk packaging is sure to get noticed on shelf.
iMaxi Case: The velcro-latched, advanced iMaxi wing design wraps around your iPad comfortably.
Duchess Case for iPad: Inspired by old wallets, this case is perfect combination of vintage and modern looks.
Keyboard Case: With this cool case transform your iPad into a laptop with a real keyboard.
Etch A Sketch iPad Case: This cool iPad case takes its inspiration from the world's favorite drawing toy.
iPad Extreme Sleeve: It's lightweight, ensures maximum comfort where it counts, and keeps your iPad safe everywhere you go.
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