Another Bloody Water

Aussie-based water bottling operation Another Bloody Water brings some serious sass to the table. Their disregard for overly pretentious competitors shows in everything from their irreverent name to their simplistic design (consisting of a dazzling palette of white, gray and black) and the oft-acerbic commentary on their blog. Down with the flowery language. Down with the Caribbean vistas. It's just bloody water. Thankfully their low-brow …

Eco-Pocke-My-Hashi Portable Chopsticks

An eco-friendly and vibrant solution to the rampant waste of disposable chopsticks (250 billion are trashed yearly), Yuento's travel-friendly alternative comes with a portable poly-carbonate case and silicon cap that doubles as a rest between bites. The designers make the chopsticks themselves—dubbed Eco-Pocke-My-Hashi—out of durable and sustainable bamboo in 12 vivid colors. Buy a set of Eco-Pocke-My-Hashi for ¥1,135 (just under $12) through Idea.

Re-Imagining Chinatown: An Interactive Planning Process

Urban visionary James Rojas captures the energy of L.A.'s transient Chinatown environment in his exhibit Re-imagining Chinatown: An Interactive Planning Process. Nationally acclaimed for his insight into U.S. Latino urban built culture and co-founder of the Latino Urban Forum, Rojas brings his intimacy with community to the exhibition aiming to create an installation that "mimics the dynamic and collective nature of urban life." The exhibit …