The folks at Custom SLR built the world's largest Christmas tree made entirely of tripods. It stands 17.4 feet tall and is made up of 40 tripods, 300 ornaments, 486 feet of garland lights and, of course, 1 Santa at the top. It took 14 hours to build, photograph, and then disassemble, and while the decor is being donated to the Salvation Army, the tripods are being donated to afterschool and other nonprofit photography programs.
Lounge chair Q1 by ODESD2, is based on Richard Buckminster Fuller's spherical thin-shell structure, which is used for creating the geodesic domes. The spherical shape of the chair provides the most comfortable and natural fit for human.
For the bike riders who have to dress formally, the commuter Suit from Parker Dusseau is a godsend. The suit is made to be breathable and even features zippered vents for when you're about to break a steady sweat. The fabric stretches to allow for a more comfortable riding experience and the pants sport a button cuff so you can roll them up easily and keep them from the devilish jaws of your chain.
On top off all the other features, the shirt, pants and other accessories even have reflective elements that can be hidden during the work day to help you out on your ride home after the sun goes down. Available online.