Sneak is very impressed by the products of Dutch design company Oooms. Need a place to sit unseen, to observe humans in their natural habitat (or is that just Sneak)? You need the foldaway, flat-packed City Hideout - a big cardboard box that looks exactly like an anonymous lump of galvanised industrial street furniture. Need something to sit on while you watch the world go by through the slats of your cardbox box? Try the Lo-Res Chair, a piece of furniture inspired by crappy digital pictures of chairs. And finally, need somewhere to record your observations? How about a USB memory stick made from, well, a stick. Sadly, while the hideout and chair seem not to be for sale, the attractively knobbly sticks are, but at the kind of prices that will not see Sneak rushing to fetch one. Instead a no-brand USB key, a pot of glue and a hacksaw might all be having a midnight rendezvous in the local park this evening.
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