Özge ekinci

Özge ekinci

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night owl

this was my life before having a kid! Oh the joys of being a night person. And it takes months to get on a normal sleep schedule, but just one day of going to bed late and you fall right back into being awake all night! Story of my life.

The Scan Toaster, designed by South Korean designer Sung Bae Chang for the Electrolux Design Lab 2008 competition, can print the news, weather forecasts and photos directly onto the bread. The concept is simple -- just plug the toaster into a free USB port, place the bread, and the software will burn whatever it is you want.

Scan Toaster by Sung Bae Chang. With the help of hot wires that rotate within a radius, the USB toaster prints news, weather and snapshots onto slices of your morning toast.

Ghostbusters neon light

Ghosts and poltergeists will stay far away from your house since they know that with the sign comes humans with proton packs. This neon Ghostbusters sign measures x and features a universal power cord with adapter.

Key Socks perfect for heels or flats! No blisters, keeps you warm and no sweaty feet.

-- Key Socks perfect for heels or flats! No blisters, keeps you warm and no sweaty feet. I don't have sweaty feet but I need to get me some of these so I can where my heels in the winter time with skinny jeans an my feet not freeze

A huge hidden painting on a rooftop was created as a viral game that appears on Google Earth. Melanie Coles, Vancouver, Canada.

Canadian artist Melanie Coles built a large image of the iconic “Waldo” onto a rooftop at an undisclosed location in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.