Hooray! Sugru is now available at MoMA, and that means more people can fix and modify all sorts of things with this magic stuff. Sugru, if you’re not familiar with it already (Simon wrote about it back in 2010), is a self-setting rubber that you can mold like play-dough. It bonds to almost everything and sets into a flexible, water-proof silicone rubber overnight. Use it to make tools easier to grip, mend broken wires, put bumpers on your phone, and more. You may also buy the kit directly from Sugru ($22), fyi.
Made in the United Kingdom
Size: 8h x 4.72w x .47″d.
Material: Silicone Rubber
Designer: Jane Ni Dhulchoaintigh
Available from MoMA Store, 20.00.