Dear Santa, My name is Philip, I’ve been a reasonably good boy and for Christmas I would like…

A couple of new products I’m hoping I might find under the Christmas Tree.

The Scratch & Scroll mousepad


You write on it with your finger (or a stylus) then lift the top layer of the pad and everything erases.  Just like an etch-a-sketch.

(It’s from a really interesting source, too.  Quirky.com develops products through a kind of crowdsourcing.  I also really like the Split Stick, a double-sided USB drive – one side for business, one side for personal. Visit the site, there’s some interesting stuff.)

The Fadeout Chair

From the very clever people at Nendo. Via the rather cunning application of acrylic legs, hand-painted to give the impression of wood grain, these chairs effectively float.

Too cool.

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About Philip O'Neill
Too much time spent thinking about clothes, advertising and music. And golf.

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