The Power Curl is an ingenious little invention to deal with the annoyance that is the two piece Mac power cord: basically it makes it easy and space-saving to pack and unravel your power cords, without having to unravel them, and without having to use up all of the space in your Grid-It in order […]
I’ve featured some of the sets by Lego Architecture before, but it looks like they’ve got a bunch of new ones out, including this Fallingwater one, which would make a great gift for anyone on your list who loves Frank Lloyd Wright. (Photo above is from blipsman‘s photostream on Flickr.)
The Double Dish by Joseph Joseph is a clever solution to leaving nasty nut shells, cherry pits, and edamame peels all over your living room if ever I saw one.
Hey, did you guys know that Angie from A Whole Lot of Nothing has an online store for kids called Good for the Kids? Well, color me an idiot because she has had it all this time and I didn’t know, and I’ve never featured her here on Commodity Fetishism, despite the fact that she […]
These Zen Blocks are a kind of cool alternative to the usual ABC blocks for a baby gift.
Mini is so into robots lately, I think these robot stencils might be a good stocking stuffer.
Recycled crayons are nothing new, and they aren’t really tough to make, either, but if you’re too lazy, or not interested in the ring designs that are popular right now for your kid’s next birthday party, check out the designs available from Zebree on Etsy. They have a ton and will even make up custom […]
Am I afraid to dress my preschooler in rain boots that look like dinosaurs? No, I am most certainly not afraid. I figure I have one, maybe two more years left of this, tops.
I know, I know — I am always putting lunchboxes on here. What can I say? There are a lot of cute lunchboxes out there. But I finally bought this one for Mini last week after I decided the Stegosaurus one I got last year had seen better days. Mini is still fond of dinosaurs, […]
You might think that, as a recovering alcoholic, I would have a problem with this trend of fetishizing prescription drug paraphernalia into jewelry and home decoration items. I do, in theory, but not in practice. Take these Pill Carafes by Jonathan Adler — I should find them annoying and offensive, and I probably would, were […]