The book “This Book is a Planetarium” combines both analog and digital forms of media, featuring several different pop-up paper gadgets, all of which are fully functional to engage the reader with both text and experience – to simultaneously demonstrate and explain foundational physics concepts.
This plush pillow shaped like a pyramid is perfect for propping up old fashioned books, tablets or e-readers at the perfect angle for some comfortable reading and net browsing in bed, on the floor, sitting down or pretty much anywhere while taking away some of the strain and freeing up one hand.
This beautiful book-shaped box contains a kit to make 30 tiny books that you can read and a mini-bookshelf to arrange them all on. The box transforms into a beautiful little library scene once you place the mini-bookshelf full of mini-books in it.
Bicycle bells are a useful accessory, they’re great for alerting people nearby to your presence. But, just because they are practical doesn’t mean they have to be plain and boring! So Brighten up your ride with the hamburger bicycle bell – perfect for those that love burgers as much as their biking.
An adorable burger backpack featuring buns, cheese and tomato that all unzip to reveal separate pockets. It has adjustable padded shoulder straps and plenty of mouth-watering detail. The bun has a second pocket inside to store school supplies and condiments.
Honestly, I can’t think of anything sexier than this. No Thing. Designed to comfortably plug even the loudest of burger holes. Made of “soft and non-toxic natural food grade silicone rubber, the gag has no unpleasant plastic smells or odors
An ultra cute book marker. The Mythical Nessie Tale Bookmark is sure to guarantee a legendary read for any book. This loch ness monster bookmark is a perfect gift idea for anyone who loves reading. The Nessie bookmark is a fun and unique way to mix imagination and reading with a legendary character. Let Nessie be your guide to any…
Eraser all of your mistakes away with this delicious looking giant burger eraser, complete with crisp lettuce, seeded bun and fresh cheese. Try not to take a bite out of this when hunger sets in. It might be a giant burger, but its size doesn’t compromise on its ability to rub away those pencil marks.
Yusuke Oono, born in Germany and trained as an architect, has designed a surprising twist on the pop-up book. As its title suggests, unfolding this petite book in a circular fashion results in a 360-degree panoramic scene of layered silhouettes. Here, Mount Fuji is unveiled in all its majesty.
The Climbing TreadWall is a compact rock climbing wall with a continuously revolving face that lets you climb whenever the mood strikes – it is designed to deliver a full body workout while at the same time sharpen your climbing skills.
UpCart is a stair-climbing dolly that is “up for anything”. It features a triple-wheel design to tackle the unique challenge of transporting objects/goods in urban environments with lots of stairs, curbs and irregular terrain.
Fine. I’ll Pour It Myself. Gain control over the universe and your own drinks with the Infinity War Gauntlet Mug, as it would be beneath you to drink from anything else; when you’re done beating down plebs and ruining civilizations, a cuppa joe is exactly what a Mad Titan needs.
These cable bite animals clip around the charging cord (iPhone only) making it look like they’re chomping on your phone. Not only are they adorable, but they can also help prevent the cord from tearing and snapping from regular use.
Anyone who grew up in the 80s will remember these fuglies. They’re gross, yucky, and funny. Based off the 1980’s Madballs, they feature designs that are simultaneously disgusting and adorable, making these foam balls a must have for any gross out collection.
Pornburger a book for anyone with a fetish for delicious burgers. The book contains dozens of recipes and tips for making burgers that surpass conventional fast food. Each burger is photographed tastefully for your enjoyment – showcased as if they were hot models with names that are comical puns playing off of pop cultural moments.