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Apple prototypes

Early Apple computer prototypes by Hartmut Esslinger, 1982/1983.

Images taken from the book Keep it Simple: The Early Design Years of Apple.

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Mogu-Kagu coaster

Mogu-Kagu coaster

These elegant coasters are handmade by Mitsugu Morita of Mogu-Kagu studios in Fukuoka, Japan. The slightly curved corner provides a graceful and whimsical characteristic, as well as making the coaster easier to grab and pick up. Crafted out of solid cherry and walnut, with an oil-based satin finish that enhances the natural color and beauty of the wood. Available from Ode to Things.

Via Milk n Sugar.

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Oda lamp

Oda floor lamp, by Sebastian Herkner for Pulpo.

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Bauhaus masterhouses restoration

Bauhaus masterhouses restoration

At the Bauhaus art school in Dessau, two original buildings designed by Walter Gropius have been restored and reinterpreted by german practice BFM Architekten. Photos by Christoph Rokitta.

Via Designboom.

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Moogfest 2014

Loving the website for Moogfest 2014.

OK… it may have a few usability issues but visually it certainly taps into the Moog geek mindset.

Designed by Logan Kelly from Moog‘s multimedia department in collaboration with Mat Lucas.

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Harpers Bazaar Spain June 2014

Lovely summer feel to the June 2014 cover of Harpers Bazaar Spain.

Via NAS CAPAS.

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MARK 50

Nice cover for the 50th edition of MARK magazine.

Via NAS CAPAS.

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Bauhaus typography

Bauhaus typography by Joost Schmidt, 1931.

Via McCray & Co.

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Fisher bullet space pen with clip

Original Fisher Bullet Space Pen with a matte finish and clip.

Available from Hypebeast shop.

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Wormhole Actualisation Machine

What’s it like to get sucked into a black hole and travel at hypersonic speeds through a wormhole? Alan Watts built this Arduino-based psychedelic spacetime visualizer to find out.

Via Boing Boing.

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