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Thulhu Caine headphone

A perfect blend of functionality and stylish design, high-end Japanese manufacturer Thulhu have created what they believe to be the ultimate headphone.

The Thulhu Caine headphone is a sophisticated fusion of hand-crafted design and professional high-spec audio components, handmade in Japan incorporating high-grade wiring, perfect for adding warm, depth and breadth to mp3s and portable players.

Thulhu Caine headphone

The headband is constructed from Italian leather sourced from Florence, hand sewn and finished in Japan. The headphone cable can be tied together by the deer leather belt and loop holder, allowing the user to fold the cable into a compact loop and hang it from your belt (if that’s your thing..!).

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Behance Action Method

Loving these new additions to Behance’s excellent ‘Action Method’ line of paper products designed for organisation — The Action Journal, Action Cahier and Dot Grid Journal.

Behance Action Method

Behance Action Method

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DaylightCal

The new DaylightCal iPhone app, from Bureau for Visual Affairs, integrates dynamic daylight and weather information for any location worldwide and displays it by means of some beautiful examples of data visualisation.

I reckon it’s the perfect tool for assessing lighting conditions when pre-planning location photographic and film shoots.

DaylightCal is available for free download from the iTunes App Store.

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Zen Humidifier

Loving this humidifier from Masuza. Made of Japanese Cypress, it uses no electricity. Water is naturally drawn through the wood and evaporated into the air, infused with a faint lemony scent drawn from the wood itself. According to the designer, Shin Okada, this process evaporates water six times faster than if you left in in a glass.

Minimal, beautiful, and natural.

Via swissmiss.

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Ross Berens - Pluto

Pluto, from the Under the Milky Way poster series by Ross Berens.

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Rebellious Cabinet

The Rebellious Cabinet, from dutch designers OOOMS, is a piece of furniture guaranteed to annoy neat freaks. The drawers of this beautiful oak cabinet can never be fully closed. When closing one drawer, the one next to it will open a bit. If you want to open a drawer that is fully closed, you just hit, kick or push the drawer next to it.

My wife would hate it, but it’s refusal to conform is something I find rather admirable..!

Via NOTCOT.

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Beep

Beep

Beep, from Things of Colour, is a test-pattern style wallclock with integral retro style flip-clock mechanism.

Via swissmiss.

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1971 Hemi 'Cuda

Fake or not, Beach Boy Al Jardine’s ‘recreation’ 1971 Hemi ‘Cuda sure is a sweet looking automobile.

Via this isn’t happiness.

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Studio Makgill

Studio Makgill

It doesn’t get much more simple than the beautifully basic new website that Studio Makgill have built for  themselves, in collaboration with Systemantics.

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Moffit.Moffit

Moffit.Moffit

Oodles of beautiful brand identity and print work to be found in the folio of twin brothers, Andrew and Mark Moffit, aka Moffit.Moffit.

Via Grafikcache.

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