When working on a studio project, there's nothing more satisfying than those moments when you sweep all the trimmings and detritus off the table and onto the floor, allowing you to focus on only the pieces you're working on. Of course, it also makes a damn mess you'll have to sweep up later (or not at all, depending on how Mad Scientist you are).
Jack Talbert, a second-generation inventor who hails from Kansas, has a simple solution for this: The Portotrash, a simple rig that clips to the table and holds an ordinary plastic shopping bag you can sweep everything into. You can even store extra plastic bags in the chunky plastic part in the front.
The Portotrash is a Quirky project up for presale at $20 a pop. At press time Talbert's got just 148 out of the 1,000 committments necessary to see production, but you'll change that, right?