October 15, 2010
Quite a while back, when I saw something similar to this in a shop holding a dummy handphone, in my mind it goes “yet another gimmick”. This show how uncreative I am in the imagination department or maybe I am just not inspired by the look.
When I saw this in Crave, I thought this thing is going to solve a lot of problems! The Spiderpodium consists of eight flexible, rubber-coated wire arms protruding from a rubber center. These arms can be bent and posed in pretty much any direction, orientation, or shape and will hold their position. Aside from your imagination, the Spiderpodium’s other limitation is the weight of the gadget being held, but again it depends on your imaginative mind to think how it is going to hold your stuffs.
Gonno get one or maybe 2!
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August 6, 2009
Woodblock post it note pad. 1200 pieces to inform your forgetful self or to your cold war partner.
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June 29, 2009
Pencil Shoes… makes your feet and floor colourful while walking…
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May 28, 2009
Novelist Koji Suzuki, author of ‘The Ring’ has chosen to print his novel called “Drop” on toilet paper. The thing is seriously being marketed as “Japan’s creepiest toilet paper”
The whole story is printed on toilet paper, takes place in a public restroom, and can be read in a few minutes.
Toilets in Japan were traditionally tucked away in a dark corner of the house due to religious beliefs. Parents would tease children that a hairy hand might pull them down into the dark pool below.
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May 10, 2009
Seat that looks like a big brush. Solid English ash top, supported by 16 bunches of willow canes. The canes bend very slightly which helps the sitter’s comfort and posture.
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April 18, 2009
A simple, practical solution for the mobile sketch artist.
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March 24, 2009
This sleek mini jumbo size triangular color pencil has a larger rectangular lead that is exposed along the full length of one of the three corners of the pencil. This pencil allow a fine point to be drawn or the use of a broader side face of the lead for shading greater areas. A thin clear lacquer coat safeguards the color lead exposed along the corner edge until the pencil is sharpened.
The new design design even comes with a matching sharpener.
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