David Pescovitz at 11:32 am Fri, Sep 21, 2012
ADVERTISE AT BOING BOING!
Apparently there’s a surrealist version of this cup, with fur lining.
But I’m going to hold out for the Treasure Table – the table that appears to be stuck in a floor.
I made a 3D printed sculpture that has the same effect, where the parts of the sculpture that touch the surface it sits on are truncated to make it look like it’s sinking into or rising out of it. Haven’t posted pics yet otherwise I’d post a link.
On the Japanese site you can have it white or “blown”
It’s better even than that. The second color is specified as “blowon.” Which is of course what you would do when your coffee is too hot.
Sadly AmazonJP sez it’s not available for shipment outside of Japan.
My car color, on the manifesto, is “brawn”. Hy, it’s a brawny crossover. Works.
Gotta love the r/l mixups. Fortunately, I live in Japan, so I’m ordering one, as soon as I can find where to order the ‘blowon’ version.
With only one point of contact, I’d be afraid the handle might shear off while I was lifting a full cup of coffee.
this! that thing better be steel-reinforced or no deal.
So that’s the bottomless cup of coffee.
Can only be made more awesome by writing USS Eldridge on the mug and possibly gluing it to the table.
Damned clipping errors.
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This is the original glass-plate negative of the iconic photo of construction workers eating lunch on a girder during the construction of Rockefeller Center's RCA building in 1932.
MysterGuitarMan's excellent "Dubstep Power Tools" video, a promo for a home improvement shopping site.
UPDATE: After you read this story, make sure you check out the follow up piece. Editors at Embargo Watch have found evidence that The Sustainable Food Trust manipulated the media to prevent public criticism of this paper.
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