Korcraft has just recently launched and fully funded a Kickstarter campaign to create the world's smallest folding utility knife. This tiny blade is so small that the company claims that you might even forget you're carrying it. Pretty cool. The body can fit 12 common types of razor sharp blades and ships with #11 hobby blades to start with. The knife is about the same size as a standard key and offers a simple and secure single handed opening and closing mechanism as well as a locking feature to keep the knife extended when needed. Perfect for those looking for a versatile knife to carry without filling up your pockets or day bags. Preorders are available now.
Korcraft - World's Smallest Everyday Carry Blade
Eat What You Watch: A Cookbook for Movie Lovers
Ever watch a movie or TV show and think, 'Damn, that looks tasty?' Andrew Rea has and has created a new book that hopes to share some of Hollywood's most iconic movie dishes. Including plates from such classics las Harry Met Sally, Sixteen Candles, and The Gold Rush, these entries are perfect for adding some cinematic flair to your cooking repertoire.
MUJI Handy Paper Shredder
We picked one of these manual shredders from MUJI a few weeks ago and everyone in the office is loving it. There is something oddly satisfying from using this to shred mail. Its cathartic - almost therapeutic. One of our interns said her stress levels have gone down and that it was her 'meditation.' Crazy right? Now don't get us wrong - if you have a ton of mail to shred, it will take forever to shred. And thicker card stock won't work. But for that rainy sunday afternoon when you need to shred up a few envelopes or bills, this inexpensive shredder is a delight to pull out. Makes a great gift too.