When there's no time to panic, turn to this minimalist clock containing emergency supplies (including a thermal blanket). Good for surviving an apocalypse. Or even just a cold day.
If you find mornings heavy-going, this could be your thing. You can program this concrete barista to brew your coffee while you're still in bed.
The brainchild of an inventive disability advocate, this handsome globe – containing raised continents and braille – is getting digitised for a new generation.
When post-war US car designers were given free rein to create their dream automobiles, they came up with jaw-droppers like these. (And one of them contains a 30-coat paint job, which owes its sparkle to real crushed diamonds.)
Melbourne-based digital inventor Mond Qu once made a model island so lifelike, it tricked Google Earth and National Geographic into thinking it was real.