Does your work require you to relocate frequently? Do you consider yourself a person with sophisticated tastes, and do you have enough money to throw on your desires? Are you a member of the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen?
While Pac-Man and his family keeps on lapping up the praise – and coins – of gamers around the world, his brother Stap-Man has largely gone unnoticed, even though he’s actually useful. Stap-Man has spent countless hours helping the cubicle-inhabiting man, the equally unsung heroes of the modern era.
These office chairs are crafted from old military aircraft ejector seats – and they are awesome.
The guys over at Motoart took this seat from an authentic Vietnam-era F-4 fighter jet, and turned it into a cushy, padded desk chair.
GUIMagnets are small, flexible magnets with GUI objects on them that you can use for fun or to aid you in your website design.
Ostensibly they can be used to create a “website on a whiteboard” but that bit of copy should probably be changed to “website on a magnet board” because if you’re like me, you just tried sticking a magnet to a whiteboard as a test, and it fell on the floor.
Since the average work day affords so few opportunities to assert one’s ninja prowess, you can make up for that with these ninja tacks by Chromoly.
They’re designed to look like you’ve just gone through a fit of rage and thrown ninja stars at your bulletin board from across the room.
For those of you who confuse the real world with the computer world, these push pins are perfect for you. These Orbiculus thumbtacks from Art Lebedev Studios bring computer command buttons into the 3-dimensional world.
Each set comes with a variety of ten thumbtacks, featuring common computer dialog buttons, such as “Yes,” “No,” and “Cancel.”
Do you have too many adapters plugged into in your power strip? This decidedly Flinstonian piece of office equipment eliminates the need for electricity by using hamster power.
As little hammy pedals his butt off, he generates his own shredded paper bedding.