Boasting a processor speed of exactly zero, the iWood is a playful laptop that actually happens to be a chalkboard. The chalkboard has been carved to look like a laptop, with the space for trackpad emptied out to hold chalk. They may be playing on Apple’s “i” moniker, but in today’s world naming something iWood makes it a butt of many jokes. Or I just have a dirty mind. Take the name tag off, and the laptop chalkboard looks pretty interesting at $60.
Photobooths are so last decade now. 3D printing is where the action is at. Japan has the world’s first 3D printing booth, where patrons can get 3D figures of themselves made, which in our opinion is way more cooler than the plain old photos. It does happen to be fairly expensive at the moment, with the price range going from $260 to $530, depending on the size of the figure.
Photographer Ernie Button plays terraforming, landscape creating demigod for this ongoing series he calls Cerialism. The miniature landscapes are made from various brands of cereal, and into gorgeous prints that you could own.
It would be safe to assume that some characters in Star Wars would have business cards for them. Well, they might not be the same like what we’re expected to see, but we of course can cast them in the same mold, and expand them to include some very interesting references.
A latte that looks so fantastic ought to bring a smile to anyone and be a great starter for the day. Kazuki Yamamoto from Osaka, Japan creates these adorable manga/anime illustrations on coffee cups and puts them up proudly on Twitter for the world to see, as should be the case for such wonderful things.
Love, sex and the technique is definitely an art, so we suppose it is only natural for it to find place on a canvas. South African abstract artist Jeremy Brown has come up with the Love Is Art Kit to bring the art of love making onto the canvas. The idea is pretty simple, you put down the canvas as a bed sheet, add some ink and roll on it with all the love making glory/art. The paint is non-toxic, washable and the canvas itself is non-allergenic cotton. Costs $60.
Nightly visits to the john might find an easier companion with Jonny Glow. Gentlemen, we shall not miss our aim, and there shall be no mess. Costs $13.
Reddit user edditorRay‘s roommate apparently has the coolest dentist who might also be a time traveler.
You may think of it in a lot of ways, but the nose shower gel dispenser just happens to be very appropriate. I generally do use my nose to keep a reserve of shower gel handy. Costs $10.
Cats, they know everything. Here’s one imagining if a cat wrote advice columns, and as is very visible, Tabby knows what he’s doing.