Since we spend much time at work it can be nice to use some of these incredible and creative design ideas to bring fun and pleasure to our office life.
My Document & My Photo Cases
The design turns the symbol everybody knows into a substantial bag.
Paperclips with arms used as bookmarks. They appear to look like people that have been stuck between your pages.
Designed by Andy Kurovets.
AOK Apple Calendar
An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
You won’t miss your rubbish anymore. Just shoot it right to the middle box, and you will get 1 rubbish score.
Ramo Branch Multi Tap
This is a dramatic representation of power consumption and how gadget-dependent we are. It looks more artistic than practical and can literally grow to branch out by simply fitting in modular socket stubs.
Designers: Lim Ruiwen & Yong Lin.
Gingko Leaf-It Stickers
Designed by Appree.
AIAIAI & Libertine Libertine USB Flash Drive
Every 2 GB USB is unique and made of wood.
New Folder Deposits
Free Form Ruler
It enables you to measure the length by “drawing” an invisible line, straight or curved. The unit of measurement is displayed and can be adjusted at the top.
This 300-page sticky notepad is perfect for poison pen notes, letters of resignation, hit lists, and office to-do’s.
Rotating 360° Lego Sockets
Rotating 360° is a multi-outlet socket which allows each socket on it to rotate.
Designed by D-BROS.
These cartoon-inspired paper clips are the perfect way to draw attention to what you’re really trying to say.
Only the owner of the cup can use his shaped key to close the hole, pour the coffee and enjoy the drinking.
Famous Mustache Pencils
USB Led Beverage Cooler
The LED Beverage Cooler is retro styled and has a small blue LED inside. The LED helps your drink stay cool.
The bookend is inserted in a concealed manner within the first book being supported, next to the binding of the book, so that the books seem to be hanging, almost collapsing on the figure under them.
Part pencil, part drumstick and totally ready to rock the office.
Like/Dislike Stamp Set
Use the Like stamp for things you like and the Dislike stamp for things you don’t like.