The tired mind often desires quick naps, but suitable settings are difficult to be found. Nature is always there for inspiration, and it probably the ostrich’s love of burying its head that gives this pillow its name. The pillow covers your eyes from the sights and the ears from the noise so you could have a quick power naps even at places noisy places like airports. Ostrich Pillow by Kawamura-Ganjavian is currently looking for backers on Kickstarter.
Artist 3ftDeep gave the neon sign treatment to famous superhero logos. They look strange, and interesting; how’s that pub going, Superman?
All flies do in their lifetimes is to irritate people and connive ways that would get them sick. In their afterlife however, the (then) inanimate flies can be put to good use, or better, Swedish photographer Magnus Muhr put them to good use. These images show a series of weird settings the photographer put the dead flies through, creating humorous shots with just a few touches of the pencil.
We’re thinking this is slightly above key chains in the hierarchy of key accessories, if one does exist. In any case, the pistol shaped key cover is good enough for a funky key makeover. Set of two costs $20.
This set by Margherita Fortuna puts famous quotes and references into a typographic print format. The style just adds more character to the already interesting quotes.
Given that a large number of the population has tattoos, not extending the same privilege to shoes would be something like discrimination. Yep, that’s how the law on shoe tattoos works. We just like the idea.
Ladies, let your nails shine in the dark by giving them a coat of luminescent paint. This could be either cool or awkward, depending on the situation. Costs $10.
We’re liking Wreck-It Ralph [trailer] with every new information we see about the movie. The movie is set to be released on November 2.
You thought Bluetooth headsets were weird? Wait until you find someone talking to their hand. Actually, that person might as well be me, because crazy as this gadget is, it is… interesting. Hi-Call by Italian company Hi-Fun is a Bluetooth glove that you can do the talking to.
We’re going to imagine these prototype shoes by Dominic Wilcox come in pretty handy after a crazy night of drinking, after which you have no idea of where you are and how you got there. LEDs on the shoes can then jump into action, to show what direction would take you home. Lights on the right shoe represent the distance that has to be covered, while those on the left show the direction the wearer should be taking.