For all of us who have complained about living out of a suitcase, the Hanemaai infinite home tool suggests that perhaps this is not such a bad thing.
"It is only a paper moon, sailing over a cardboard sea, but it wouldn't be make believe, if you believed in me." - Harold Arlen
Andrew Groves manages to carve impressive wooden utensils using three simple hand tools.
Truth be told many of us living outside the Sunshine State have an outdated sense of Brisbane style. Clearly it is no longer Expo '88, and not everyone wears singlets, fluro zinc and thongs.
'Humble ornaments' is the way Scout Regalia co-founders Benjamin Luddy and Makoto Mizutani sum up their products. But they also make stuff with a purpose.
Sweet and sour, cheese and crackers, walnut and magnets... designer Brendan Ravenhill knows some combinations just work.
Life is complicated. Index cards are not. Which is why Jessica Hagy's Indexed is slightly genius.
"I wish that I had duck feet"... The famous Dr Seuss book had a lot to do with interchangeable body parts: horned heads to carry hats, whale spouts to keep the classroom cool and, of course, webbed feet for wet weather.
Practical pants let you do anything: cycle, run for the train and fix the car. Now two Australian labels have made the perfect pair and added a little ANZAC spirit for good measure.
Scandinavian products are known for their good looks and functional design. Swedish studio People People has come up with a speaker that ticks both these boxes – and a couple more.
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