When come to wrist rest, the first impression comes to your mind might be those ugly and boring rubber-made black thing. No one except those who really them them will want to use them. However, the wrist rest we presented today is a lovely exception. Made by p-bandai.jp, thise series of “PC character cushion” features a variety of Japan’s beloved anime and video games characters, such as Kapibara-san and Komasan, who not only bring some support to your wrist and some much-needed company at the same time. Each cushion has an average price around 50 USD and can get them from p-bandai’s online shop.
These days, there are more and more nature inspired designs showing up, especially in jewellery industry. Wearing a little part of nature is so cool for some nature lovers. Hence, owner from Etsy shop Teeny Tiny Planet preserves real, dried flowers in elegant, mini glass bottles and attach them to antique charms and luminous crystals. These truly enchanting, one-of-a-kind terrarium necklace helps to reminds us of the beautiful Mother Nature and encourage we go out of the four-walled room.
Sorry, we don’t want to be the ones to tell you, you probably will never achieve your goals of being the most hipster dude around on Instagram. Because that prize will always be won by Toby LittleDude. Although he is a dog, he is still the most hipster of us all. You cannot defeat him. Thick-rimmed glasses, colorful bow ties, grandpa-style cardigans, and a lot of hats, besides all those snazzy things in his wardrobe, his hipster attitude makes him out-hipster most humans. Find out more about this dude on his instagram page and don’t forget to read the witty quip or cheesy pickup line on each of his photo which brings a typical hipster right in front of your face.
Easter wouldn’t be Easter without a strange and unusual egg on the market. And this year we got “Cumberbunnies” – 400g chocolate Easter bunny with everyone’s favourite detective – actor Benedict Cumberbatch’s head attached. The unique chocolate treat is created by Jen Lindsey-Clark and her team at New York-based Chocolatician who like to “experiment with chocolate and push the limits of how chocolate can be used as a medium to make art and bespoke gifts”.