What's up my Jigger?

What’s up my Jigger?

What is the true measure of a liquid? Is it the color of its molecules? Is it its density? or maybe its viscosity..? Whatever it is, the “Cube Jigger” by Josh Owen for Kikkerland has six ways to measure your liquids in the most commonly measured form…its volume. This design evolved from an experiment to compress the six most common liquid measures into the smallest possible dispenser.

0 Designer: Josh Owen

Fingers Notebook Stand Also Manages Your Cables

Fingers Notebook Stand Also Manages Your Cables

Fingers is made of clear acrylic and it features a laser-cut pattern of slots which are used to accommodate loose computer cables. The keyboard’s sloping position results in improved typing comfort and better processor ventilation, while the screen is raised closer to eyelevel offering better ergonomics.

0 Designer: Oof Design

World's Lightest Chess & Checkers by Paradoxy

World’s Lightest Chess & Checkers by Paradoxy

New Wave Chess & Checkers is the world’s lightest, simplest yet most tenacious game board. This 8″ square board is an inventive breakthrough in play on flat surfaces. It allows flat game pieces to stand up on the board with a full 3-D effect. The pieces can’t be blown away or shaken out! The pieces move only when you want to move them.

0 Designer: Paradoxy

Normann Copenhagen Move Series by Marianne Britt Jorgensen & Rikke Hagen

Normann Copenhagen Move Series by Marianne Britt Jorgensen & Rikke Hagen

Normann Copenhagen on the move. With the launch of the Move series, the world of normann copenhagen design is introduced to design lovers “on the move”. Rikke Hagen and Marianne Britt Jrgensen have designed the products – key rings, money clips, card holders and pill boxes – for the intense pace of modern life. Keep your money, cards and keys in order with a series of personal objects designed without excessive detail.

0 Designer: Marianne Britt Jorgensen & Rikke Hagen [ Product Page ] [ Via: Mocoloco ]

Verbarius - Clock that Writes Time by Art Lebedev Studio

Verbarius – Clock that Writes Time by Art Lebedev Studio

Optimus keyboard creator Art Lebedev Studio today provided an early look at the Verbarius. A natural-language clock, the Verbarius tries to liven timekeeping by expressing the time the way many people do in conversations, randomly choosing between descriptions such as “forty-five minutes past four” Or “fifteen minutes to five” It can also read the time in four other language, Russian, French, German and Spanish.

0 Designer: Art Lebedev Studio

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