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Via are2.

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Union sunglasses

The thick acetate frame of these Union sunglasses, by eyewear company Han Kjobenhavn, are apparently inspired by 1970s welding glasses.

They are available for Spring/Summer 2011 in a series of cool colour options, including transparent grey, solid black and army tortoise, with either clear lenses or regular lenses.

Via PRIVATE.

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Elie Saab

Elie Saab

Cool photography by Willy Vanderperre and minimal typography for the Elie Saab Spring 2011 campaign.

Via Fashion Gone Rogue.

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ONDA Stool

Loving the Onda stool, in white polypropylene and stainless steel, by Jesus Gasca for Stua.

ONDA Stool

ONDA Stool

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Mads Berg: Franks

Cracking illustration from Mads Berg for Franks.

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Page magazine

Page magazine

Page. The Magazine.

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Ryan Cox wallpaper

Ryan Cox wallpaper

Fill the Blank wallpaper by Ryan Cox.

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Lego haunted house

How awesome is this creepy looking three story Victorian house, built entirely of Lego, by Mike Doyle.

“I am most interested in textures and the effect of layering textures over each other. To this end, the absence of color helps the viewer to focus on just this. Lego colors tend to be pretty harsh and unrealistic for my tastes, so I stick to black/white and grays. Without color, we dive right into form, which is where I want you to be.”

5′ x 3′ x 2′
50k – 60k Lego pieces.
Black, white, dark and bluish gray, clear trans and black trans colors used.
No foreign materials (wood, glue, paint or otherwise) were used – this is pure Lego.
Approx 450 hours to build.

Via Boing Boing.

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Adam Voorhes: Exploded Etch-A-Sketch

Exploded Etch-A-Sketch from the Exploded series by photographer Adam Voorhes.

Via this isn’t happiness.

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Charlotte di Calypso x Miles Aldridge

Certainly an original approach to photographing jewellery. Charlotte di Calypso photographed in the shower, by Miles Aldridge and styled by Alice Gentilucci.

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