We got new Primal cards several months ago. They're made of strong paper surrounded by some kind of plastic-like stuff that could probably withstand the worst of elements. That's always good to know in case I ever need to hand some cards out to hikers on top of Mt. Everest or something. My pal Vegas here at work (he's a 3D animator) decided to test the durability of our new cards by placing one in a glass of water to see how long it would last before it started to warp. The verdict? Over 24 hours.
I found this cool item in an antique market about a year or two ago: The Pancaker. Not the best of names for a kitchen utensil, but man, what a nice dose of mid-century modern design the box packaging provides:
The item was still inside the box, which is always a plus. Not as cool looking as the packaging suggests, but still pretty neat:
Look, I tried to pose like the design-y hand on the cover:
It's not as easy as it seems.
I came to work one day and found my one and only Dunny designed by my very talented pal Ingri posed like so:
At first glance I thought, "who's been messing with my stuff on my desk?" Then it dawned on me: Ava. She had been hanging out in my office the previous day.
I've kept him hanging on like that ever since.