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Ask for mystake vintage collectors’ cards!

February 10, 2010

You can ask to put into your order at our famous retro super vintage postcards concerning ordering items. Our funs will get them for free. Edition is very short, so it’s a great secret. Tssssssss


HOWTIE: Elvis vs Einstein

February 3, 2010

World’s famous brainy Howties available in stylish orange.

Mystake E-e-e-shop!

February 19, 2009

Do not hesitate to order everything from Mystake at worldwide Mystake store

Howtie: only 8 at Top 10 Stupid Gifts 2008 :(

December 5, 2008


Unfortunately our Howtie is only 8 from 10 most stupid gifts 2008 by We’ll hardly work  to be the first in 2009!

howtie with Fred&friends at TrendsNow

July 28, 2008

The news are: our great friend Fred presents our howties to North American market. By TrendsNow

Icetris: geeked-out by Ripten

July 25, 2008

The Tetris shaped ice cube trays shown above (dubbed “icetris”) are the handy work of Dima Komissarov, a member of the Russian design studio Mystake. Unfortunately, the neon colored trays are not available for retro refreshment in the states just yet, and there is no word as to when that will change.

Kudos to the design team — the only thing left for them to create now is a giant rectangular glass big enough to hold a games worth of ice. By Ripten

Icetris at by SciFi

July 25, 2008
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Classic gaming gets an icy spin when you have Tetris shaped ice cubes

Like eating potato chips, Tetris was one of those games that you simply couldn’t play just once. We’ve seen other ways to get your Tetris fix before, but these ‘Icetris’ ice cube trays that pop out cubes in all of the classic Tetris shapes, are guaranteed to keep you swirling the ice in your highboy glass looking for the best gap free arrangement.
Just like the original, Icetris is a Russian creation, created by Dima Komissarov for the design site Mystake. Unfortunately, the Icetris trays are just a concept for now, but I think they’ve got a sure fire winner if they do go into production.