The Future Mapping Company maps everything from cities to skies, with high-quality printing methods, bold stylistic choices, and fidelity to reality. The maps are available as paper or plastic prints, can be made magnetic, and can even be manufactured as wallpaper(!). Framing options are also available.
Grovemade builds some of the most beautiful things you can put in your work space, fusing elements like leather and wood to raise your desk game to the next level- literally and figuratively.
If you’ve ever fantasized about stomping on Goombas, or rescuing Princess Zelda, you’re going to want this 8-bit Nintendo (or, Cleantendo) shower curtain from ThinkGeek that makes your morning routine feel more like a retro video game.
Johanna Mårtensson's photo series Decor imagines life after people through the medium of bread. Mårtensson built herself a miniature bread city and then photographed it as grew moldy and collapsed.
Cars, motorcycles and airplanes aren't just a means of getting from A to B — they're also beautiful design classics that express your personality. So it's not surprising that people are turning some of the world's most beautiful vehicles into part of their home decor. See for yourself!
Cephalopod aficionados looking to spice up their lighting should look to Adam Wallacavage's Octopus Chandeliers. His unusual light fixtures hold up their bulbs with sucker-bearing tentacles that come in a variety of colors and levels of kitsch.
Unless you're a torrent release group, or run a popular warez site, you probably don't have much ASCII art in your life ever since JPGs took over. And that's a damn shame that can be easily remedied with this wallpaper.
Love it. Clean, simple and perfect for the game room in my mythical mansion.
Most of us could use another hand every now and then, if only because, even with practice, it's disarmingly difficult to stick up one's middle finger.
Instructables posted a guide for building your own booklamp. The designer claims with the right bulb it isn't a fire hazard. But if you burn up a few Stephenie Meyer novels in testing, no one will say a word. [Instructables]
You may seek perpetual motion; we're more fascinated by the (made up) principles of perpetual explosion exhibited by the BANG BOOM* Comic Book Lamp.
You can have your plush periwinkle recliner with optional Big Gulp holder. I'm sticking with the Galatea Spa chair by designer Verenice Macedo.
Henceforth, all four-legged tables shall have at least one hollow leg which shall be named the magic leg. And should a table have more than one magic leg—a rare splendor—they shall be named the magic legs. [dezeen]
You can build this lamp yourself with no glue, nails or screws...but there's a small catch. You'll need access to a CNC machine. Still game? Of course you are!