Long live the cassette tape! We’ve seen many (creative) uses for this 80s icon, but none more stunning afterdark than the Cassette Tape Floor Lamp. The cassette’s transparent property allows light to shine through – casting an array of colors and patterns. This beauty makes a statement on many levels.
Made of steel from recycled ship hulls and other cast off metal junk, this shelter from Dutch studio Atelier Van Lieshout is a mobile, indestructible dwelling that you could use for anything from a garden shed to a hunting cabin, depending on where you drop it. It’s outfitted with a wood stove, wooden benches, even a toilet. The ceiling might be a bit low for you but there’s plenty of headroom for your mother-in-law.
Forget Obama’s healthcare plan, Help Remedies lets you focus on healing, while being a striking conversation piece. Beat that, Tylenol! Each individually wrapped option includes aid for either a headache, cut, blister, ache, sleep or allergy. Earth-friendly packaging made of molded paper pulp and corn-based plastic keep it green as well.
With the PDW Poco Pump in your pocket, no longer will a flat bike tire kill your ride. That’s right – a tire pump in your pocket. Toss the pump head onto your schrader/presta valve, twist the lock-lever, and pump the bamboo handle. In a race? Screw a CO2 cartridge into the top – you’ll be up and riding in a matter of seconds.
Inspired by a popular radio crafted in Indonesia, the Magno Wooden Radio has been re-tooled into a modern/retro design. Hand-crafted in an Indonesian farming village from pine and mahogany wood grown in sustainable forests, the radio sounds as great as it looks. You can even use it as a speaker by utilizing the radio’s music player/iPod connector.