Submitted by Bonthom on Mon, 03/12/2012 - 12:25
For roughly $116, you can own a transparent, neckless clown with glow in the dark innards.
Submitted by Bonthom on Tue, 13/11/2012 - 12:15
Tokyo’s stylish Harajuku district will soon be home to an unusual pop-up photo booth—customers will walk away not with photos, but with 3D printed figurines of themselves. The customer is first 3D scanned in a process that requires them to stand still for 15 minutes. A 3D model of the customer is then refined on a computer before output to a 3D printer. The figurines are available in sizes ranging from 4 to 8 inches. The 3D printer photo booth will be open November 24 to January 14, 2013. It is the work of Japanese creative studio PARTY.
Submitted by Bonthom on Mon, 02/07/2012 - 12:15
Tung Toos are sugar-free temporary tongue tattoos made for kids by Factory of Fun. They come in several flavors: Chillin’ Cherry, Sour Strawbelicious, Wacky Watermelon, Laughin’ Lemonade, Rockin’ Razzzzzberry, and Painfully Puckering Apple. Several designs are offered and they are available to purchase online at The Online Candy Shop.
Submitted by Bonthom on Tue, 26/06/2012 - 10:26
German vintage Volkswagen shop The Bug Box created this 1:1 replica of the Tamiya “Wild Willy,” a 1:10 scale radio-controlled car originally released in 1982 that was renowned for its ability to perform wheelies. To see the toy in action, watch this commercial for the Wild Willy 2
Submitted by Bonthom on Fri, 22/06/2012 - 09:00
Submitted by Bonthom on Thu, 17/05/2012 - 07:52
Submitted by Bonthom on Mon, 07/05/2012 - 09:26
The puxxle is a puzzle of 2x2cm vinyl adhesive pixels that one can stick on various types of surface. Pixel by pixel, you can discover the characters we propose or if you are of the brave kind, create your own.
The puxxle is born out of the fascination that two sisters have for games. From childhood on, Catarina Lente and Luisa Lente pass most of their spare time with puzzles, imagining characters and inventing games. With the emergence of the Spectrum, they discover a new world and later on, with SimCity2000, their fascination for pixel-constructions begins.
Specialized in Graphic Design, Product and Web, in 2004 they found the design company Yoyo. After years of work and many different projects, it is with pixel-projects that they imagine what it would be like to lift the pixelized universe from the screen into the real world. Composing in pixel is not solitary work in the computer anymore, but rather a game, a pixel puzzle, where both of them can intervene pixel by pixel and where everything is possible.
Submitted by Bonthom on Mon, 07/05/2012 - 09:21
That's different. "With the correct postage on it you can post anything! Fact! Write whatever you want on this postable Paper Teddy — it resists water and rips and still remains crisp and easy to write on with a biro. Record how you feel with messages and doodles, then send it on its merry way." "biro" — clearly the quoted copy above was written by a Brit so the statement about what's postable prolly applies to the English postal space more than ours.
Submitted by Bonthom on Thu, 19/04/2012 - 12:10
Submitted by Bonthom on Wed, 18/04/2012 - 08:55
56th Studio has designed Caricature as furniture, a line of quirky chairs that are fashioned to look like members of The Simpsons family: Homer, Marge, Bart, and Lisa (No Maggie?).