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Cattiva e-bike

Featuring a beautifully minimal steel frame, the Cattiva e-bike from Vrum is an assisted hybrid bike, powered by the very smart Bike+ hub from ZeHus.

Electrical assistance, optimally transferred to the road by the Cattiva design, gives you the extra boost you need for sprinting at traffic lights and racing up hills. When you need an extra push to take you to the next riding level, Cattiva helps you move faster and save your energy.

In this way, electrical power is basically used only when really useful and in general, much less than on a normal e-bike.

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Sorapot

Sorapot

Sorapot

Sorapot, by Joey Roth, is a simple, minimalist teapot made from investment cast stainless steel and borosilicate glass.

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Stop, Think, Make

Domenic Bahmann’s Stop, Think, Make takes a new look at the world using everyday objects.

Via Quipsologies.

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Rahmens Cherry Blossom Front 345

Rahmens Cherry Blossom Front 345 poster, designed by Good Design Company, 2004.

Via Gurafiku.

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Cabin Fever Honda XR650 custom

Cabin Fever is a sweet, lightweight, 70’s style custom based on a Honda XR650 motorcycle.

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Sputnik

Replica Sputnik I Satellite.

Original Sputnik designed by Sergei Pavlovich Korolev and Oleg Ivanovsky.

Courtesy of Science Museum, London/SSPL.

Star City – Nottingham Contemporary 12 February – 18 April 2010. Photo Andy Keate.

Via Nottingham Contemporary.

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Skeletubes

An ongoing series of hand-painted vintage vacuum tubes by Noah Scalin.

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Marie Olsson Nylander

The beautiful home of interior stylist Marie Olsson Nylander, photographed by Sara Svenningrud.

Via Catview.

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Neon pink masking tape

For Moa, it’s all in the details…

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Alison Worman scarves

Alison Worman scarves

Beautiful scarves by Alison Worman.

Via IIIINSPIRED.

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