The amazing microscopic artworks are created by Moscow miniaturist Nikolai Aldunin in the eye of a needle! The artist works between the beats of his heart in order to keep his hands perfectly still to create the amazing miniature sculpture - 7 camels and 3 palm trees in the eye of a needle.
"It's past time to put the "book" back into eBooks. Made by the oldest book bindery in the U.S. to look, feel, and wear like an actual book." Four versions to fit iPad 2/3/4, Kindle Fire 7" (1st/2nd Gen), Nexus 7, and Kobo Glo. $45–$50.
Katana Bookend is a bookend that looks like the books being impaled through the heart by a sword. Actually, it is just two halves of a fake sword attached to heavy faux books that sit on either side—and blend in—with your own collection. Available in March: $30 here .
CTA Digital has recently unveiled their iPotty, a standard plastic training toilet with an iPad-ready stand so the little toddlers can answer nature’s call while their eyes are glued to a screen. The iPotty is on display at the Consumer Electronics Show and will make its debut in March on amazon.