Ostrich Pillow

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Originally the Ostrich Pillow began making rounds on the web as nothing more than a novelty, a quirky looking product that we liked to share with our family and friends. The viral effect of the invention was enough to help the London based design team to move forward with the project.

It’s a known fact that power naps increase productivity, but the onslaught of yawns that plague us daily always seem to come at the worst time. With no bed in sight, what’s a would be productive worker to do? The Ostrich Pillow fills this void, letting you place your head and hands directly into the pillow for a cozy nap, no matter where you’re at.  Heading to Kickstarter, the Ostrich Pillow obliterated its $70,000 goal, and now it’s just a matter of time before we get our hands on the innovative pillow.

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