• Wound-specific bandaids
  • Bluetooth, wireless 'boombox' for your cruiser... The Turtle Shell by Outdoor Technology
  • Moleskin luggage tags
  • This Whisk Should Be Standard Issue For An Astronaut’s Kitchen
  • Computer tray
  • Constellation Lampshade Projects the Starry Sky Across Your Ceiling
  • A John Handzo-designed slatted-plywood piece that takes the form of a chair, stool and side table with storage.
  • To Go 2.0 Thermo Cup keeps your beverages hot or cold in a design that features a nifty little button to open and close the spout and when its open you just drink as you would a normal cup as if there were no lid on. And it also features a
  • flat extension cord for under rugs
  • Emily Wettstein is a 25-year-old designer living in Brooklyn, NY who built this planter table as part of her application to grad school for architecture. The table is made from reclaimed walnut and steel with a removable planter that can hold a variety of plants.
  • Trakdot Luggage hands-on: find your lost bags
  • 12 Offbeat Designer Survival Kits
  • Instagram Camera Concept by ADR-Studio
  • Circular bookcase / David Garcia
  • such a clever design! spoon + chopstick.
  • Tent Sofa, A Transformable Piece Of Furniture With More Talents Than You Can Imagine
  • Pushpin Cork is a playful design by Kenyon Yeh that offers double duty. Designed for the Taiwan-based firm COOIMA, the multifunctional cork piece works as both a stool and a side table and will add a bit of quirk and fun to any space. The flexible piece allows you to sit on the smaller surface side or flip it over and use the larger one for a table.