1. Kamiai Chopsticks
Modern chopsticks with integrated magnets snap together for easy storage and transportation.
2. The Porthole
The Porthole is a simple, beautiful infusion vessel designed by Martin Kastner of Crucial Detail design studio. It can be used to create striking cocktails, oils, teas, dressings, lemonade, coffee, or any other type of cold infusion.
3. Save Paste
Innovative design eliminates the hard-to-squeeze areas in the container, minimizing the amount of toothpaste left behind.
4. Bottle Loft
Innovative bottle hanger designed by Brian Conti uses powerful magnets to hold bottles with metal caps. It can will convert unused space in your refrigerator into a creative hanger for beverage.
Comfortable hammock designed to be attached underneath the desk allows you to rest your feet while you work.
6. Melting Ice Sculpture
A Brazilian artist and sculptor Nele Azevedo has arranged 5,000 small ice figures on the steps of Chamberlain Square in Birmingham, U.K. in order to remember the men and women that lost their lives during WWI, including civilians.
Reflective fence blends into the environment and becomes almost invisible.
8. Soft Cabinets
These Soft Cabinets from Studio Dewi van de Klomp rethink the typical bookshelf or cabinet by constructing them out of foam rubber. Slots are cut into the dense material creating pockets of space for your dishes or books. The foam cushions itself around the object holding them in place. The more objects you place in each cabinet, the overall shape begins to change and the piece starts to droop, but not fall, slightly under the weight.
The GrillComb is a stylish way to grill and was designed with multiple teeth allowing you to easily slide shrimp, beef, chicken and vegetables onto the stainless steel teeth.
10. The Temporary Tattoo That Tests Blood Sugar.