This little boy began his adventures at only five days old. Called "Blackboard Adventures". "How we did it? Simple! We just made the drawings with real chalk on a real blackboard, like we used to do in school. Then, we took the photos of the baby while sleeping on a soft and warm cloth on the blackboard, right in the middle of his own story."
The Face Slimmer Exercise Mouthpiece from Japan. Haha. You just put it in your mouth and “say vowel sounds out loud over and over again” in an effort to “fight wrinkles around your eyes and help shape the overall look of your face.” It’s available to purchase at Japan Trend Shop. "the Face Slimmer is a simple solution to the timeless problem of how to give sagging facial skin and muscles that much-needed daily lift. Just three minutes per day is all you need; pop in the mold and then make mouth movements." "The movements are given extra load by the mold, forcing everything to work a bit harder and resulting in more youthful, vibrant faces" The above photo is a woman practicing her vowels with the Face Slimmer Exercise Mouthpiece.
'Table For Two'. The table designed by German designer Daniel Liss. "As one of the most important gathering place in the home, the kitchen table has historically served just two functions: a place for eating and working. The Table for Two aims to make transitioning between the two tasks easy by utilizing a series of folds. In seconds it changes from a basic dining table that accommodates six to a complete workstation for two fit with drawers and all!" The video after more to see the transformation.
The "Chain" bench by Kerstin Kongsted is inspired by the principle of the conventional bicycle chain. It is fun to play with and will acommodate your needs whether you are alone or in a larger group. It can be moved in a multitude of ways and is fully flexible.
The Exbury Egg will be a temporary, energy efficient self-sustaining work space for artist Stephen Turner in the estuary of the River Beaulieu, the UK. The Egg will be 'tethered’'like a boat and will rise and fall with the tide.
The Stayhold($13) is a smartly-designed plastic wall "that grips the carpet in your car and acts as a barrier to hold loose items securely against the side wall in your car trunk or boot." Good idea! Great uses include stopping your groceries from rolling around, holding wine bottles, football...