When I first saw this picture, it immediately captured my eye. Lump of Coal Gift Box, so cute! These sparkling nuggets are no ordinary lumps but gift boxes embellished with paint, paper, and lots of glitter. Perfect for small gifts like earrings, a rolled-up tie.
Instead of fire or sparks or lighter fluid, the Looftlighter produces a wave of hot air at 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit to light things up. It can apparently get a fire going in as little as 15 seconds with the right combustibles. Unfortunately, the Lofftlighter has to be plugged in, which means it is useless for camping or the outdoors. -Via
“Share” buttons at our blog help us to promote our content. Now sharing content is as simple as stepping on a foot pedal to open the lid and toss the garbage. Share//Trash Can with built-in led live counter is a smart trash can that counts the amount of steps stepped on the foot pedal. -Via
Here’s an amazing art installation in Shenzhen by Chinese architects MAD. Like two giant monster footprints, a set of giant footsteps designed by MAD for the Shenzhen Biennale. It is a sunken space shade of a giant footprint, paved by pink EPDM material, functioning as a children’s play area.
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This cool christmas tree ornaments that is a word…f*ck. “Seems to me like the sculpture this ornament depicts is more fitting than the “love” version we are familiar with. ” The Fuck and Fucker ornaments are available from UrbanOutfitters. -Via
Interesting business cards from Barcelona designer Aleix Gordo Hostau. On the face of the card features his trademark brightly colord eyeballed globs, and information on the back in white using standard Helvetica font.
Andy Thomas caught sight of a monochrome Santa at last Saturday’s San Francisco Santacon 2009. It is a really amazing costume job. It looks like the Santa was run through a Photoshop filter. Awesome! -Via
Perfect for a tear-off calendar. An onion calendar was created, in which an onion was cut into 365 slices. A photo per each day of the year. Clever!
Pair LED lighting up with free downloadable papercraft plans, then you can make a cute papercraft Christmas tree for your holiday. The paper plans is free. Download the PDF and print it on or paste it onto card stock. “Cut out the tree and then use a hard object to score the fold lines. Fold the tree and tape it closed. Choose the LEDs to light up your tree and place them on your breadboard.”
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