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Mystery wheels

What a fine looking vehicle. If only I knew more about it.

Via Mexican Breath.

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Nixon Ranger 45

Loving the super chunky Ranger 45 wristwatch from Nixon.

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Concrete Ball LED hanging lamp

Concrete Ball LED hanging lamp

Concrete Ball LED hanging lamp

Germán González Garrido designed the Concrete Ball LED hanging lamp with the intention of embeding large LED COB chips during the casting process. As a result, the lamp is a monolithic concrete piece with no joints.

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Bruno Monguzzi

Schlemmer designs for Igor Strawinsky’s Les Noces, Museo Cantonale d’Arte, Lugano, 1987, by Bruno Monguzzi. Source Cooper Hewitt.

Via Casual Optimist.

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Foldwork

Foldwork

Foldwork, from Studio Berg, is a crossbreed between a sculptural wall piece and a clothing rack. It can be unfolded to provide more space for the laundry.

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Omega

A beautiful Omega Railmaster with an awesome strap.

Via Monastery of Style.

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Thonet S 1200 desk

S 1200 desk, designed by Randolf Schott for Thonet – a recent release inspired by the company’s original collection of classic Bauhaus furniture.

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#MA15-158

Via Daily Minimal.

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Eric Hu: Archigram poster

Eric Hu: Archigram poster

A 17 ft poster by Eric Hu celebrating the works of 1960’s avant-garde architecture group, Archigram. The poster features a customized typeface, stacked vertically and then collaged and intermixed with pieces and artifacts of Archigram’s drawings.

Metaphorically, this creates an entirely new megastructure and through the scale of the poster, the work reflects the rigor and passion of Archigram. The poster is then also designed so that it can be folded like an accordion and used as a book.

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Epaulette picture frame

Epaulette picture frame

Named after the French word for “shoulder piece”, Epaulette, by Ida Noemi, is a frame system with a greater flexibility than traditional frames, focusing on the corners.

The sides of the frame are held together by L-shaped corner profiles in copper, liberating the frame from any screws and fixed formats. The copper profiles are slid on to the corners as épaulettes and enhance the expression of the frame in a subtle, but characteristic way.

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