Not that I would know, but taking apart a Rubikâ€™s Cube and putting it back together again is sure to cause a certain amount of stress in the plastic parts over time. While such an activity may facilitate in the â€˜solvingâ€™ of the cube, it does nothing for having it stay a cohesive whole during… Continue reading Rubikâ€™s Cube Mug Needs No Solving
Puzzles fire the imagination; food fuels everything else. (Well, food ultimately supplies the fuel for everything, but hey, whoâ€™s counting?) To a young mind, food that is shaped like something it is not, can be a spark leading to bigger and better things in lifeâ€”or maybe they just hate crusts. Either way, the Lunch Punch… Continue reading Imaginative Crust Cutters are Nothing to Puzzle Over
Most concept designs never see the light of day. Of course, there is the rare success story (Iâ€™m looking at you Tauntaun sleeping bag), but concepts, when combined (usually) with students and 3D rendering software, generally produce nonsensical ideasâ€”or at least products that have unrealistic manufacturing expectations.
Feeding your child with the tried and true â€˜airplaneâ€™ method is all fine and good (it is tried and true for a reason), but for serious food fun it may be time to think of a more grounded approach. The Child Puzzle Tray by Wendy Boudewijns for Royalvkb practically guarantees your kid will be distracted… Continue reading Play with your food (tray)
Officially licensed by Rubikâ€™s, this spin on the popular puzzle features dimensions that are the exact shape and size of the original time-chewer. However this time the puzzle that has frustrated so many, can be solved by anybody. The Rubikâ€™s Cube Salt and Pepper Mills are built around a durable ceramic mill for grinding varying… Continue reading No need to remove the stickers on this Rubikâ€™s Cube