The GloveBucket($49) is a square "5-gallon (19-liter) high-density polyethylene bucket, with a removable transparent acrylic lid. The bucket has round holes in two of its sides, which a pair of included heavy-duty rubber gloves extend through from the outside – the gloves seal around the holes." You just need to insert your hands into the bucket and play around with whatever it is inside, while staying perfectly clean on the outside.
Piano and Violin Building was built in 2007 to promote a newly-developed area in Huainan City, China. It was co-designed by some students of Hefey University of Technology and the designers of the company Huainan Fangkai Decoration Project Co. This unique house resembles a transparent violin leaning against a piano.
The cute cat ear keychain is not a toy, but are in fact a very serious defense weapon. When holding this keychain, your two fingers will be placed in the eyes of the cat and the face of the cat will rest securely in the palm of your hand. This keychain is made for striking at the eyes of your attacker or attacking any fleshy part of the body. $6
Baby Float is the solution for any parent or caregiver who wants to enjoy water fun with babies. Baby Float is a unique floating seat design in a safe and relaxed way. Thus even the smallest relax in the water play!
The notebook design allows you to disguise yourself and to observe in those situations when you need to be discreet. Equipped with two roomy eye holes, the soft cover features printed on glasses and a dapper mustache, because you are a fancy peeper, old chap. $12
Andrew McMurry imagined what a real life version of GTA would look like. In this short, Niko loses his all powerful cell phone and a random passerby manages to get a hold of it. He can cue up outfit changes, special powers, rocket launchers and the ability to ditch the cops. Can you imagine all the chaos you would create in such a lawless world?
'I've Been Everywhere' is a song written by Geoff Mack in 1959, and made popular by the singer Lucky Starr in 1962. In 1966 Johnny Cash recorded the song. But has Johnny Cash really been everywhere. Iain Mullan created an interactive map that marks every place mentioned by Johnny Cash in the song, “I’ve Been Everywhere.”