It was destined to be. A while ago, BRC Designs released their awesome Binary Table (which wasn’t really binary at all). Now, they’re releasing a new chair that will match it. I just wonder how comfortable it will be.
This funky ceramic speaker has got a long history, which starts off with Japanese footballer/fashion icon Nakata Hidetoshi, whose Revalue Nippon Project is basically a way to marry and revitalize traditional Japanese crafts with modern designs.
I don’t know about you guys, but I’ve always found circuit boards interesting. Yes, that partly means “I don’t understand what the hell is going on here”, but I really do find the patterns mysterious and amazing, because a human like me designed this, and it’s this engraved soul of the computer that lets me check out cat videos on YouTube.
If there were a Church of Old Technology, these would be the stained-glass windows they’d have hanging on their walls.
Created out of recycled circuit boards by a guy simply going by “Dan”, they’re not actually windows, but give off the appearance of stained glass because of the colors he selected.
We’ve seen a business card that light up, and even ones that ask if you’re a person. But in terms of nerdity, none of those can come close to Engr. Ramiro Veredas’ circuit board business card, which he says has “more CPU power than the computer that led the man to the moon.”
ThinkGeek’s new Motherboard Ruler is perfect for science geeks, computer nerds and math dweebs who need to measure stuff. Each one is made from a sliver of recycled green circuit board, probably from your old laptop that died.
One of the best (and easiest) ways to leave your unique stamp on your guitar playing is by keeping a few really sweet picks around. Note, please, that this only applies to actual guitars–not the little plastic variety.
Next time you need to go to a semiconductor semi-formal (see what I did there?), you might want to grab a pair of these clever geeky cufflinks made from old circuit boards. But unlike those shiny new 2010 Olympic medals, you can actually tell that these were upcycled from old circuitry.
Cakes, cupcakes… things of the past. Relics from a ruined age. Now it’s candy, folks; if you want to make decorative, teeth-rotting sweets, it’s all about candy displays, just like this one. It’s the cutting edge!
One day you’re just poking along, handling all your business NES-style, running games, having someone blow hot air into your space, and the next? You’ve been torn out of your cozy little home and someone’s fitting all sorts of new parts onto your body.
If run-of-the-mill, every day profanity just isn’t good enough for you–maybe you’re the type who yells KRAF! when you stub a toe–then you just might be the target market for the Super Electrofluorescent Profanity Machine, which will merrily generate random four-letter words for you at the rate of one per second.
With the holidays just over a month away, I figured it was time to share this clever Hanukkah gift that I came across a little while back.
This modern spin on the Menorah is made from recycled circuit boards, and offers up a bright red LED for each night of celebration.