Shark Sleeping Bag. The sleeping bag is about 7 feet long (6.5′ interior length).
The Kizhi stat open-air museum is a UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites. The Kizhi island cultural historical and natural complex is included into the State Code of Cultural Heritage Sites of Special Value of the Russian Federation. The church is located on one of the many islands in Lake Onega, in Karelia.
Located in one of the South Center mall in Calgary, Alberyta Canada. Built with 11,000 small snack sized tuna cans and 200 pieces of individually cut and scalloped 1/4″ hardboard between each of the layers.
Keyboard Coffee Cups by Shanghai designer E Square, inspired by the Apple computer keyboard.
Mustashe Cookie cutter set by FuzzyInk.
Morning Tea by Serge N. Kozintsev
Comes in classic white cotton with a Velcro closure.
Origami Creations by Won Park. Won Park is the master of Origami. Feel free to check out more of Won Park’s origami works over at DeviantArt.
Cat Tipi was created by Megan Mah and Elan Bentov. Designed and produced in USA.
100% handmade sushi slippers are available on Etsy. They are handmade and made of weather resistant soles.
Check out these Cat Capes by Felissimo.
COSTS: About $30
At the annual International Ice And Snow Festival that takes place in Perm, Russia a 1:1 scaled Toyota Land cruiser could be found complete with an open door and interior seating.
Smells like White Tea Ginger in the shape of a gun.
This bicycle is not made out of glass. “The Clarity bike is the next project within the material focus of designaffairs’ studio projects which focus on using amazing materials of our library in new contexts.”
Found in the garden by Notre Dame.
Floating photography by French photographer Doucède Cerise who has created a series of images where objects are suspended in the air offering an amazing illustration.
The Beer Barrel Room can be rented out in Ostbevern, Germany. Each room comes with a 32′ flat screen TV, DVD, free internet access, a phone flat rate and a shower with massage jets.
The cool new Air-O-Swiss Ultrasonic Travel Humidifier is a compact, lightweight ultrasonic humidifier that reuses a plastic water bottle (refill at the tap or waste money using your favorite H?0 brand) to produce a fine cool mist. The space-saving design is perfect for travelers going to areas with dry climates or just for boosting the humidity level in your office at work or at home by your bed.
Photo: Akintunde Akinleye/Reuters
By Nigerian artisan Ojo Obaniyi of Ibadan. Nigerian arisan Ojo Obaniyi from Ibadan has crafted this interior and exterior of his volkswagon pickup with raffia palm cane.