This set of glasses illustrates the ancient paradox that an identical glass containing exactly the same amount of water may (depending on the mindset of the viewer) appear either predominantly empty or predominantly full. What determines the difference is the level of hope, energy and information that’s brought to bear on the scene; what separates hope from despair is the ability to tell different stories from the very same facts. The glasses urge us to examine our prejudices and hint at the ease with which we might, by looking at things from a slightly different angle, recover a more hopeful and joyful perspective on life.
A single leaf of Monstera deliciosa makes the natural shape for a slotted spoon or pasta server, and looks wonderful in your kitchen. Dishwasher safeSuitable for use in boiling water30cm long.
For all maths lovers - this is the logical set of pudding bowls for you! With proof to the classic theories of Euclid, Hippasus, Pythagoras and Gauss you will be entertained even after your pudding has gone. This would make a great gift for any...
A set of two plates; one with a lined paper pattern, the other featuring a graph paper design. Let these plates inspire your creative and academic brain. Whether you're writing an academic paper, article, or your first novel, these plates will help fill you with ideas and plot your...
No more explanations-on-the-back-of-a-napkin for you! This is the perfect place to capture light-bulb moments and leave messages (or design that entirely new type of engine) - and it all washes out for next time! Complete with 10 wash-out Doodle Colour markers. 100% Cotton Tablecloth with...