Electrolibrary

Electrolibrary” project by Polish artist Waldek Węgrzyn presents a new human-computer interface combining the classic feeling of handling a book with the interactivity of the computer.
Inspired by David Small’s “Rethinking the book” (1999) and El Lissitzky’s “The topography of typography” (1923), Węgrzyn has created a novel interface (pun intended) that he envisions could be used for an interactive children’s book.
See also article and manifesto.
Music: Fingerspitzenfuhl by Normal Music.
Link to original article.
Link to video.

G spot

G spot mouse by Andy Kurovets. It has all the buttons of a usual mouse, plus a secret one under the scroll for extra fun. Eeh sorry, functions.
Found here.

speak-er

Speech bubble-shaped Speak-er. Order here. Found here.

Real Life 2.0

(get a) Real life 2.0 com­puter win­dow wall sticker by getDigital.
Found here.

8 bit fashion

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A0 and A1 prints of 8 bit retro fashion created by Fashionary.
Found here. Order here.

Cityscape

City models made of computer components by Franco Recchia.
Found here.