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Super funky Deafinate Style by Designaffairs Studio has designed a conceptual hearing aid. Now if you are deaf (and have tribal ear hole peircings), you can look positivly cool!

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How very Martin Margiela of them! via Hypebeast

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Is that not the most unfortunate name for a moderately interestingly designed pair of utensils?

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Intent on making the act of ironing more pleasing for millions of mothers out there, here comes the wireless Feinraus ironing kit!

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Bandai and Meiji have collaborated to form Mugen Chocolate or Chokoreeto! The endless chocolate breaking bar. Completely silly and useless I know, but that still doesn’t stop me from getting one!

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Love it! Threadles.

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Ooooh! Ahhhhh!

Xylobooks are handmade blank books bound in hardwoods using a binding we invented here at the shop. They were designed to marry traditional bookbinding methods with a clean, modern aesthetic that emphasizes the tactile nature of the materials and the connection between wood and paper. High-quality, recycled archival paper, cotton twill tape, and tiny iron nails create a sturdy, simple object.

Available from Container Corps.


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OMG! This is just too cute. Get it here!

*Singing

We all live in yellow submarine,
yellow submarine, yellow submarine,
We all live in yellow submarine,
yellow submarine, yellow submarine!

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Lathed wooden desklamps with rotating lids which act as switches to control the light intensity.

Droooooool.…..by Noon Studio.

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A hardback leather case for MacBook and MacBook Pro by twelve south.

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I am in love with the love pot! A great design idea paired with an even better social idea. I am ordering mine right now!

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Reach for the moon on a “Moon” ladder, flowers to complete the word flower in a vase, and a mug with a silicone ear that you could even pierce! Mike Mak has some cool ideas!

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Big Love Sigh.…

This exquisite little machine, the color of a delicate Italian caffelatte, caught my attention on the website of Australian motorcycle photographer Phil Aynsley. The picture was taken in a small village near Bassano del Grappa in northern Italy, and the bike appears to be a 1953 Laverda 75 Sport. That means it was built just five years after Francesco Laverda decided to create a lightweight motorcycle for his own use. By 1952, Laverda had created a factory team of four racing bikes to enter into the Milano-Taranta road race—and when all four bikes finished the race, the Laverda name was established in the motorcycling world. The 75 Sport, with a new tubular steel frame, then dominated the 1953 Motogiro d’Italia. And the rest, of course, is history.

Via Bike EXIF.


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Apart from the fact that I love to say it…foodpod foodpod foodpod…it’s also a fantasitc bright and fun way to steam or blanch your eggs, veggies, shellfish etc. Superb!

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Monocle has teamed up with BlackBerry to produce 100 unique Bold 9700 handsets. We have created our own wallpapers for the screens and each device comes pre-loaded with Monocle’s 25/25 travel guides to the best business cities and resorts in the world. We have also created a special strap. They have 16GB cards and are also supplied with battery, charging pod, world charger, media player headset, USB and gift packaging.” Buy it here because you know you want to!

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Loving the distressed packaging for an interesting “diamond” tipped pen, to allow for writing on glass. Beautiful work by Sruli Recht

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By showing  you a peekaboo of its insides, the Lyra colourstripe effectively soves the problem of labelling colouring pencils, as well as the age old “how do you redesign something as simple as a colouring pencil”. Stunning work by Formidable

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Simple. Beautiful. And very Japanese. by Shigeichirio Takeuchi via Dezeen

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I have been a long time admirer of the Typotheque Pocket Calendar.. and its now time for you to get yours now! And just in time too!

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Too bad this is limited to only 200 at Colette by Les Ateliers Ruby, cos I really really really could do with one! :D

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