Holding a mobile phone up to their ears for the entire duration of an hour-long call is the leading cause of wrist strain for mobile users today. Okay, so I just made that stat up, but doing so isn’t really something that people enjoy doing.
Designers draw inspiration from their passions and interests, and from random things that catch their eye. The former was probably true for jewelry and shoe designer Nixxi Rose when she came up with this series of to-die-for footwear featuring the likes of the previously seen Iron Shoes (inspired by the hit show Game of Thrones) and the Krueger Heels (which were inspired by – you guessed it – Elm Street’s Freddy Krueger.)
Some people can’t live without their phones. Others can’t live without their game consoles. Then there are those who can’t let a minute go by without checking Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. But if there’s one thing each and every person truly can’t live without, it’s water.
The weird thing about social media is that it’s not really that social in the personal sense. Sure, you can connect and message with friends and acquaintances, whenever and wherever they might be. But if you’re sending online messages to someone you could otherwise talk to on the phone or in person, then isn’t that kind of besides the point?
The World Wide Web is a larger domain than you can imagine. It’s a wealth of information, right at your fingertips – that is, if you know where to look. It didn’t take too long for people to realize that the quantity of data out there was so large as to be unmanageable without some method of working through it in an organized fashion.
Yankee Candle has been around for a long time. You’ve probably been gifted a candle or two from their various lines, which include the Man Candles which feature scents like “Mmm, Bacon” and “Riding Mower.”
And then there’s YankMe Candle.
“Donate energy to save a phone, and donate blood to save a life.”
Those are the wise words you’ll find on the inside of the Donor Cable. How often have you found yourself working so intently on your mobile that you fail to notice the fact that it’s dangerously low on power?
If you’re planning to spend some time in the great outdoors, it’s best to be prepare for as much as you possibly can. It’s imperative to pack light as well, because there’s only so much that you can fit into your backpack.
Most people head out to the beach to sunbathe, swim, and simply relax in the hot summer sun. Unfortunately, all good vibes disappear the moment they discover that someone swiped their phone or tablet or wallet when they weren’t looking.
It’s about time! These are LEGO’s soon-t0-be-released female scientist minifigs that include a paleontologist, an astronomer, and a chemist. You might’ve noticed that LEGO has many more male minifigs in their lineup versus female ones, so it’s definitely a welcome change to see them expand their line of female minifigs.
It’s ironic, but if you think about it, portable tables aren’t very portable. They’re bulky by nature, heavy, and they’re basically a pain to bring along to picnics, outings, and other outdoor events.
With this in mind, two graduate students from Tunghai University came up with the Napkin Table.
These days, the first thing a lot of people do the moment they step off the plane is buy a local SIM card. It’s the practical thing to do, seeing as the rates of local providers are better than the often ridiculous global roaming charges of your original home network – especially if you plan to make calls or send messages to local numbers.
Love music and LEGO? Then you’ll wish you did what LEGO-building extraordinaire Adly Syairi Ramly did with his set of blocks and twenty famous bands that you probably know by name and face: immortalize them using nothing but LEGO bricks.
Whoever said that food and fashion don’t mix obviously haven’t seen these dainty and appetizing hats by MaorZabar Hats. Granted, the concept is strange and a bit far out, but the execution is just gorgeous.