BlenderBottle GoStak is no ordinary container system, it consists of individual jars that can be attached to each other, creating a portable snack tower of sorts. For those who love mixing protein shakes directly after a workout and have more than one powder, the GoStak system fits inside the SportMixer and Classic bottles. The miniature jars themselves come in several different sizes, and are made from durable, stain and odor-resistant Eastman Tritan plastic. Twist N' Lock technology ensures the jars will be secured to each other with a simple quick quarter turn. Product page. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Most bath towels are designed purely to absorb water, but these, by designer Jenny Pokryvailo, look like maki sushi rolls when rolled up: salmon, tuna, crab, and tamago to be exact. On a related note, did you know that sushi dates back to at least the second century A.D., beginning as a method of preserving fish in China? Or, that the word 'sushi' refers to rice that has been seasoned with vinegar, sugar, and salt, and not raw fish? Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of extreme wind taking on traffic lights.
Coffee lovers rejoice! Now you can make a brew on the go with freshly ground beans with Cafflano, the world's first coffee cup with its own grinder. This all-in-one portable coffee maker looks like a travel mug, but unscrew the lid, and you'll see a ceramic burr grinder and a drip filter. To make coffee, the user can grind the beans to their desired coarseness with the foldaway hand grinder, tip the coffee grounds into the drip filter and then pour hot water over the grounds - fresh coffee then drips into the mug below, which can hold 255ml of liquid. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Have you ever come across a food item so beautiful that you'd feel bad eating it? Well, Fernanda Abarca, a talented animator at Dreamworks, specializes in eye-popping food creations in the form of cakes, cupcakes and sugar sculptures. Many of her exquisitely detailed edible sculptures and cake toppers bring characters from popular animated movies to life.
Forget Starubucks, or any other expensive coffee shop for that matter, and hop onto Leap in San Francisco. This luxury commuter bus boasts a coffee bar, free WiFi and a relaxing laid-back vibe. While most buses (besides touring and home conversions) are designed purely for transportation, this one adds some style with distressed-wood-panel accents and rows of elevated window-facing barstools, circular seating areas for collaboration. Continue reading for a video and more information.
You know what they say..."the best part of waking up is the coffee in your cup". Most (if not all) coffee machines do not have the ability to wake you up as well as brew a fresh cup of Joe, but British designer Joshua Renouf's creation will do just that. Called The Barisieur, coffee-making alarm clock that first gently wakes you up with the sounds of steel ball bearings vibrating as they boil the water through induction heating, then incentivizes you to get vertical with a freshly made cup of joe. One caveat: you'll need to prep the beans, sugar, as well as milk before you go to sleep. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Maria A. Aristidou is a commercial artist by day, but during her free time she creates amazingly detailed portraits using only coffee - several blends - on watercolor paper. After her first "accidental" portrait, the rest was history, and features characters like, R2-D2, Yoda, Davy Jones, Girl with Pearl Earring, and a host of Disney characters. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why you shouldn't fall asleep in the military.
CuiZen's Pizza Box looks like something you'd see at an Italian restaurant, but this thing actually cooks your pizzas. It can accommodate up to 12-inch pizzas and boasts a stainless steel cool-touch handle, 1200-watts of sheer cooking power, an adjustable thermostat with a maximum temperature of 525° F, and a 30-minute timer. Available now, priced at $78.99 shipped. Product page. Continue reading to see what's inside and for more information.
This Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Sushi Set isn't just for looks, it's modeled after the iconic starship NCC-1701 from the original series, and comes complete with a wooden base to use as a plate. That's not all, the saucer of the ship opens up to double as a soy sauce dish, and the blue warp trails can be pulled off to be used as chopsticks. Product page. Continue reading for one more picture and information.
This looks like a simple dessert, but after pouring some cream on the dish, you'll can watch it bloom like a flower. This is the creation of Chef Joaquim Sousa at the Ipsylon Restuarant inside The Oitavos Hotel in Cascais, Portugal. We're not sure if you're able to order just this dessert, or if a course-based prix fixe meal, but either way it's definitely worth a taste if you're in the area. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a crazy foot archer.