Who knew that by just replacing the sand in an hourglass with soapy liquid you could defy the laws of space, time, and physics and make it appear to flow in reverse? But that’s exactly what happens with this Awaglass timer.
Click below to see the video and how it works:
Producing every part of their in-house-designed furniture from their Melbourne workshop, Earl Pinto listens to the Australian market and understand the fickle nature of retail.
Floating Mug by Tigere Chiriga
The design eliminates the need for coasters.
Love mugs. This one is amazing
Koloro-desk / Koloro-stool by Torafu Architects
Koloro-desk: A place to ‘nest’ at ease .
The koloro-desk has windows in various locations. Its design is that of a small private room, where windows can be opened for a more airy, accessible feel, or closed when you don’t want to be disturbed. Lighting, potted plants and such can be added, and there are windows for placing the occasional ornament, hooks for bags, and a cord manager allowing PC use. Arrange the koloro-desk to make a study for Dad, a play area for a child, a hobby space, or whatever you would like it to be.
Koloro-stool: Complete with storage capacity.
Designed to complement the koloro-desk, the koloro-stool is shaped like a vaulting horse. Underneath the soft cushioned seat is a box for storage, ideal for toys and other small miscellaneous items.
Superhero Ice Pops by Vincent Vermeij / Chungkong
Prints available at society6. I like superheroes, that should be well-established by now, but do you know what I like even more than reading about superheroes? Licking superheroes. Vincent’s Ice Pop series brings us one step closer to this dream, but I’m a little disappointed there’s no Captain America, as he was *literally* frozen and I imagine tastes like freedom and Gnat-Zee punching.