Convenient, toxin-free, and semi-reusable. Not a bad combo.
In this week's roundup: Kendrick Lamar's note-taking process, a better kind of closed captioning, life after social media, and more.
It can’t be overstated how much kitchen counter space this saves after handwashing dishes.
An indispensable, multi-purposed companion for the trail.
Dedicated to those who made a way out of no way.
Measuring over 8.5″ tall, this captivating build-and-display model forever captures the unmistakable style of Batman. (Releases April 26th, 2021)
An examination of the critical art of rethinking — i.e. learning to question your opinions and open other people’s minds, which can position you for excellence at work and wisdom in life.
Aesthetically similar to the SN30 Pro+ before it, but with some sweet new additions to take your mobile gaming to the next level yet again.
An extremely cool 3D render of elevation across the US, now displayable on your wall as a framed print.
In this week's roundup: UX dark patterns, the untimely death of Unsplash, life's awkward moments, and more.
Playful and inventive decks featuring fun little figures (Pipmen) interacting with the suit symbols on each card.
Guys enjoy smelling great as much as anyone, and these soaps have complex and adventurous scents that are on the spicier, woodsier side.
Affixed with ratchet straps, these colorful grips let kids climb up, down, and around trees with ease.
Tiny worlds that live on your bookshelf, almost like portals to other places between your favorite stories.
A worthy successor to the original moka pot, sold by the grandson of its inventor.
Have you outgrown your schedule but don’t yet realize it? Then it’s time to update your time and your focus and get back hours of your life each week.
These well-built chargers take up very little space and stay cool while charging your iPhone 12 (of any size) at 10W.
A set of 3 books (totaling over 1,000 pages) capturing Asia’s disappearing traditions and vanishing designs across 35 countries.
Kits of specially made tools and “SCRUs” for safely cutting, folding, and connecting pieces of cardboard to create anything you can imagine.
The long-awaited followup to one of our favorite books. (Releases June 8th, 2021)