Accessories

Pokémon fanatics will recognize Poké Balls as devices used to catch and store Pocket Monsters. However, Bandai is changing things up a bit with a series of 11 Poké Balls designed to dispense breath mints. [click to continue…]

If you’re content with Starbucks, regular drip coffee and the like, the Modishspoon is probably not for you. However, if you currently possess a cupboard full of coffee gadgets and obsess over things like bean freshness and extraction, by all means read on. [click to continue…]

Thanks to Fred and Friends you can now make your grilled cheese sandwich smile at you as if it has no clue about the doom that awaits when it meets your mouth. Then again, what if it knows exactly what’s happening? Now I’m a little creeped out. [click to continue…]

Upgrade your table setting with this series of Doctor Who ceramic bowl and plate sets. Grab the official Doctor Who cookbook and you’ll have the makings of a very fun party for the premiere of Peter Capaldi’s final season as the Doctor. [click to continue…]

Before you spend your day kicking ass Sailor Moon style, you’ll need to transform with a little help from caffeine—and this mug.

Fight Like A Girl Sailor Moon Mug ($15.99)

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Angelina Erhorn of Moij Design on Etsy has created a series of handmade dishware that captures the art of origami in ceramic. [click to continue…]

A very proper, civilized duel. The winner would be the person that could draw their cup and saucer, get a kettle on, and have the tea and their pinky up the fastest. I’m also picturing a bandolier filled with teabags.

Steampunk Tea Cup Holster Cup And Saucer Set ($75)

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Mark Windsor of Full Windsor has redesigned the survivalist’s multitool to give it a food focus, combining 10 essential tools into a convenient 20 ounce device. [click to continue…]

Over the busy New Year’s holiday, Domino’s U.K. unveiled “the world’s first ‘wipeable’ onesie” complete with two giant pockets “to store dips and drinks” and “stain proof fabric with soft velveteen for comfort and resilience”. It is the perfect attire for lounging around, eating pizza, and not bathing.

In other words, it’s the most important innovation in clothing since the loincloth.

The Domino’s onesie is the work fashion designer Charlotte Denn, who managed to crank out the first prototype in a mere 13 hours. They were (and, perhaps, still are) available in U.K. restaurants for £25 with all proceeds going to charities including Teenage Cancer Trust. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]

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Rocket Design has made a pizza cutter for hipsters and DJs by making it look like a turntable. Clearly, this is a product the world desperately needed.

Just don’t confuse “beats” with “beets”, because laying down the latter on your pizza is not acceptable.

Turntable Pizza Cutter ($24.99)

(via Geekologie)