The Sandbox by Massachusetts-based artist Justin Kemp allows your experience of working at home a special one! He simply put a sandbox under his desk. The design inspiration gives the best explanation about his unconventional work experience - "Surfing with the sand between your toes" and work at ease in the living room.
The Cassette TAYBLE is a wooden table designed in the nostalgic look of a cassette tape. The table has a vinyl label that is sealed and protected with a clear epoxy coating. Stainless steel cup holders give the tape dimension and house LED lights to spice up your party with the flip of a switch. The tape-run folds down to offer a practical storage space for remotes and magazines.
BBC series titled The Polar Bear Family and Me, in Svalbard, Norway, BBC wildlife cameraman Buchanan was approached by a giant 1,000lb, 8-foot-tall polar bear. Luckily for Buchanan, he was in a tiny Plexiglas enclosure. More clips from BBC.
They come apart and go back together in a flash. From the website: .............................. Get the convenience and style of chopsticks with instant ease of use for first-timers. What we love about these chopsticks is that they can be used separately — for a sleek look — or together for ease and convenience. Simply link the chopsticks and they will mutually spring into action. .............................. $5 CAD (Kitchen and Tabletop — Page 5).
Datta Phuge of Pimpri-Chinchwad, India, spent £14,000 on a solid gold shirt in the hope it will attract female attention. The shirt is woven through with 24-karat gold thread and complete with its own matching cuffs and a set of rings crafted from left-over gold. 'I know I am not the best looking man in the world but surely no woman could fail to be dazzled by this shirt?' he explained 'The gold shirt has been one of my dreams,' Mr Phuge told Indian newspaper the Pune Mirror. 'It will be an embellishment to my reputation as the ‘Gold man of Pimpri"' Mr Phuge said.
Streetartist Sokram's painting of a huge snake wiggling across the ground and finally intertwining through the house. Awesome! This piece is located in Ordes, Galizia, Spain. is horrifying but impressive!