If you don't want to leap over barrels while looking for a cool place to stash all of your retro video game stuff, consider this Donkey Kong shelving unit from designer Igor Chak, styled to look just like the screen layout in the original Donkey Kong.
Like floppy disks and CDs before it, everybody has a mound of flash drives lying around the home. Wouldn't it be great if you could connect all of those low-capacity drives to create one mega large-capacity one? The Uniting U Disk concept is that future.
Being the fans of technology that we are, we're not easily impressed by any ol' brush painting. "Paint with light or go home," I always say. Brian Matthew Hart took light painting to the next level by creating these gigantic mosaics out of hundreds of individual exposures. The results, as you can see, are spectacular, and they look way better when you see them at a larger size.
It's Monday morning, which means the glory days of the weekend are behind us, which means we're staring down the tunnel of another work week. What's the first thought on our mind? Reaching for that pillow again and hitting snooze. Alas.
I loved hermit crabs as a kid and always wondered what they looked like inside of those shells. Now I finally get to see them thanks to glass shells. A glass blower has created a line of glass shell habitats for hermit crabs and it looks like the little guys love them as much as we love to look at them.
Stupid, crazy USB peripherals just haven't been all that interesting since the USB Humping Dog hit the scene. That was the exact moment when USB junk just couldn't get more ridiculous. Well, Butta, Crisp, Tato and Ry Ry are here to say that the future of USB peripherals isn't about being ridiculous; it's about cute, clever design.
This loopy conceptual gadget promises to produce the perfect drink every time. Just add all the elements into the spout and — voilà! — a delectable cocktail is dispensed for your enjoyment.
Here's a keyboard that has broken down the thought behind the saying "It's better to look good than to feel good." The Engrain Tactile keyboard not only looks stunning, it's also concerned with feeling great to the touch thanks to the rippling sandblasted wood construction.
Are you old enough to remember when some motels had lots of individual cabins, instead of an anonymous concrete building? An Austrian design company called Studio WG3 wants to revive that approach, with this tiny sleeping cube called the Hypercubus.
Every foodie drools over photos of culinary triumphs in magazines or on sites like Pintrest. Well, prepare yourselves for a conceptual device that takes a photo of your food, captures the smell and then drops the combined image/smell on a postcard to send to your foodie friends.