Instead of seaweed, these sushi rolls are wrapped in plastic. It’s a clever creation that aims to make a point. Namely, “What goes in the ocean goes in you.” Surfrider Foundation sponsored this ad to make people aware of just how much plastic the fish we eat have consumed.
Fish on the West coast digest about 12,000 tons of plastic each year. So, the sushi in this image is rolled up in plastic bags, representing what we eat.
Eating pasta, especially the long-long spaghetti strings can get messy. So, next time you are thinking of an Italian night, don't forget to get a couple of these. They will change the whole eating experience.
Just one thing we must understand. If it's dishwasher safe, as it says it is, shouldn't the batteries be removed before?
Two in One
This has to be sold in every hardware store in the country. This great design is basically, a socket and an adapter in one item. And not only is it an adapter, but it's also a multi-adapter, so when multi friends come from multi countries, they can all share the same charging spot.
It can be a life-changer, as your UK friend and your Minessota cousin, are about to come at the same time, with the same dead battery on their mobile device.
This design innovation is far from intuitive. We don’t expect to see a fireplace suspended from the ceiling and dropping in on any random place in the room. The hanging fireplace is not, however, a new concept. The first one was designed by Dominique Imbert in 1967 in France.
Today, they look just as sleek and modern. If mounted securely and properly, it is totally safe.
Padlock Bike Rack
Where is the bike rack? No one has to ask that question if they are in the vicinity of these artsy bike lockers. High profile and creative use of space, the padlock design is the result of an art installation. The artist was commissioned by the city in 2010.
It is free for anyone to use and is located across from the public library in Nashville at Church Street Park.