Archive | March, 2011

Auto Ink Tattoos You A Religion

Auto Ink

Auto Ink by Chris Eckert is “a three axis numerically controlled sculpture. Once the main switch is triggered, the operator is assigned a religion and itís corresponding symbol is tattooed onto the personís arm. The operator does not have control over the assigned symbol. It is assigned either randomly or through divine intervention, depending on your personal beliefs.”

[Auto Ink via: Ink Butter]

Coffee Joulies – Magic Beans For Your Drink

Coffee Joulies

Coffee Joulies are magic beans that keep your coffee (or any other hot beverage) at the perfect temperature.

First, they absorb extra thermal energy in your coffee when itís served too hot, cooling it down to a drinkable temperature three times faster than normal. Next, they release that stored energy back into your coffee keeping it in the right temperature range twice as long.

Coffee Joulies are currently available as a project on Kickstarter, but with the interest that they’ve already generated, they shouldn’t have any problem getting the funding they need to become a real product.

Get a set of five now for just $40, and you’ll even save yourself 20% off the final retail cost.

[Coffee Joulies]

Handle Your iPad With Love

Handle With Love

Handle With Love is armour for your iPad, a case that protects it yet still allows it to retain its trademark style and flair.

With a kevlar-like jacket that shrugs off everyday collateral damage and a red lift strap for retro-chic appeal, your iPad will sleep safe and snug, so that you can too.

[Handle With Love]

Maison Binoclette – Apple Glasses

Maison Binoclette

Maison Binoclette makes glasses for your Apple, allowing you to pimp your MacBook, iPad and iMac with a geeked out style of your choosing.

[Maison Binoclette via NOTCOT]

Miniot iPad 2 Real Wood Cover

Miniot iPad 2 Cover

I’ve always been a fan of Apple’s own cases, as they’re usually designed with the minimalism that Apple is famous for, and work as they’re intended to, but the new iPad 2 cover from Miniot is making me reconsider my devotion.

Made from a single piece of real wood, it fits snugly to the edges of the iPad 2, and uses magnets to attach itself, just like Apple’s cover, allowing the Miniot cover to wake and sleep the device as intended. It can also be rolled into a stand, or folded out of the way when it’s time to read, so its good looks don’t get in the way of functionality.

Check out the video for more details: