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Car of the future

Page from a promotional sales brochure for the 1970 Volkswagen Beetle called Presenting the car of the future.

Look how cool the parking meters of the future look..!

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1965 Shelby 289 Cobra Alloy

1965 Shelby 289 Cobra Alloy

1965 Shelby 289 Cobra Alloy

Outfitted with a polished aluminum body, this 1965 Shelby 289 Cobra Alloy was originally purchased by the legendary automotive designer and racing driver Carroll Shelby to add to his collection of cars.

The car is in pristine condition, has only 56 original miles on the odometer and will be auctioned off on November 15.

Via RM Auctions.

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George Nelson Swag Leg Chair

Via Herman Miller on Instagram.

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Sharon Fujimoto

Art glass vase by California-born fourth generation Japanese-American glass-blower, Sharon Fujimoto.

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Grégoire de Lafforest

Wardrobe “Exo”, by Grégoire de Lafforest, for Galerie Gosserez.

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Lambretta 125D

Source unknown.

Via Veloisto.

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Infrared electric heater

Infrared electric heater

Infrared electric heater

Love these infrared heaters from Plusminuszero.

Via Milk n’ Sugar.

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Wodden ghosts

Wodden ghosts

Awesome wooden ghosts in solid oak, handmade in Denmark by The Oak Men. Available in two sizes – the smaller is called ‘Crackhead’ – the crack in its head can be used to hold postcards, photos, business cards et cetera. The larger is called ‘Butternut’.

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Braun quartz

Via tiefgang.

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Spool Dock

Spool Dock

Quell & Company’s swivelling Spool Dock works as both a charging dock and cable manager. Carefully chosen materials such as white oak, Merino wool felt and a heavy cast metal base, make this fine iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad Mini compatable dock more in keeping with interior design than technology design.

Via Dezeen.

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