Those awesome madmen at Photonicinduction got a regular toaster and plugged it into one of their giant power supplies to drastically push the voltage and watts up and see if they could make a toast in just 10 seconds.
Who doesn't love toast? I don't want to hear it! It's taking bread to another level. But sometimes bread doesn't toast evenly! This Roastie Toaster is a concept design by Mateusz Glówka that not only has a lovely see through spherical body but also has rotating heating elements (those metal beams) that give your bread…
In 2008, designer Thomas Thwaites decided to build a toaster from scratch-and not the "from scratch" that would land him in Home Depot for a couple of hours. He was interested in the seemingly magical process that turns what we pull out of the earth into the stuff that litters our houses. So Thwaites decided to take…
Good design is the art (and science) of turning the mundane into the magnificent. Below is an assortment of meticulously designed (and, of course, awesome looking) objects for the friend whose home is a little lacking in the aesthetics department.
This is Anne Lindeboom. She was born in 1920 and died in 1984. Now, she is a toaster. Or better said, her ashes are.
This is coming from the girl who went nuts over a self-stirring coffee cup, but a see-through toaster is abso-freakin'-lutely brilliant. No more burnt toast or kitchen fires since I can see when the bread is perfectly oh-so-yummy-golden-brown.
Bodum's double-walled glasses are a personal favorite, and their French press is a solid buy, too. But this rubber-skinned toaster?
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and how many of you drive to work each morning without any pizza in your stomach? This travesty shall be amended!
There are mods and there are Mods. And the VHS Toaster definitely fits into the capitalized category. (Read on for video.)
The Trebuchet Toaster concept from Ivo Vos' Brunch Collection "celebrates the mundane" buy hurling toast across the room onto your plate.
While most of our homes resemble some '60s sci-fi TV show, adorned in A/V equipment loaded to the gills with LEDs, our kitchens have remained sadly tasteful. That was, until this Jacob Jensen toaster.
We gave the Nahamer T450 toaster concept design a big thumbs-up for its simplicity... but it turns out that there's actually a real toast-dropping versus toast-popping machine. The Trapdoor Toaster does exactly what it sounds like it does. It's a 1400W device, with auto-adjusting guide racks so it can do toast, bagels…