Ear Hat

Tove Greitz and Minna Magnusson come with this crazy idea: a hat for ear. Now my right ear wants a hat, too…

Ear Hat

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Space Invaders Coffee Table

Space Invaders Coffee Table is the perfect fit for a geek living room. This piece of geek art is designed by Yoann Henry Yvo.

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Coffee Table Space Invaders is cool!

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The best cup for tea

I like to drink tea during the winter. So, I was looking for a nice cup for tea and for my surprise I found this one. Is not an ordinary tea cup, it is 2011 Red Dot Design winner and also it has a name: TIPPING TEACUP. At $20 is not very expensive but not cheap and already is on my wishing list for Santa.

The teacup has an unusual angled bottom that allows it to rest in two different positions. On one side is a screened compartment in which you place your favorite loose tea leaves. Pour hot water through the screen and allow it to steep. Once it’s done, simply tip the cup in the other direction, lifting the leaves up out of the water. The cup’s large size is perfect for cradling between your hands as you enjoy the warmth of your drink. Screen is removable for simple clean-up.
the best cup for tea

the best cup for tea

The design of teacup come from Finland and is made from SAN (thermo resistant food grade plastic) with a glossy interior and matte exterior.

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Whisky Chilling Rocks Gift Set

This Whisky Chilling Rocks is one of the best gift for a Bourbon and Whiskey drinker like your friend, or boss or ,why not, your husband.

Advantage of using this over using the real ice cube is you don’t dilute the premium whiskey or scotch with water anymore…

DB-Tech Whisky Chilling Rocks

Using them is simple:
1. store them in the freezer for at least 4 hours before use
2. Add 3 stones to your glass, and pour your favorite spirit until it reaches the height of 1 stone (about 2 fl oz).
3. Let stand a few minutes and then enjoy your spirit.

DB-Tech Whisky Chilling Rocks

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Mother Earth Motherboards

Computers are everywhere and each computer has a motherboard, so a World Map made of motherboards sounds natural…

This piece of art is made by UK-based artist Susan Stockwell and I like that he tried to indicate the landscape using colored circuit boards.

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