When I arrive home, my first instinct is to empty my pockets of the essentials that I need throughout my day- keys, phone, wallet. The Butler is a nesting place for these few things, holding them in place until you venture out again. As you push your iPhone through the slot, you slide out a concealed ledge, and convert the Butler to wall clock. What a very clever way to display your everyday essentials.
These wallet-friendly, card-sized chargers make keeping a charge easy while away from your home or office.
Pluck it out of your wallet, flip back the USB charger, plug it in and charge! Smart and easy, a great combination for good design.
Oh, and by the way, this was a Kickstarter project that was fully funded, so you missed out on the crownfunded discount price.
What a clever way to design a cleaver.
These lightweight wooden knives are the work of FCRL [ http://thefederal.co/Maple-Set ] and feature a sharp polished blade for precision cutting.
It appears as if the traditional cutting board has evolved into this handled blade.
These creative face paintings by Daizy Design are a great example of face painting at it’s finest.
Using the features of each child’s face as a one of a kind canvas, these face paintings wrap the contours of the cheeks and eye lines very gracefully.
When it is broken down to what it actually costs to product coins from the US mint, it is ridiculous.
Considering no company would sell a product for $100 that costs $240 to manufacture, why are coins still being produced in the same fashion?
Among other things, this article suggests removing the inner core of each coin (in the fashion of a donut), sacrificing the portraits and sparing $58 million a year in production.