stuff we drool about

Giro Apple Slicer

This simple, minimalist apple slicer, winner of the Red Dot Design award is named Giro. The clever apple peeler was designed by Christina Schäfer a German designer. It cuts apples in a spiral-form surrounding the core in one smooth fluid motion. Giro creates gorgeous, perfectly executed apple spirals perfect for using in recipes, snacks or garnishes.



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MITI CAMP STOVE

Miti Camp Stove is aimed at the outdoors fans, so clearly stated in its name, it will let you get a fire going to cook or heat whatever you want, at your base camp. Its special features are that its design enables you to use a simple quartered log as a base for it, the log will burn from the inside out, for quite some time, so this possibility turns your gear much lighter because there´s no real need to carry a conventional stove base, the base stays in place using ...
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ROCCO MALATESTA POSTERS

Illustrator and graphic designer Rocco Malatesta from Berlin created this amazing collection of posters based on cult movies like Scarface, Rocky, Kill Bill, Raging Bull or The Big Lebowski. You can check out Rocco´s online store featuring his spectacular limited edition prints or check out his blog and admire his creative portfolio. source ...
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STINKY CANDLES

The Stinky Candle company was set up by Jeff Bennett after he got fed up of all the feminine candle smells like the usual vanilla, lavender and shea butter scents, so he created a range of masculine odors such as petrol and cash! The unusual Chicago start-up currently has 32 unique and bizarre varieties including bacon scent, hemp scent, fish scent, new car scent, gasoline, wet grass, car exhaust, fast food, and body odor! The candles are priced between $6 to $8, an...
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