I’m no fashion expert even by a long shot, but lip tattoos and lip art sure seem to be getting popular with every single passing day. In place of wrestling around with gloss or lipstick, you could just put on a temporary tattoo, with stylish looks and interesting designs. I can’t really decide if they are good or bad, but the sheer choice of patterns Violent Lips have probably means something could work just fine.
Microsoft have long changed the hourglass pointer, but most of us do very well remember the the hourglass pointer that used to appear when the computer went “busy” with a task. This salt and pepper shaker is inspired from the very same pointer, and will be called Salty Pixels when it hits the market. For some reason we fail to understand, the vendors have no pricing details on this one.
As weird products go, the butt mug stands right with some of the kinkiest things around. Nothing can say good morning better than drinking out of an ass-shaped mug. There’s one way they could have made this thing worse (or better, depending on how you look at it), which is by shifting the drinking point towards the a-hole. Pervert! Costs $13.
This automated candy bar packaging machine from Bosch gives a really enchanting view to candybar packaging. Maybe it is just because we love candy bars, or maybe it is because they present an incredible picture of cars on a highway.
Looking quite like the magic of tilt-shift photography, these images happen to be of a model airport. On display at Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg, Germany, this happens to be the largest model airport in the world. It also happens to be mind-blowingly detailed. It took six years and $5 million to get this airport made.
Dark side gangsters by Chris Gerringe. Another reason to never mess with the Sith lord.
Puny screens of smartphones are no match for the giant display of the YouTube theater. Created by artist Aaron Jones, YoutubeTheater is a guerrilla theater where users can run videos from a smartphone onto a large screen. Smartphones can dock into the theater that takes advantage of public accessibility of wireless networks to project media from the phone onto a large screen. The theater is planned at the site of a garage in Detroit, where the existing wall will be used as a projection surface.
Guss modular lighting system from designer Santiago Sevillano can have a number of shapes, you just need to have enough creativity to put its units together in the shape you choose. The light is made out of numerous urvilinear components, which can be separated, recombined, and mixed and matched to create the lamp of your choice, in the look that works best for you.