1 3Doodler Pro by WobbleWorks
The original 3D-printing pen has been given an ooh- and ahh-inducing upgrade. The handheld tool can now print with real wood, bronze and copper materials, in addition to nylon and polycarbonate. Designed with architects and designers in mind, the 3Doodler Pro is a novel way of producing prototypes and exploring concepts.
2 Marble MacBook Skins by Uniqfind
Beautify your laptop with a precision-cut vinyl decal that can almost pass for real marble. The skins can be paired with a transparent polycarbonate case to protect computers from falls and spills.
3 Augmented Paper by Montblanc
The German luxury goods manufacturer has just unveiled a chic digital notebook kit that takes handwritten notes and turns them into searchable, editable digital files. Smart pen technology isn’t exactly new, but Montblanc’s kit injects a dose of sophistication, with an Italian leather carrying envelope, premium paper and a StarWalker writing tool that looks more classically luxe than newfangled tech.
4 Ink collection by Tom Dixon
For a more traditional note-taking and sketch-making experience, opt for these bright geometrically patterned books from Tom Dixon. The collection – a blank pocket, note and sketch book – features gold-edged papers that add flair to your doodles.
5 Univers Office Set by Brad Ascalon for Othr
This modular organization set, available in matte black or glossy white, is made in 3D printed porcelain. Arrange the components cohesively or individually, turning your hum-drum desk supplies into miniature works of art.
6 Flow lamp by Andreas Kowalewski for Normann Copenhagen
This modular LED table lamp – new for fall 2016 – can be adjusted to suit a myriad of activities. Its sculptural design features four individual metal elements that are joined in three sections, yet still able to bend and twist. Flow is available in black, white and green.
7 KarlBox by Karl Lagerfeld and Faber-Castell
This limited-edition, 350-piece art supply kit will set you back nearly $3,000. But one can dream. Iconic Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld teamed up with Faber-Castell to create this ultra luxe set of premium water-soluble coloured pencils, graphite pencils, painting brushes, sharpeners and erasers. The collection is organized by colour palette and housed in a black, lacquered wood box with removable drawers.