The Zipper Cup.

by Chris Gardner

Zipper Cup

The modern interlocking zipper was perfected in 1914 by Swedish-born Gideon Sundback. "Sundbäck developed a version based on interlocking teeth, the "Hookless No. 2", which was the modern metal zipper in all its essentials. In this fastener each tooth is punched to have a dimple on its bottom and a nib or conical projection on its top. The nib atop one tooth engages in the matching dimple in the bottom of the tooth that follows it on the other...

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A Mug with a Cookie Shelf.

by Chris Gardner

Pure. Simple. Genius.

A Mug with a Cookie Shelf.

"The Mocha Dunk Mug is the ideal cup for you if you like a couple of biscuits with your tea or coffee.

With the original, dual purpose dunking mug there's no need to juggle with a plate and cup and of course, you also save on the washing up afterwards"

 

And, there's a southpaw version for left-handed dunkers!

Purchase it here.

Via.

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Pantone Coffee Mugs.

by Chris Gardner

A mug for all those working in the design field: coffee mugs tinted and identified by their cooresponding Pantone color specifications.

Order a whole set and use them for inspiration, or as they correspond to your current project.

Pantone Coffee Mugs.
 

[Via Cribcandy] 

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The Designer’s Cup

by DIY Maven

The Designer’s Cup

Anyone who has attempted to put pencil to paper in an effort to bring to fruition a spark of inspiration will appreciate this witty mug available at World Market.

The cup, embellished with the preliminary schematic of its own design, would be a great addition to the desk of your favorite engineer or designer. And at only $3.99, you can treat yourself to one as well.

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