Quadrics – The ‘future’ of toys

Quadrics There is a new set of plastic toy figures coming out, designed by Maxim Zhestkov, that are making waves for their sleek, futuristic style.

Right now there are currently 2 figures in the series available with 2 more figures coming out later this year.

Each figure is about 8 inches tall and promises to take over your entire home. Really.

The figures are about $60 each and can be purchased from Fugitive Toys.

Umine Healing Theater

Umine Healing Theater So you’ve had a long day at work. You packed your lunch for the first time in 5 years in an effort to help yourself lose weight and save money and Joe Schmoe in the cubicle next to you railed on you the entire day. You got ticked and punched him in the face and next thing you know…you’re fired.

Okay, so maybe you’re day didn’t quite go like that…but you get the point.

What you need to help “heal” yourself from a bad day is the Umine Healing Theater!

This gadget, measuring in at around 6x7x6 inches, projects waves of light on your ceiling along with soothing sounds of the ocean to help you relax. Set if for 30 minutes, rest your head on your pillow, and take a few deep breaths. You’ll be relaxed in no time.

It will be available in mid-August for around $85 at HimeyShop.com.

Readymech Paper Toys

Readymech Paper Toys You like toys? You like art? You like crafts? Well first off, if you don’t you should. Second, you should checkout the paper toys from Readymech!

These are dozens of different characters for you to print out (they fit on an 8.5×11 sheet of paper) and fold and put all over the place to brighten someone’s day!

The only requirements for these toys are doubled-sided tape, thick matte paper (if you want them to last longer than a day), and about 10-15 minutes of your time for each toy!

Welcome to Decomodo!

First posts are always awkward. Seriously. We hardly even know each other and I’m supposed to write like we’ve been friends for ages. I don’t even know your name.

Okay, so I’ll go first.

My name is Josh. I run a little interactive design/development firm in Denver, CO. I’m originally from the dirty south (Mississippi). I love winter. My wife and I are parents to two pugs (Baxter and Sofia). I have a weird obsession with movies about apocalyptic size disasters. Most of those types of movies are made-for-TV type movies with horrible actors and cheesy special effects. They’re fantastic.

I started Decomodo mainly as a place to deposit all the random/cool/seriously-awesome stuff I come across day to day. I hope you like it and I hope to see you around in the comments!

Big gulps, eh? Well…see ya later.