Shower Tap Radio

November 30, 2006

The Shower Tap Radio has AM and FM bands and sticks to the wall, shower cubicle or anywhere you like by it’s ultra powerful sucker. To tune in to your favourite station all you need to do is turn the tap, (that’s why it’s called the Shower Tap Radio)!, “then to increase the volume, just turn the tap again???”

I don’t know what the last sentence meant… and it looks cheap (but at £9.95, its not) but its still unique… by being so literal…

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Mazda Nagare

November 29, 2006

Mazda’s design division has invented a new surface language called Nagare for introduction at this year’s Greater Los Angeles International Auto Show. Japanese for ‘flow’ and the embodiment of motion, the team was to invent a novel means of registering motion in vehicles whether they’re moving or still.

Foreign language to me… what I see, gills, ribs, dune…nice

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Fleece Dog kit

November 29, 2006

This holiday season, make some quick buck with your doggy hair lying all over your house floor. Mix your pet’s hair with wool and use the Fleece Dog kit to make a little versions of it and sell them to your neighbours…

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3Dconnexion SpaceNavigator

November 29, 2006

Manipulate 3D objects with an agility and precision unachievable with a mouse and keyboard. Simultaneously pan, zoom and rotate 3D images without repeatedly stopping to change directions. 3Dconnexion’s SpaceNavigator, SpacePilot, SpaceExplorer and SpaceTraveler have made powerful 3D navigation accessible and affordable (for as little as USD59) for 3D designers, architects, artists, students and enthusiasts worldwide. If that’s metal finishing down there, it’s really worth the dough and the new experience and the daily fondle…

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Note Table

November 29, 2006

The Note Table, a giant post-it pad that combines the two functions of table and notepad. Not for weak hearted environmentalist.

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kotztierchen stain camoflage

November 28, 2006

Lola, a messy eater, has somehow managed again to get a nasty stain on her shirt just before going out. But the fantastic ‘kotztierchen’ gives the stain a purpose by simply making it part of her outfit.

This is an excuse to eat like a slob… but what if curry is splated all over? Put more dogs?

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Contemporary Doggy Bed

November 28, 2006

Mija beds are crafted from 10mm thick acrylic and furnished with luxury faux suede cushions, filled with shredded ‘memory foam’ incorporating a wealth of innovations, these luxury beds are made to exacting standards. Comes with dining table too. The dog has made it.

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Maybe it can save some space. Print your name on a stretched rubber piece then release and it recovered to its original smaller size. The name card is designed for a personal trainer and it is difficult to read until it is stretched. Only those people desperate enough will stretch your namecard to read your number… A design mayhem or special? I wander if the trainer got any business after that.

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Sucker “Hook”

November 28, 2006

 

So simple… so rubbery… one piece molding. Pushing in the ball creates the suction necessary to become a wall hook.

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Tape Timer

November 28, 2006

 

There’s no need to hunch over and squint at the counter clockwise dials of an old-fashioned timer. Just pull up the measuring tape – marked with minute lines up to 60 – and watch it descend back into the timer, ringing as it reaches its destination. You can see from afar how many minutes are left with the length of the tape, and get an exact idea up close with the precise measurements of this aluminum accent. Imported. No batteries required.

I can do the same thing too with a measuring tape by locking it just a bit and let it coil back… but it really is a fresh idea.

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