Globes have long been symbols of elegance — world travels, or international business plans. Now you can have a globe for your desk or shelf that is just as elegant as the rest of your office. The Simplicity Globe ($160) features a stunningly detailed clear globe on a stylish metal stand. If your world is transparent, shouldn’t your globe be as well?
When you work from a desk all day, you tend to be sitting a lot — so it’s important to make sure your rump is comfy and your back is supported. That’s no problem when you’re sitting in a Mirra Task Chair ($700). It features a TriFlex back support system, an AireWeave suspension seat, the passive Harmonic tilt mechanism for more natural reclining, and fits 95% of the population comfortably. All that, and it’s available in blue, citron, and graphite.
The Paper Mate Tandem ($5) combines a ballpoint pen and highlighter to make sure you'll never have to dig around looking for one or the other when you need it. The super handy two-in-one writing instrument features a twist grib, Lubriglide ink system, and smear resistant highlighter ink. In addition, the highlighter unit can be replaced with a refill after you've used it to mark all of the dirty words in the Dictionary at the library.
Uni-ball's Signo Pen Set ($25/set of 8) has the world's thinnest ball point tip — a diameter of 0.18 mm, or about the width of two human hairs. While currently only available in Japan, the Signo can be purchased online like most lustful objects. This set comes with 8 colors — orange, light blue, violet, pink, red, black, emerald, and blue. [via Wired]
According to Feng Shui masters, this Money Tree ($40) has the power to give you wealth and good fortune. According to us, it will look cool on your desk. So take the chance and buy one — you have nothing to lose and only desk vegetation and an interesting story to gain. It comes in a ribbed celadon Japanese porcelain pot along with the story of the money tree.