If you are one of those always struggling with your soda bottle and have to ask for help everytime, you probably will love Sodavalve, a innovate gadget invented by Korean designer Injoon Yang. It is a special kind of opener that adds a spinning handle to the top of a plastic soda bottle cap, allows anyone, regardless of age, to easily open bottles. Moreover, its wide ring design not only allows you to store your soda upside-down – preventing gas leaking which turns your soda into flat surgar water, but also make it easy for you to carry heavy drink bottles around. The project is currently seeking funding on Indiegogo. You can find more detailed information there if you are interested in it.
Marriage proposals are horrifying. Hence people always try to make sure everything at its best status. There are many factors you need to take care of, and hide your engagement ring is one of most important thing. After all, it’d be tragic if it were discovered beforehand. However, hiding a traditional giant ring bulge in pants is not easy at all. Hence, Andrew Zo, a Canada-based designer created this unique ring case, called “Clifton“. Its flat design means it can be easily slipped into the pocket or the wallet. At approximately 1cm thick, Clifton presents the ring with a delightful flower blooming effect when opened, which definitely help enchanting the moment. If you want to invest your once-in-a-lifetime event and make it more special, you might consider to purchase this special ring case with a pricetag of $90.
If you try to stay in shape but can’t really control your sweet teeth, the study conducted by website Wisegeek might help you to make decision. The study chose 71 common edibles to find out how their 200 calories worth looks like. They proportioned things like peanut butter, canned beans, fruits, veggies, and even soda into 200 calorie quantities and photographed the results. It is quite surprising to see it in plate, especially when you know 385 grams apple and 34 grams Peanut Butter has the same amount of calories. You can check the whole study result on Wisegeek’s page. It is definitely a visual way allows people to size up a food in a way they have never done it before.
If you ever wonder why zebra has strip and leopard has spots, Mexican artist Ricardo Solis give his every own explaination. In his whimsical paintings, artist depicts how to build each creature’s colorful details, feathers, stripes, or spots, from a goldfish to an bear. Therea are actually many tiny humans crawling up and down the monolithic animals, covering them in paint, sculpting or pouring pigments from a flying Zeppelin. Although we all know Solis’ creative interpretation is far from reality, but it is still a lot of fun to look at these imaginative works.