Since May 2008, the caring dad David Laferriere has been drawing more than 1,100 characters on his kids' sandwich bags with a sharpie marker, without letting his kids know that until they pack them for lunch. Great father!
The Cheese Grater Kitchen Lamp is made by Dominique of ViolettGerbera, who is inspired by a lamp that appeared on That's 70s Show, you can make one yourself and have the finest, or coarsest, lighting for your kitchen.
Korean fine artist Yeonju Sung creates the Wearable Foods, a series of one-piece dress images. The edible dresses are made from ordinary foods, including tomato, banana, eggplant, spring onion, white raddish, etc.
KUMO by Manami Keiji of Sora Design is a tiny crib for babies inspired by the different shapes of clouds. According to the designer, "We designed a little crib for babies and were inspired by the different shapes of clouds. Named after the Japanese word for cloud, 'KUMO' was born. This little crib has the shape of a cloud, but is turned upside down." The light ropes keep the crib almost float above the ground.
The colorful world map is formed from Tetris bricks. In order to keep the map have the identical shapes and colors with the real Tetris game, the artist took great care to make the map, "creating this image was like playing the game - having to rotate and move the pieces in order to get them to fit in to the shape of the world." according to Stephen Gowland of KIACO.
Invisiplug is the first power strip that blends in to the look of your hardwood flooring. The power strip comes in 3 colors - light natural, medium cherry and dark oak. It is a plastic mold injected with wood grain printing and a color matched cord. $16/piece
Mónoculo Shop presents this original stool in the shape of camera lens. The stool is hollow, so users can use it to store their real cameras or other tools. It is handmade of Ayous wood. Available here.