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Relumine

Designed by Katharina Mischer and Thomas Traxler of Vienna-based studio, mischer’traxler, each Relumine unit uses two, discarded lamps, which are disassembled, sanded, newly lacquered and adapted with newer technology, before they are connected by a glass tube which holds a fluorescent tube. Together these two lamps need less energy than each one in it’s previous life.

Via Creative Journal.

Ralph Lauren's Garage

Ralph Lauren's Garage

Ralph Lauren's Garage

Ralph Lauren's Garage

Ralph Lauren certainly has himself an enviable collection of classic automobiles.

Photographs by Todd Eberle for Vanity Fair.

Shrimp armchair

Shrimp, designed by Stuttgart based Jehs+Laub for German manufacturers, Cor, owes it’s crustacean-like appearance to a shell made from bent 2D-plywood.

Shrimp armchair

Shrimp armchair

Globus Chair

Globus Chair

The stunning Milwaukee Art Museum extension, by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, has been beautifully equipped with the Globus chair, designed in 1994 by Jesus Gasca.

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Blog-a-lot t-shirt

From RAYGUN.

Love cog

Via Milano Fixed.

Beetle cabriolet

Oh my…!

Via Tokyo Bleep.

vaiss.eau

vaiss.eau

vaiss.eau

vaiss.eau, by German designer Hanna Krüger, is a mouth-blown, double-walled glass  pendant lamp with a form that traces back to historical forms of glass bottles and bowls.

Kompott: Boxes

Kompott: Boxes

Boxes is a neat, modular stackable storage system based on simple wooden boxes, by Kompott.

O-Product

Photo: Paula Thomas.

Launched in 1988, the Olympus O-Product was an aluminium bodied, 35mm compact camera, featuring a detachable strobe unit and a bold geometric design based on circles and a square, making it reminiscent of hardware from the 1920s and ’30s. It was sold as a pre-ordered limited edition of 10,000 units in Japan and 10,000 overseas.

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