Jem Stansfield invented his own vacuum gloves that made from ordinary vacuum cleaner for BBC science show “Bang Goes the Theory” and climbed up BBC bulding (120ft) for the demonstration. Video after the jump. Continue reading
Go green, don’t throw away your used tin cans. Now you can reuse them as household items, such as a vase, soap dispenser, sugar caster, tea and coffee canisters, toothbrush holder, money box and desk tidy. Thanks to Jack Bresnahan who invented these plastic lids to turn used cans into useful household items. Pictures after the jump. Continue reading
Check this out! The new arrival of modern and innovative products from Fred & Friends. They are just so cool and products i like the most are MIX STIX™ and TABLE SAW™. More pictures after the jump Continue reading
Designer Samuel Patience has come out with the P.I.S.S – Personal Irrigation Sanitation System so you look like watering the plant when actually you did your emergency let off outside the house. Urine is good for plant too. More pictures after the jump. Continue reading
The coolest piggy bank I have ever seen. These piggy banks art is a series of exclusive hand crafted piggy banks by Austin Machado Crosthwaite. Its really getting to be collectible. These are real piggy banks, so you’ll have to save your pennies or break the bank.
The art is hand made from recycled newspaper and organic paste which is then sculpted into the shape of a pig. Each pig has distinguished features which are added such a bulbous eyes, varying nose shapes, eyebrows, ears and even wings. The pigs are allowed to dry for several days before being primed for painting. The art is delicately hand painted on the side with water-proof acrylic paints. Each piggy is uniquely named with its own tag.
The name is also painted on the piggy in braille for the blind. Once the painting is completely dry, the pigs are adorned with extra decorations unique to their character. Decorations can include coins, buttons, hats, wings or even hair.
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