I think I just had a plantgasm. I’d love to link you to where these things are for sale, however this is only (!) an art project by German artist Miriam Aust. (via designboom)
Three radios designed by Dieter Rams for Braun between 1959-1963. While you’re at it, why not brush up on Rams ten principles for good design. (via annelinnting)
The LOS#2 by Crealev is now on sale via Los!Concepts. This particular levitating light source will set you back about $1,800. (via doorknob)
I guess this is better than your entire controller being hurled at your TV, now it’ll just be a harmless barrage of plastic bricks. For sale at your local Toys Я Us. (via mocoloco)
Details are sketchy but this appears to be from a 2006 exhibit in Germany called FashionPunk. More images via Behance.
Yumaki makes some beautiful ergonomic toothbrushes. They’re recyclable and if you send back three you get one free. You can even get a subscription. (via quipsologies)
For sale on Etsy, only one set left! (via this soap-tastic post on holycool)
Stop by Christie’s on October 19 for your chance to bid on a complete set of Renaissance silver playing cards made in 1616 by Michael Frömmer in Augsburg, Germany. It is the only known complete set in the world and is estimated to sell for $150,000-250,000.
Out of your range? Check out the new Sentinels playing cards by theory11. Only $6.00/deck.
(via history blog and ffffound respectively)