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Window sill

That lamp. That cute little robot. That simple vase made from a glass jar/laboratory flask combo. It’s the little things…

Another goodie from Trendenser.

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Globe Lamp

This Globe Lamp would make a nice little DIY project. How to transform a globe into a lamp, via Trendenser.

Anyone know Swedish..?

Via tokyo-bleep.

UPDATE:
It turns out Daniel Carlsten DOES know Swedish! Read on for his translation of the Trendenser article.

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Vivianne x Andrea D’Aquino

Vivianne photographed by Andrea D’Aquino for QVEST.

Via Fashion Gone Rogue.

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Rechner Calculator

Claimed to be the world’s first gesture based calculator, Rechner Calculator, designed by Berger & Föhr, is available as an app for iPhone and iPad.

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Central

Central

Central

Nice identity work for Central by Jorge León.

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Shinya Kimura

Shinya Kimura

Shinya Kimura on his 1957 Triumph 650 custom – The Needle.

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André Brito

More stunning images by Portuguese photographer, André Brito.

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Tama Art University Class of 2012

Loving these beautiful decorative glass vessels, found in Spoon & Tamago’s summary of the Tama Art University Class of 2012 Product Design Graduation Show

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Sterling Lens Cuff

Sterling Lens Cuff is a sterling silver bracelet modelled after an lens aperture ring.

Designed by re:vision.

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Famous Visual Services

Famous Visual Services

As well as a rather nice new website, Melbourne based studio, Famous Visual Services have a cool set of business cards, each with a slightly different colour shade across the back.

First they printed a solid fluoro yellow on all 250 cards. They then ran the cards back through the press adding dollops of fluoro red to the press as the cards were running. The result is a 250 step gradation from yellow to red across the print run. The name details were then letterpress printed in black.

Via Collate.

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