Anna Matoušková

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"I love the new compass I bought." ... "I need a new compass"

"I love the new compass I bought. "I need a new compass"

trasferibilir41 Alberi in pianta, NERO. Trasferelli-Trasferibili R41 in fogli 9x25cm. p. 339 .

trasferibilir41 Alberi in pianta, NERO. Trasferelli-Trasferibili R41 in fogli 9x25cm. p. 339 .

hiroyuki doi

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At first glance, this might look like your average glassware, but set it in sunlight and you’ll reveal something special. Its 45 degree sloping bottom divides the glass in two triangular sections. When the glass cup is filled with water, the top section becomes a water prism that allows passing sunlight to project a rainbow on whatever surface it rests on.

The 45 degree sloping bottom divides the glass in two triangular sections. When the glass cup is filled with water, the top section becomes a water prism that allows passing sunlight to project a rainbow on whatever surface it rests on.

Cool sake mug that reveals moonphases as you sip :-)

Moon Glass Designs Designs Designs Designs: Korean design studio Tale Co. created this clever sake cup that displays the different phases of the Moon as you drink:

Not a humane size for that poor goldfish, but it definitely makes for a cute succulent terrarium.

Glasscape Fishbowl by aruliden // Honoured with a red dot design award, and described as “beautiful” by The New York Times, it’s fair to say that the aruliden Glasscape has made a few waves in the world of design. each one is individually hand-blown

Is your green thumb more like the kiss of death?! If so, the Lander Planter is for you. Forgetting to water is the number one killer of houseplants. This design’s unique self-watering system ensures yours will always have the hydration it needs… all without any pumps or mechanical parts! In porcelain and wood, it’s also pretty to look at! It works via capillary action. Water slowly moves up from the reservoir base through the nylon wick to keep the soil wet.

Is your green thumb more like the kiss of death?! If so, the Lander Planter is for you. Forgetting to water is the number one killer of houseplants. This design’s unique self-watering system ensures yours will always have the hydration it needs… all without any pumps or mechanical parts! In porcelain and wood, it’s also pretty to look at! It works via capillary action. Water slowly moves up from the reservoir base through the nylon wick to keep the soil wet.