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Ramp Magazin

Ramp Magazin

Ramp Magazin

Ramp Magazin.

Via NAS CAPAS.

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Kagari Yusuke

Using white putty as a finish for the leather in all of his pieces, Kagari Yusuke is a leather bag artist, who sees his bags as a wall that differentiates public and private space.

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Fan Ho

Loving this, by Chinese director/photographer Fan Ho.

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bigger than giants

bigger than giants

Found these these cool t-shirt designs whilst browsing through Bigger Than Giants awesome portfolio of work.

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Bye Bye Bulb

In response to the phasing out of incandescent light bulbs in Europe, German product and jewellery designer Daniel Michel has designed a lamp comprising the skeleton of a shade and an invisible bulb.

Bye Bye Bulb

Bye Bye Bulb, has an LED light source hidden inside what would normally be the bulb socket.

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Herman Miller Mirra

Love this pic I found on Effektive’s blog, of a disassembled Herman Miller Mirra chair.

Herman Miller Mirra

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Effektive - Time To Put Our Heads Together

Effektive - Time To Put Our Heads Together

Cool print by Glasgow based design studio, Effektive.

The studio has released a limited edition of 50 hand-numbered and signed A2 prints of this fine piece of work, silkscreened in metallic silver on black plike by GF Smith and 25 hand-numbered black onto pearl grey pilke. They are available now for £20+P&P from the Effektive online shop.

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Sølve Sundsbø x Karen Elson

Stunning shots of Karen Elson by Sølve Sundsbø.

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On A Mountain Top

On A Mountain Top.

Via Datafobik.

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Electric Chess

This electric chess set, devised by American architect and competitive chess player, Brent Blake, uses low-wattage transparent, coloured and clear bulbs as chess pieces, on a board formed from low power electrical sockets mounted in plexi-glass.

Electric Chess

Instead of shape and form, colour is used to distinguish the pieces from each other — captured pieces are placed in the side sockets which are not powered, implying the message ‘lights out’ for those pieces.

Via designboom.

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