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OneBowl: Cook, Strain, Eat and Store All in One Bowl

The OneBowl is a creative hybrid design that allows you to cook, strain, eat and store all in one bowl! It’s a microwave-safe and dishwasher-safe bowl with a built-in strainer and a snap-on lid! It is so easy to use it. Add water and food in the bowl, put it into microwave. When your food is ready, just rotate the handle to strain water. Add fixins and you can eat right from the bowl. It is also useful when you try to prepare your snack fruit. Wash it then strain the water, snap the lid and you can take the bowl with you. Like the idea? Check the detials on kickstarter and don’t forget to watch the video below.

OneBowl: Cook, Strain, Eat and Store All in One Bowl

8 Web Design Ideas that Turn Heads and Get Attention

There are literally thousands of websites out there vying for attention. With more websites added every day, it may seem like an impossible endeavor to grab attention. However, with the right web design, anything is possible. Taking a step back to analyze the website you want and the way you want it to look can help you to get everything you’re looking to achieve out of your site. Here are eight examples of how you can create a website that grabs attention in a good way.
8 Web Design Ideas that Turn Heads and Get Attention

OLED Tampopo: Beautiful Dandelions Lights by Takao Inoue

Designed by Takao Inoue and called OLED Tampopo, these beautiful lights are made from real dandelions that have been suspended inside an acrylic block with a miniature OLED light embedded within the stem. It is an art piece more than a light. When asked the inspiration of creating the lamp, Inoue says “Fragility is expressed by an illuminated wavering TAMPOPO. It reminds us of our old memories of picking up dandelion’s puff. The mysterious light gives us a moment to release ourselves”. We have no idea about how the power for the lights comes from and how did managed to avoid air bubbles while embedding dandelions into the blocks. But if you want to have one yourself, you can order it from somewheretokyo.

OLED Tampopo: Beautiful Dandelions Lights by Takao Inoue

Tentsile Tree Tents: a Treehouse you can Take With You

Most of us loves treehouse but it takes too much to build one by ourselves. To have similar treehouse kind experience, tree house architect Alex Shirley-Smith designed Tentsile, a portable suspended tree house that you can take anywhere. This innovative product has the comfort and versatility of a hammock and multi-person occupancy of a tent. It is fully waterproof, UV resistant, and comes with insect mesh roofs. There really is no better way to make camp and hang out in nature. The only problem I can see is it might take some effort to hang the tent in the air and not sure how much hurt will cause to the trees.

Tentsile Tree Tents: a Treehouse you can Take With You

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