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Anglepoise Type 13

Anglepoise Type 13

Anglepoise Type 3 designed by Kenneth Grange.

Uniform Experiment iPod Boombox

Electronics specialists LASONiC have got together with Japanese label, Uniform Experiment to create this new age ghetto blaster.

Available via SOPHNET soon.

Via HYPEBEAST.

Pico tile collection

Pico tile collection

Pico tile collection

Pico is a tile collection conceived by French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Italian ceramics company Mutina. Composed of compressed sand and mixed minerals, the series maintains the rawness of handmade cement and traditional earth floors, letting the materials convey their natural characteristics.

Starting with neutral base shades of white, grey, and sand, the matte surfaces have depth from an irregular pattern of either inverted or elevated dots. Tones of red and blue can be applied as little dots in the hollows to make the tiles colder or warmer in tone. Also contrasting dotted relief tiles on vertical surfaces with indented dots on horizontal surfaces, or vice versa, can lead to interesting effects.

Via designboom.

Electric paper plane conversion kit

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Mystery helmet

Via Symmetry Symptom.

1975 Kawasaki S1 Café Racer

1975 Kawasaki S1 Café Racer

1975 Kawasaki S1 Café’ Racer.

Via LE CONTAINER.

Bearbrick Horizon 400%

The latest Bearbrick from Medicom, the Horizon, is made from hand finished Karimoku wood and is due for release on the 30th of July.

Via Hypebeast.

Lightweight Lightings

Lightweight Lightings

Lightweight Lightings is a flexible lighting system designed by Estonian designer Margus Triibmann for his studio, Keha3.

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Kenneth Grange Parking Meter

The great thing about Kenneth Grange’s classic parking meter was that, like all good pieces of functional design, it became part of the landscape, blending into invisibility until you parked your car alongside and were required to use it.

A retrospective of Grange’s work, Kenneth Grange: Making Modern Britain, is currently showing at the Design Museum in London.

Slow Moves

Inspired by scuba diving tanks, Slow Moves, by Eindhoven-based designer Bas Van Raay of Studio Vraay, is a lighting fixture featuring a small two-watt, high-power LED light. Produced in a limited edition series for the Karena Schuessler Gallery in Berlin.

Via designboom.

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