Oh yes! You read that correctly and there’s no spelling error either. Resembling a shiny gold bar, what you see here is really a cake. And as for the name 24 Carrot Cake, it has been taken quite literally; because 24 carrots were sincerely used in making it!
Check out these cute little wall decors! Made from laser cut MDF [medium-density fibreboard], these tree shaped forms beautifully integrate OS maps to translate into lively art pieces which you could call the map tree decors.
These beautiful geometrical shaped structures are the Iceberg Shelves, collectively called the MSGS. Inspired by the shape and form of icebergs, these have been created to adorn walls and serve as sculptural pieces to hold objects.
Check out this fabulous way to get creative with a birdhouse. Yes it’s Star Wars effect again — this time a R2-D2 inspired shelter for welcoming the cheerful winged guests! It’s built in pinewood, hand painted in acrylic and even fitted with LED.
Shark themed fun products are not so uncommon. Consider this sushi plate and soup bowl! Thrilling, right? Now you may add to this collection an ice shark maker, that creates a huge shark ice sculpture for your drink!
Do you love sushi? Because if you have a liking for it, you might like to check this out. A range of sushi inspired towels, that have strategically placed patterns so that they can be folded and rolled to mimic maki sushi rolls.
Stunning effect, right? What you see here is a recycled juice box lamp called Tetralamp constructed using discarded juice boxes. In order to create the lamp the packaging containers were first cut into strips, then folded into individual modules, to be held together by a special technique of origami.
Can you picture this gorilla to be a furniture piece? Absolutely not, right? Yet, it is. What’s also interesting is that the back of the gorilla is not the seat either! Well, the entire structure gets dismantled to serve as three separate furniture pieces. Check out the photo below and you will know how.