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The Bat-Chart Of (Nearly) Every Bat-Villain Batman Ever Beat

Batman turns 75 this year, and over that time he’s defeated so many baddies, even Alfred probably has trouble keeping track of them all. ZAP! Here’s a pulp-inspired chart from Pop Chart Lab that chronicles (nearly) every crim banished from the streets of Gotham.


Impossibly Adorable Glassware Inspired By Winnie The Pooh's Antics

Science hasn’t gotten around to officially proving it just yet, but everyone knows it’s all but impossible to hate Winnie the Pooh. Even though the yellow bear’s admitted to stealing honey, harassing rabbits, promoting obesity and other antics — that the designers at Nendo have captured in this adorable glassware collection featuring sculpted silicone lids and coasters.


A Vader Suitcase Can Even Squeeze Into A TIE Fighter's Overhead Bins

Even though it’s designed for kids, it’s going to be hard for adult Star Wars fans not to trade in their carry-on luggage for this awesome 3D Vader suitcase — even if they are Yoda-sized.


This Is Still The Most Beautiful Way To Learn How To Code

Regardless of whether or not you agree with the “code or die” sentiment that’s been floating around the internet, if you have decided to teach yourself to code, the sheer number of learn-to-code sites alone is overwhelming. So do yourself (and your eyes) a favour and pick up Jon Duckett’s JavaScript and jQuery book instead.


This PVC Pouch Folds Up Like Origami To Protect Precious Things

An origami-inspired purse sounds needlessly complex. Futzing around with folds when you’re trying to find your keys in the abyss of a bag? No thanks. But! But: The reality of this Distortion clutch, designed by tech-friendly design icon Issey Miyake, is rad. Like, I-would-definitely-carry-the-hell-out-of-this rad.


Test Your Origami Skills With This Intricate Metal Apollo Lunar Lander

By now, you’ve probably seen those Metal Earth foldable models in toy stores and at checkout stands all over the place. They’re this generation’s flat-packed foam gliders, but as you can see from this incredibly intricate Apollo Lunar Lander model, they require far more patience and skill to assemble.


Yes! You Can Buy A Waterproof Kindle Paperwhite

If reading really is all you’re in for, the Kindle Paperwhite is hands-down the best little e-reader around. But how do you improve on (near) perfection? Apparently, you waterproof the hell out of it.


Typographic Building Blocks Teach Your Kids The Dangers Of Papyrus

Many parents dream of their children growing up to be successful doctors, lucrative athletes, or award-winning performers. But if graphic designer or InDesign-savant are goals you’ve set for your kids, these beautiful font-themed Typeblocks will put them on the right path.


Write Way Outside The Lines With This Trippy Ruled Notebook

Most ruled journals out there are printed with lines that run from left to right, straight across the page. Pretty standard. Very straightforward. Somewhat sober. Then there’s this Inspiration Pad, a composition book on an acid trip. Lines akimbo. This thing is high as hell.


Start A Rebellion In Your Kitchen With An X-Wing Knife Holder

Would the Rebel Alliance have been able to defeat the Death Stars and the Empire flying a bunch of wooden blocks? No. Then why wouldn’t you want to store your kitchen knives in this X-wing shaped knife block that is clearly a superior design to a block of wood?