Thursday, July 28, 2011

Stadler Form Otto Wooden Fan

Keep your style, and temperature cool
We all know it has been incredibly hot this past month, and hearing the same complaint multiple times a day is just making the heat more miserable. While putting an industrial fan in your house would be pretty efficient at cooling it down, it would also make it look like you stole it from the janitors closet at work. Thankfully there is a solution to the dilemma, the Otto Wooden Fan.

The Otto Wooden fan is made out of black stainless steel and African Sapele, which is a very durable tropical tree that looks similar to mahogany. The Otto fan is incredibly quiet, and it is adjustable to produce a slight breeze all the way up to category 5 hurricane gale force winds(OK maybe not quite that windy).

13.7" W x 14.8" H x 7.2" D

$200 shipped.

Check it out here: 2Modern

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Grand Leather Bean Bag Chair

The Grand Leather bean bag chair is a stylish new take on the childhood chair of choice. A polished yet rustic look would make this chair a perfect fit in any home.

Restoration Hardware 1-ups the classic leather couch with an classy beanbag chair that anyone would love to sink into.The Grand Leather bean bag chair is available in 7 different leather styles and looks fit for a king, and the price reflects it.

Available on "special" for $675-710

Check it out here: Restoration Hardware

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Sword Umbrellas

Protect yourself from the rain as well as ninjas with a samurai sword handle umbrella. Actually these won't do much in the way of protecting you from ninjas, but at least you will look and feel like one carrying it.

Available In fullisized "Katana" and travel-sized "Tanto."
$20- $30 from ThinkGeek.

Check it out here: ThinkGeek
Edit: The umbrellas in the first picture with different hand styles are available on Amazon for ~$20 to $40. Check them out: Amazon

Wednesday, July 20, 2011


Awwwwwww Yeeeaaaah!

Your favorite ( and overused) internet memes hand painted with acrylic paint. Not sure if I would actually want these, but I just thought it was pretty funny that someone would hand make these.
With 36 different paintings available on the artist's Etsy page, you will definitely find something interesting.

Most of the paintings go for ~$15 unframed.

Check it out here: RagePrints

Friday, July 15, 2011

Walk on Water- 7 ft. Water Ball

Better get one before the manufacturer gets sued to oblivion.

This is either the coolest or most dangerous thing to be featured here so far. Designed for walking on water, this giant inflatable ball measures 7 feet in diameter. Apparently you just step in, zipper up and inflate it around you.

What could possible go wrong? Oh yeah, deflation and inevitable death by drowning. 
Here's a video of the water ball in action

Check it out here:  Amazon. $459