This magnetic calendar is unlike any other, and designed to be used year after year.
Need a minimalist calendar? It doesn’t get much more minimal than this.
A memo pad that excavates hidden objects as you use it.
Quickly transforms from an upright desk chair down into an ergonomic lounge chair, and vice versa.
Made up of three beautiful sliding tiers where you can store paperwork, office supplies, stationery, etc.
A one-minute timer that creates awesome stalagmite formations before your very eyes.
A handsome charging pad for Qi-enabled smartphones that won’t stick out like a sore thumb.
Three prints that painstakingly map out the respective histories and evolutions of hip-hop, alternative, and electronic music throughout the decades.
6 ports pump out 60 watts of power, enabling simultaneous multi-device charging.
Will make your home Wi-Fi woes melt away.
Some of the most unique scissors you’ll ever own.
These clever tools allow you to see through to what you’re measuring below, rather than covering it up like most rulers.
8″ nylon zip ties that can be readjusted on the fly or used for other jobs later.
An isometric print of the Big Apple, rendered in building blocks.
A magnetically levitating ambient “cloud” lamp designed by the Richard Clarkson Studio.
A nifty old-school tool for scoring, creasing, and smoothing paper.
A compact diffuser with color-changing lights. Perfect for small living spaces.