$170 from Zara.
A package cushioning alternative to foam peanuts. These crumpled up paper banknote look-alikes are reusable, recyclable, and biodegradable. I will be throwing a party soon with these as decor! $15 at ThinkOfThe.com
This elegantly designed deck of cards with its unique Jokers, Kings, Queens and Jacks, also add another unique touch. Play cards with style and intimidate your competition at the poker table. And if the color doesn’t entirely convince them of your expertise, then perhaps the face cards, printed with images that seem to belong in a graphic novel, will provide a good distraction to a bluff. Try these sleek, sophisticated monochromatic Black cards, they are also available in White. $16 at Yanko Design.
Liz promised me that we could use one as a coffee(coffin) table, year-round. She had no idea what she was getting herself into. Only $850 at VampFangs! However, I think we are looking for something more Victorian/Traditional.
Found at Madame Talbot’s posterious.
About $30 from Counter Objects.
My latest design. No color. No paper. The material is more of a plastic with a rubbery, yet silky feel (Plike, more info). My name is in raised lettering with elements of communication in a clear-coat varnish. The varnish is visible with light hitting it, otherwise it is indistinguishable. The edges are very smooth. The font used is Century, the same font as used on my personal site.
These were printed by Larry B. Newman Printing Company, located in Knoxville, TN. I highly recommend them. I worked with Brian McMillan throughout the process and was thoroughly impressed with his professionalism. I would love to hear some feedback.
The wonders of bulletproof glass plastic make this virtually indestructible briefcase possible. The Impervious Briefcase can withstand 250 lb-ft of force providing impressive protection for your laptop and other business essentials. It features a 2.6mm-thick scratch resistant shell, 420-denier nylon lining, accordion-style, padded interior compartments and organizational pockets. $100 at Hammacher.