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Porcelain vs Lava Lights

Porcelain vs Lava Lights

These porcelain lamps by Chilean studio Great Things to People (gt2P) are turned on and off by stroking blobs of lava in their centres.

Swiping a finger over the smoothed chunks of lava alters an electrostatic field created by a capacitive sensor. This change in the field prompts a small electronic device, or microcontroller, to turn the light on and off.

Via Dezeen.

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Vanmoof T series urban bicycle

The T series urban compact cruiser bicycle from Vanmoof, features 2 gears, an anodized aluminum frame, front and rear disc brakes, a weather-resistant saddle with air suspension, puncture-resistant tyres and built in front and rear lights by Philips.

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Steel planter with house numbers

Steel planter with magnetic brass house numbers, from Schoolhouse Electric.

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Alfa Romeo 2600 SZ Zagato

1965 Alfa Romeo 2600 SZ Zagato.

Via Car Styling.

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Lost in Space replica B9 robot

Lost in Space replica B9 robot via andrewoonline.

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Adidas soccer ball

Beautiful soc­cer ball design by Maxim Bykov.

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Stilnovo floor lamp

Brass, Glass and Enameled Metal Floor Lamp by Stilnovo, c1950.

Via Kelly Hall.

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Multi-storey VW bus

This multi-storey VW minibus comes from Berger Stadel Walsh of Zurich.

Via Boing Boing.

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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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