These are some pretty sweet headphones from AIAIAI. Named ‘The Swirl’, they come on orange, black and green.


Angry Retail

Angry Retail make t-shirts and other nice designery objects. Check them out for some cool apparel for both boys and girls! I especially like the Argyle Skull jumper.


Laura J Potter

Laura J Potter makes beautiful, unassuming jewellery. The pieces have an innocent quality, which reflect, as she writes on her website, “Everyday habits and common belief”.


Rebound Designs

Ok so this sort of thing isn’t really my sort of thing, but for all the ladies out there Rebound Designs create these amazing bags made from old books. Shown above is the brilliant ‘Psychology Today’ bag.



Citizen:Citizen is an art concept/store created by Ju$t Another Rich Kid (Ken Courtney) and Tobias Wong. The website an experience unto itself. You, as the user are left to explore it’s vastness in a non-linear way, encountering many images and feelings before even seeing a product.


E-Paper Watch

Ok this is cool. With Amazon about to introduce their own e-book reader, Seiko have gone ahead and and made an e-paper watch. The prototype in the image above does seem to look very feminine but I’m sure a more masculine one will be made for the gadget boys.


Bone Socks

Considering fashions continuing fixation with skulls and skeletons, these (anatomically correct) bone socks come from an unlikely source. All Heart is a supplier of medical gowns and uniforms and is also the place where these socks can be found. For the low low price of only $19.98 you too can show the inner workings of your body on the outside!


Last Exit To Nowhere

Being a bit of a film geek, Last Exit To Nowhere is awesome. As they say on their site:

“home to a collection of unique shirt designs which are inspired and pay homage to some of the most memorable places, corporations and companies in 20th century fiction – from the sunny shores of Amity Island (Jaws) to the frozen climes of Outpost #31 (The Thing).”

I especially love the Tyrell Corp & Weyland-Yutani (from Bladerunner & Aliens respectively, and shown above), which are two of my favourite movies ever.


Oslo Stil

In the same vein as Hel Looks (which we’ve covered previously) comes Oslo Stil, this time as the name suggests, showing street fashion from Norway. I’m undecided as to whether the Finnish or the Norwegian have the best dress sense so it’s easier just to say that these Scandinavians have style!


Hel Looks

Hel Looks shows street fashion from Helsinki, Finland. You can see a wide variety of sub-cultures each with their own individual take on fashion.

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