I can’t remember when was the last time I reach out for a sticky tape, but I did had wasabi a couple weeks ago to go with some really awesome salmon. Both of those has nothing to do with the SUCK UK Sushi Tape. But wasabi does has in common with sushi, just not these sticky tape. Designed by British illustrator Rosie Upright for novelty goods store, SUCK UK, the Sushi Tape is a set of four decorative paper tapes designed to look just like your favorite Japanese delicacy. Continue reading Sticky Tapes That Look Like Tasty Sushi: You Know You Want Them, Don’t You?
Louis Vuitton is slowly catching up with Tiffany in dishing out everyday items that cost a bomb. The latest rumored to join the Parisian fashion house is this, a Louis Vuitton Coloring Pencils. This being LV, you can expect nothing less than the iconic brown LV monogram and in the case (pun not intended, btw) of this uber luxurious coloring pencils, it will come in a stylish roll-up leather with the signature monogram motif on the outside and on the inside, you will find 40 wooden color pencils individually slotted in textured leather loops. Continue reading Here’s A Set Of Coloring Pencils From Louis Vuitton For Richie Rich
In some cultures, father passes down antiquated shaver to his son as the heirloom. That is kind of sexist because, what if the child was a girl? In that case, a neutral object, such as A Minimal Pen you see here would be more appropriate. So, what the hell is A Minimal Pen. A Minimal Pen is a U.S.A. made, minimalist, all-metal pen that kind of runs along the ethos of less is more. Continue reading If You Ever Need Just One Pen In Your Life, A Minimal Pen Might Be It
Who would have thought the Empire’s AT-AT could be so cool as a desk tidy? We never knew AT-AT’s wide and varied applications – even when it has fallen, it turned out to be a super dope tape dispenser too. The Star Wars AT-AT Tape Dispenser is not articulated, though. It is made of resin and serve as a beautiful desk sculpture of sort, as well as a grim reminder that this imposing walker had a very deadly achilles’ heel, which incidentally is at its heel/lower limbs section. Continue reading Who Would Have Thought A Fallen AT-AT Makes For A Cool Tape Dispenser?
If you are an artist/doodler/creative looking to minimize the clutter in your pencil case, you may be interested in this magnetic multi-tip drawing pen by Singapore-based Wright Design, called Wright Pen. Wright Pen is a 3-in-1 drawing instrument featuring three different line weights that can be easily swap around – thanks to the neodymium magnets in each segment. Continue reading Meet Wright Pen, The World’s First Magnetic Multi-tip Drawing Pen
Here’s a new twist on wearables. It is not a wearable tech that we talking about, though. The kenma wemo is an age-old tool with a modern twist, without the burden of modern day tech. Wemo is a wearable notepad. Yes. It is a notepad and it is wearable. However, instead of the usual notepad or notebook that slips into your pocket, this one is designed to be worn on your wrist – on your non-writing hand’s wrist, to be exact. Continue reading I Bet You Never Thought A Non-Tech Wearable Notepad Could Work
You know the old adage of “the pen is mightier than the sword”? Well, with Italian luxury writing instrument maker Montegrappa’s new Limited Edition Samurai Fountain Pen, the sword may very well be mightier than the pen. In case you did not get the picture, the pen is presented in an intricately crafted Japanese medieval warrior, Samurai. The pen is literally a Samurai figure in which the entire upper torso is the pen’s cap and pen body is the lower body and limbs. Continue reading Montegrappa Samurai Fountain Pen Makes Sword Mightier Than The Pen
Do you recall those notebooks with an integrated latch that locks with a miniature padlock? Yeah, that was how we used to secure the contents of the notebook. The FPlife Lockbook with Fingerprint Diary is a modern, high-tech spin of that notebook of bygone era. And yes, it does have a biometric fingerprint sensor, so only you can unlock the book. Good thing because, not everyone is comfortable with inking down their thoughts and ideas digitally and when they do so with traditional writing instrument, it gets the security modern digital devices have to offer. Continue reading FPlife Lockbook Is The World’s First Notebook With Fingerprint Sensor
When we were young we were taught that rough handling of any regular lead pencil will result in the lead inside to be broken. With this in mind, you probably wouldn’t throw it like a dice, or perhaps, wouldn’t even roll it. Or maybe you will be compelled to do so if you have the Pencil Dice by Sebastian Bergne. Pencil Dice is essentially a regular six-sided pencil. You know. The hexagonal cross-section pencil made of soft wood that has a long stick of lead embedded in its core? Continue reading Pencil Dice Is A Pencil And Dice Rolled Into One, But Don’t Ask Why
In this digital age, the relevance of pencil seems so, well, irrelevant. I conclude that there are two broad categories of people who still choose pencil over digital devices. First, is those who appreciate “hand art” and the second, those who simply can’t accept technology. I can’t help it if you belong to the latter, but if you are the former, it is safe to assume you are a person who appreciate style and functionality, and believe that both can coexists even and if so, I think Everyman Grafton Mechanical Pencil might just be the pencil missing in your life. Continue reading Not Everyone Needs A Pencil, But If You Need One, Grafton May Just Be It