Ever wondered what happens to a computer keyboard when it's superseded by a slimmer, sleeker new one?
Some lucky keyboards avoid the ignominy of having dregs of tea splashed all over them and crumbs getting caught inside them.
The Keybag takes real keys from computer keyboards and uses them to make a practical and eye-catching shopper bag. The Keybag's maker describes the design as a "container" consisting of 393 computer keyboard keys.
The interior is of black nylon fabric. The "pochete" bag weighs 480g, is 300 wide and 50mm deep and comes in a choice of four colours. It costs a fairly astronomical £129, however.
Details at http://www.joaosabino.pt/