This red table looks like it is dripping wet with paint. The legs are formed by the illusion of paint pouring onto the floor. The creator of this 3-D tableau calls it, “Paint or Die but Love Me,” a title that only adds intrigue to the item.
The artist, John Nouanesing, in all his glossy reflection, brings passion to life.
Wine has been a popular beverage since biblical times, whether it comes out of a box or from a climate-controlled cellar. But while skilled sommeliers can detect even the faintest differences, most of us need a bit of help. For that reason, wine lovers can rejoice to know that there is now a thermometer-sized tool that can analyze any glass of wine — the MyOeno.
When placed in a glass of wine, this tool immediately scans the drink and tells you everything from how acidic it is to how old it is. We see this becoming the ultimate bar-must-have.
Secret Staircase Storage
What we have here is a very smart use of empty spaces. These stairs open out into drawers and cupboard cubbies. It’s a space-saving solution that took foresight and planning.
Thinking of the dead space under the stairs and making use of it is quite clever. It works great for storing bedding or photo albums. And it is ideal for stashing the children’s toys when guests arrive.
Another View of Plastic Pollution
This National Geographic cover design cleverly fashions an island out of one of those ubiquitous grocery store bags. Underwater, the massive plastic bag looms representing the 18 billion pounds of plastic waste that finds its way into the oceans.
The 2018 cover image asks, “Planet or Plastic?” A play on the “paper or plastic” option grocery clerks have long asked.
If this won't help decrease car accidents, then we don't know what will. We are not sure where this was taken and we recommend all countries start designing their traffic lights accordingly.
This traffic light can be used by drivers and by pedestrians. You can predict the light color switch and it might make you think before trying to beat the red light.