Screw key. Simple idea. Simply brilliant!
Christmas is coming! Hooray! And we have got our tree set up in the office, decked out in black and silver. The larger black matt balls remind me of the bombs in ‘Bomberman’ and I do think this set of Christmas baubles shaped like hand grenades would look right in place next to them. Kind of a nod towards our current world social climate.
By doing away with all forms of printing on the can, Harc Lee’s hopefully soon to be realised concept of embossing the Coca-Cola logo on its cans is simple problem solving at its best. Printing pollution is removed completely, and the cans are now more easily recycled. Plus they look simply stunning!
Muji is great for those simple ideas that makes you go “Why did I not think of that”, and here they go again with a really simple hole-puncher. Yes a hole-puncher,
but not one that does a hole or two, but four holes, spaced exactly that punches a hole so the paper could fit within Lego bricks! The endless possibilities are giving me quite the high! Well, if its not your thing it could at least help you create little punch-out snowflakes four times as fast!
edit: Turns out I was being over excited and the Muji hole punch does just one hole and you will have to use to template to line four holes up to be able to punch them out right., and we all know how accurate THAT will turn out. Plus way too muh effort if you asked me. Now we could just wish that they would do a four-holed version! Thanks stylembe!
I also desperately want one!
Playsam’s classic roadster saab. This toy car is based on the very first saab — sixten sason’s prototype 92001, measuring 94cm and weighing 10kgs.
High lustre black painted wooden toy inspired by the above car’s original prototype, measuring 22cm and weights 0.78kg.Read More
I just found my perfect camera, complete with a chrome finish, calf skin leather, a Leica SUMMILUX-M 35 mm f/1.4 ASPH wide-angle lens, a lens hood and carrying strap! Now excuse me while I go find the 20,000SGD I know I have lying somewhere.
I have just came across these beautiful Shrub Tables by Liu Zhili, the same brilliant designer of the Sparrow, Dove & Nightingale lamps that we featured a while back. I simply love how he exposed the screws for the legs onto the tabletop, making them features of the design rather than something he needs to hide. Seems like we have a thing for his nature inspired, uncluttered designs.