Heinz has released a new ketchup product that is flavored with the beloved and trendy condiment sriracha. In the Heinz press release on the product, brand manager Joseph Giallanella said, “The new offering adds a new kick to your favorite foods and recipes, pairing well with cheeseburgers, French fries and hot dogs, and is the perfect flavor boost for chicken and eggs.”
These Sushi Cushion pillows looks adoable. Lean back while you lie on your sofa and read a magazine or watch your favorite flicks to unwind from a long and stressful day. The Sushi Pillow is available online for $45.
This is the Supersize Bed designed and built by Cecilia Carey and Harry Parr. It looks suspiciously like a giant pack of McDonald's fries. All the fries are actually removable pillows though, so you and a sleepover friend can use them to try to beat each other off the bed like American Gladiators. "The Supersize Bed is a collaboration with architectural foodsmith Harry Parr. The supersize style chip bed is both compelling and functional. Taken out of their 'carton', an armful of chips can be stacked up as flexible bolster cushions"
The sculptural stairway was installed in a custom-designed Mumbai apartment and features continuous, flowing lines that connect many of the highest and lowest steps together. This beautiful wooden staircase by Mexican firm Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop.
The Garbage Dress by artist Robin Barcus Slonina. Robin Barcus Slonina is an artist who creates novel items of clothing from unusual materials, such as a bikini made out of poker chips and a dress made of wiffle balls. This dress made of garbage bags represents New York. Slonina made her dress out of garbage bags filled with newspapers--specifically, The New York Times. The entire dress is thus recyclable. You can see more photos of it on her Facebook page.
The Planetary Plates from thinkgeek, including Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Set of 8, one plate per planet Materials: Melamine Dimensions: 10" diameter Dishwasher and microwave-safe
Mad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser has all he needs in his compact, 580-square-foot Hollywood abode. Designed by Funn Roberts, the cabin was designed with a “Japanese-industrial” look in mind. This house really has everything one would need, including open shower space, a patio and even a suspended bed. I like the bed. A 300 lb weight keeps the bed down.
Custom design specialists Tom Spina Designs created these Death Star wall-tiles for a Star Wars themed home theater project. There are 14 master tiles, 12" x 12", and they're 3-4" deep, with fine-grained detail. There are 14 different ones, each 3 to 4 inches deep. The set was created for a client that was looking to create a fancy home theatre.
Just off the coast of Tanzania, The Manta Resort on Pemba Island has added a beautiful, other-worldly underwater bedroom to their original 16-room offering. The underwater room, designed by Swedish Genberg Underwater Hotels, is located in the middle of a Swedish lake. Human's dream to sleep with fishes has come true.