The idea behind Build Your Block is so everyone can recreate a Brooklyn street in their own home. They can pick and choose the buildings and colors that most inspire them, and arrange them on a couch or bed to give their décor a cozy, urban feel. Creator Patrick Chirico was inspired by the delis, brownstones, and abandoned buildings that he walked past daily in his Brooklyn neighborhood.. He translated the images into a pillow collection, so that people could be urban planners or just lay their heads in the streets of New York City.
Easy release ice tray with unique switch mechanism on the bottom.
ThinkGeek has created a smaller version of their JOYSTICK-IT Arcade Stick for your iPhone, simply press down to attach the JOYSTICK-IT to your iPhone's screen for improved gaming. No wires or batteries needed. The original version of the JOYSTICK-IT is still available for $25, this smaller version for $18.
The structure of the RbG glasses has an internal channel where a colourful ink passes through, painting it with the colours the user desires, allowing him having a different look every time he wants. Made in plastic with a flexible part in the arm of the structure. Filled with water-based ink.
Sasan Magic Carpet can be folded and contorted into various shapes and configurations of usable furn
The Eatensil is designed to be an all-in-one Swiss army knife of cutlery for fast food fans.
James Nash presents the Single Serving Wine Glass. Perfect for picnics and wild parties, each sealed disposable wine glass comes filled with six ounces of red, white or rosé that look good enough to drink at a fancy dinner party.