Doraemon, cat cafes, Hello Kitty, Japan, the cat-loving country just produced another cat inspired products – cat marshmallows. Designed by Japan-based marshmallow shop Yawahada, these super cute marshmallows are made in shape of cat head, cat paws and cat back. Coming with two flavor: chocolate and vanilla, they are delicious when used in hot beverage and super cute to look at. However, these cute marshmallows can only be purchased inside Japan and the company states they are trying to set up a system allows international order. So right now, for anyone who live outside of Japan can only enjoy this cute cat marshmallows via pictures.
There is probably no faster way to get drunk than pounding shot after shot of your favorite alcoholic beverage. Not matter what you choose, tequila, vodka or whiskey, you need a cool shot glass to drink from. From mad scientist’s tube to creepy crawling hand, these kooky glasses are so wonderfully alluring they will make you wish you could stomach hard liquor. Check out the 12 Cool and Unusual Shot Glasses we sifted through the internet, and each one comes with a purchase link following their name.
Cella is a new, creative product designed by Ecoid to bring urban people closer to nature. Constructed of flexible and lightweight plastic, Cella creates a micro-climate that houses moss/small plants and allows to thrive both indoors and outdoors. Cella is uniquely adaptable in that it can be attached to walls and roofs, or simply stand alone. The small, organic form of the units make efficient use of space to fit a garden in an urban home or apartment. There are no limits to your landscaping visions – no matter you want to grow a traditional garden on the floor, create a little oasis on the desk or climb up the walls and hang from the ceiling – just be creative with your designs! If you like it and want to create your urban landscape, support it on kickstarter.
The collection named SIMPLICITY was born from the collaboration between Carlo Santambrogio and the designer Ennio Arosio with the aim of giving “transparent” shape to a precise and essential way of conceiving and living the spaces. Using extra-clear glass by Saint Gobain, Carlo Santambrogio and Ennio Arosio not only create glass product such as glass kitchen, glass bathtub, glass bed and glass bookcase, they also use it as structural material to build glass ceiling, floor, wall and staircases. The result is quite stunning. The glass house bears witness to the succession of natural phenomena, responsive to their contrasts, reflecting and integrating into its transparencies. However, for me, when everything becomes transparent, it just make me scared. But I have to admit it does look cool. Maybe good for showroom or office space, but live there… no way.