• Pizza Compass App
  • Posted 15 months ago by staff · tech · 5193 Views
  • Ever struggled to find pizza late at night, travelling from one closed restaurant to the next? A new app from Daniel Blackman and Oak Studios called Pizza Compass aims to change all that. The app basically uses a pizza slice to point you in the direction of the nearest joint. If you don't like the option on the screen, you can spin the slice around until you find something that suits your needs. Once you're close to your destination, the slice even begins to steam to get your taste buds salivating. Once you hit a great spot, you can share it with your friends and write glowing reviews. Check out the promo below and download the app from the iTunes for 69p.

    www.pizza-compass.com

  • The Boobs Pillowcase
  • 15 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 2642 Views
  • Printed on 230 thread count Pima cotton, this Boob pattern pillowcase from San Francisco-based label Gravel & Gold Goods is guaranteed to give you a good night's sleep and inspire your dreams. Unfortunately though, there are so many boobs in the "Boobs" print that it's impossible...
  • Whisk Egg Yolk Separator
  • 15 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 4250 Views
  • Have trouble separating your egg yolks? Worry no longer, Chinese product designer Ivan Zhang has come up with a specially designed whisk that, while maintaining the original function of a whisk, integrates a void within the tip for easy egg separation. This may seem like an incredibly...
  • Video: Beyoncé for H&M Behind-The-Scenes
  • 15 months ago · style · 0 Comments · 4709 Views
  • Like the new Beyoncé for H&M commercial and print ads? Well, the Swedish retailer have now offered up a behind-the-scenes video showing us what went into making the campaign film. Directed by Jonas Ĺkerlund, the clip features the international superstar gyrating on the beach in the...
  • The Denim Series by Norse Projects
  • 15 months ago · style · 5 Comments · 5453 Views
  • As a homage to the timeless material denim, Danish label Norse Projects have released a new Denim Series cap pack. Influenced by the traditional American workwear of the 1870s, the design team selected specific denims from US suppliers to create two style and colourways with perfectly...