Still looking for holiday inspiration? PSFK ushers in the festive season with a roundup of the best presents from our Gift Guide:
Japanese design studio nendo has worked with Coca-Cola to create ‘Bottleware‘, tableware made from glass Coca-Cola bottles that have deteriorated over the course of extensive recycling.
Singapore-based Saught is a social business that aims to create an international community of advocates through its collaborative model, championing for peace building efforts. It produces jewelry from landmines and unexploded ordnance to support sustainability in post-conflict countries such as Cambodia.
Blake London is a new British clothing company founded by Darius Pocha that mixes Savile Row craft, luxury fabrics, and high technology.
The Chaval Response-XRT gloves are high-tech gloves that can adjust the level of heat through nanotechnology (branded as alphaHEAT technology).
Popular South African skateboard ramp builder Dave Wit channels his love of skateboards in another interesting medium: sunglasses.
The Bright Eyes kit is a pair of DIY LED glasses that aims to inspire people to learn programming.
The Hot-Pot BBQ not only allows users to grow herbs, but you can also use it to cook your next meal.
Italian denim brand Replay has introduced jeans that feature a vinyl pocket and are equipped with a small bluetooth device.
JBL audio has recently unveiled a new portable speaker aimed at Apple users called the Soundfly.
French designer Thibaut Malet created a set of hand-carved, limited edition wooden characters inspired by the iconic LEGO figure.
Printstagram has launched a new service that offers Instagram users the chance to create a personalized daily calendar from their photo stream.
The Phoenix is a wireless speaker that makes it easier to listen to music everywhere and anywhere. The small cube-shaped device only weighs 200 grams and boasts an incredible battery life of eight hours on a single charge.
Spanish company One Moment has created a pair of shoes that is 100 percent biodegradable.
The TinkerBrick case looks like a LEGO piece and turns your iPod Touch into a LEGO-compatible device you can attach other small bricks to.