Pretty much everyone has a coffee table in their house and pretty much everyone loves Pong, so a group of Uruguayan engineers have taken advantage of that overlap. They’ve brought Pong into the physical world, removing it from its previous pixelated build and building a physical, playable version into a coffee table. Like the original Atari game, the Pong paddles are moved by two large wheels on either side of the table, while the ball’s movement is enabled by magnets under the surface, and an LED panel at the top of the board keeps score. When the game is over and it’s time for more traditional entertainment, two covers flip over the wheels and the LED panel turns into a clock. The table can also stream music using Bluetooth and power up to four USB chargers. It comes in four color schemes, though we’re partial to the classic, with the old Pong logo and grayscale lined design.
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AVETTORE – AEREO LIMITED EDITION TABLE TENNIS TABLE
The fluidly and aerodynamic nature of the lucite creates a movement to this piece of art, while the leather accents reinforce stability and ground the model as a centerpiece in any setting. This visual juxtaposition is the ultimate contemporary showpiece for your home. The Avettore Table is also available in solid wood with your choice of species and color accents.
Their specialty is customization. So please note that Eleven Ravens can further customize your table in any way you wish. Corporate / logo branding is also an option.
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CLUG has been designed to be a great fit with just about every bike tire out there. With three versions of the Clug – one to fit standard road bike tires between 23 and 32mm (1 – 1.25″), one to fit hybrid tires between 33 and 42mm (1.3 – 1.75″) and one to fit big fat mountain bike tires 1.8 – 2.5″ (43 – 62mm).
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London’s Jack Bell Gallery brought two paintings by Ivorian artist Aboudia. Born and based in Abidjan, his work is brutal, layered, and heavily influenced by the clashes that followed Côte d’Ivoire’s 2010 presidential election. According to gallerist Jack Bell, “his paintings reference street art and vodou and look at social inequalities in downtown Abidjan.” Aboudia’s works are currently exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery in London, through September 2015. Please visit before it’s too late.
The Anton strainer bowl offers an inspired approach to washing and preparing vegetables. The bowl is ergonomically designed for ease of use, efficiency and multiple uses. By combining the handles with drainer you may rinse pasta or vegetables outside the sink, or drain anywhere. Furthermore, by having the ability to serve directly from the bowl, you save on kitchen space, washing and bills. The Anton bowl is made from food grade plastic (PP) polypropylene and BPA free-microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe
store name: Caveman Factory
seller: Ryann Aoukar
address: 6315 Kingston Pike, suite 1212 Knoxville, TN USA
We are not sure how long these will be on sale for so hurry. You are not just buying greatness, but something that is sure to hold it’s value even increase:
The porcelain plate series by Kehinde WIley includes six designs featuring details from paintings spanning 2008-2012. The six different faces — 3 male and 3 female — are cropped against colorful, vibrant backgrounds so the plates are equally decorative and functional. The back of each plate has easy holes for hanging, and they are microwave and dishwasher safe.
Each couple plate is 10.75″ and shows a stamped signature on the verso. The plates are individually boxed.
Stamped signature with title on verso.
Featuring details from:
Mrs. Graham (2012), oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches
Mary Little, Later Lady Carr (2012), oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches
Dacia Carter II (2012), oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches
Matar Mbaye II (2008), oil on canvas, 26 x 22 inches
Idrissa Ndiaye (2008), oil on linen, 26 x 22 inches
Mame Ngagne (2008), oil on canvas, 26 x 22 inches
You know that feeling when people come over and you realize you don’t have enough seats for everybody? Carry On, by Mattias Stenberg for OFFECCT, offers up another place to put that extra bum. It’s a portable stool that you can lug around your home or office for those times you need extra seating. Or you’re going to a friend’s house and they ask you if you have any extra chairs – bring the Carry On.
The rounded, fabric-covered form has a rotating wooden handle that lets you easily transport it from space to space. Slip the handle to the side when it’s time to sit. You can even stack several of these in a corner so they’re on hand when you need that extra seating. We think they are pretty cool.
Geometry Stool is composed of a half split log of Japanese cypress and a copper round rod. The copper round rod acts as a joint for connecting each half split log, therefore the tangent point of two different materials where logically meet in section has generated geometrical configuration.
Geometry Stool, by Koichi Futatsumata
Photography by Hiroshi Mizusaki
Wooden Hanno by David Weeks for Areaware
A super fun wooden gorilla with elastic band muscles that let you pose him into an endless amount of positions.
Like Hanno, the Greek voyager who discovered gorillas 2500 years ago, your Hanno is brave, strong, and curious. His powerful hardwood frame can hold many poses, and his elastic-band muscles and durable wood limbs make him almost impervious to breakage.
The wait is almost over as style comes to the table. ‘Utsusiwa’ is a ceramic tableware collection that retains the original textures of the simple, ordinary objects from which it is formed. The tactile memory of the prime object is transported onto the surface of the tableware and makes you want to touch it. The handcrafted collection is produced by Shuho Gama, a potter based in Kyoto who uses traditional Japanese methods to shape his wares. All the ceramics are made of natural clay and, because of their old-world construction, no two are exactly alike. Each piece is unique and it makes your mealtime delightful.