November 10, 2008
It's good to play with your food
[via Nick Wood and fabulously40.com]
Designed by Adam Goodrum.
Made from laser-cut polished lacquered aluminum plate sections with rolled hinges; rods are inserted to assemble the chair.
When folded measures 15mm (5/8" inch) thick; 25 folded chairs fit in the space of one open chair.
TypeNavigator — 'World's first interactive visual font search system'
"Meet TypeNavigator: the world's first interactive visual font search system. 'Visual' means you needn't know anything about what you're looking for — all you need is that image in your head. This system is unique in that you can identify fonts by memory alone."
Rain-X — 'The invisible windshield wiper'
It does what it says.
This way to karma
Advertising Agency: Rethink, Canada
Creative Directors: Chris Staples, Ian Grais
Art Director: David de Haas
Copywriter: Katie Ainsworth
Photographer: Hans Sipma
Retoucher: Richard Parkes
What is it?
Answer here this time tomorrow.
Designed by Yoav Avinoam who writes, "In an ever-changing world people are hanging their LCD TV on the wall."
"Suddenly the cabinet doesn't have to hold the weight of the TV."
"This cabinet, preserving the qualities of the iconic wood cabinet texture with laminated bamboo plates, creates a similar yet newly-flavored piece."
Trongs — 'Chopsticks on steroids'
Did someone say "Wild Thing?"
Oh, "wild wing" — got it.
From the Trongs website: "World's first fully functional finger-food utensil. Dishwasher safe up to 175°F for limited multiple use."
"... limited multiple use."
There's something to chew on... as it were.
No matter, they're in Wikipedia so they must be OK.
You could look it up.
6 pairs (12 individual Trongs) for $4.99 (food not included).