Arthur Wu, who is clearly a bread heating genius, has designed the Toasty Single Serving Toaster. It looks like a cross between a cassette tape player and an appliance from the 50's, which makes it awesome. It may only heat one piece of bread at a time, but who cares, it has a freaking toggle switch. But a word of advice from personal experience - no matter how drunk you get, it still won't play your favorite Thin Lizzy tape. Try all you want, but the result will just make you sad (and set off the smoke detector).
Toasty The Tape Player Toaster [yankodesign]
This is the Trebuchet Toaster by designer Ivo Vos, whose name is the same forwards as it is backwards. *poker face* You just dial in the angle and launch power needed to shoot your toast right next to your eggs (by firing half a loaf onto the floor and having to leave for wor... / Continue →
Nathan Shields is a man. A man with children (making him a...father? uncle? I suck at relationships *zing*). A man with children who he makes insane pancake art for. Why? Because if he doesn't they might turn to waffles. And waffles, as we all well know, are the gateway ... / Continue →
Personally, I'm happy just as long as the bread's not moldy, I've never really had a problem with toasters. But apparently a lot of people really struggle with them. Dummies. The Roastie Toaster features a ring of heating elements around its spherical exterior for even bread ... / Continue →