Created for The New York Times entitled ‘Desktop Dining’, photographer Brian Finke documented the depressing reality of lunches at the office, capturing employees eating in front of their computer, during a meeting or in the lunch area – simple images where the cold and corporate universe of the workplace contrasts with dodgy sandwiches and dripping pizza.
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You’re gonna LOVE this one – The FoldiMate Family is an awesome new handy home robot appliance that folds, steams, and even perfumes your clean washing in a matter of seconds. Users simply clip their clothes on the machine’s conveyor belt, which feeds into the folding chamber where a variety of garment types can be folded by robotic arms. The company will begin pre-orders in 2017 and potential buyers can sign up to be notified through the FoldiMate website. If you hate washing and folding clothes as much as we do, then this is the best thing ever – simply genius! 🙂
Promoted in this beat box-style video created by Ogilvy Hong Kong, KFC in Hong Kong have partnered with McCormick, the spice company that mixes their secret recipe, to create a limited run of edible “finger lickin’ good” nail polishes that come in the most popular flavours such as Original and Hot & Spicy. This marketing gimmick takes licking your fingers to a whole new level…WTF?!
What if your cat could actually talk? Presenting Catterbox, an amazing cat collar innovation that translates the meows and sounds of your beloved feline into clear English words and sentences. The designers of the Catterbox have analysed hundreds of sound samples produced by cats to help the collar translate as accurately as possible for it seems cats do not ‘meow’ amongst each other, but only to communicate with humans. Hmmm slightly sceptical here but hey, whatever blows your hair back – if you’re the type who wants your cat to start ranting day and night, then this is definitely for you. Happy Friday, everyone! 🙂
Created by design studio Secret Wood, these beautiful and unique wooden rings, that house dioramic scenes highlighting the beauty of nature, are created entirely by hand combining a mix of wood, resin, and beeswax. Every ring is completely handmade and bespoke, taking approximately four to five weeks to complete (with an expedited option) and can be ordered online. The end result is simply stunning – definitely our product of the day 🙂
Things Organized Neatly is a mesmerising series of photographs dedicated to the art of arranging and all the artists who enjoy creating perfect arrangements with everyday objects, true sources of visual satisfaction. Created by Austin Radcliffe as a Tumblr project before becoming a book, Things Organized Neatly: The Art of Arranging the Everyday is currently available for purchase from Amazon. These images feed into the hint of OCD within us all – a need to create order and simplicity from an otherwise complicated and messy world.
So just when you thought you’d seen it all, Party Creative Lab have created the Song Wig – a very unique bluetooth-enabled hairpiece that houses tiny amplifiers and is made from numerous earbuds allowing the wearer to share music with their friends. Ummm, ok it’s a lil WTF but pretty cool when you think about it although not sure how practical. We’re seeing Song Wig listening parties – gettin’ wiggy wit it! 😉
Tilt Brush is an exciting new application by Google that uses virtual reality to paint in 3D. This combination of art and technology allows you to create paintings in a three dimensional environment, through brushes of course, using unlikely materials such as fire, stars, or snowflakes – below is a great demo vid featuring street artists Faith47 and Tristan Eaton trying it out. The new Tilt Brush app is currently available for the HTC Vive headset. This is so very awesome!! 🙂