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As simple a watch as you can possibly get. Mutewatch from Sweden design the ultimate anti-timepiece.

The Mutewatch is designed to be simple and intuitive. Just tap the flat surface and the touch screen lights up, then swipe through the functions clock, alarm and timer.

You set the time for your alarms by tapping directly on the digits – tap on the top of the digit for a higher number or on the bottom of the digit for a lower one. When you want to erase an alarm, simply pinch the touch screen.

The Mutewatch also features a built-in motion sensor that registers your movement and automatically adjusts the strength of the vibrations. So, whether you’re sleeping, on stage giving a presentation or doing your work out, the Mutewatch will keep you updated on your next step.

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I love Gildem’s small collection of products. Pretty but not cute.

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Olafur Eliasson has just completed a rainbow coloured viewing gallery on the top of the ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark.

Imagine Your rainbow panorama as an instrument that tunes you – its user – so that your body is transformed into a colour resonator. Enveloped in the rainbow environment, you produce afterimages in hues complementary to the colours in the glass panes around you. If you look at the city through red glass, your eyes develop a green afterimage. If you maintain a quick pace, the colours remain vibrant. But if you pause in one colour zone, the hue around you grows pale while the colours in your peripheral vision, where the walkway curves, intensify. Colour intensities depend on your speed.

 

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The Snow Global by Neil Conley communicates the message clearly and beautifully. Precious golden representations of animals affected by the BP oil spill covered in black oil. Stunning.

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Sit on me!” the chair says… by shestakovych

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Showcasing the crazy colours of Greek designer Mary Katrantzou, taken by NY-based photographer Erik Madigan Heck for A MAGAZINE. via ablogcuratedby

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Don’t these Selfridges branded candy cubes look too cute to eat!

Bring back childhood memories with Selfridges’ pineapple cubes. Handmade in copper pans over open flames and presented in a retro glass sweet bottle, they’re a charming gift idea for the big kids as well as the younger ones.

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German conceptual artist Hans-Peter Feldmann tacked 100,000 $1 bills to the walls of a large gallery off the Frank Lloyd Wright ramp. via ThisIsColossal

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What do you mean you have no use for a mouse keychain? Get yourself one for just USD50 at notahipster.com

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I am in love with the dreamy rainbow colours set against the caves and wlderness. by Brice Bischoff.

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Some serious cool shit from Denmark fashion label uncommon creatures.

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I love terracotta anything, especially when they come in such lovely shapes. by Switzerland-based designer Tomáš Král.

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Simply beautiful. By Etienne Cliquet.

Flotilla is a series of videos of micro-origamis (2 ou 3 centimeters long) which are opening slowly onto the surface of the water by capillarity.

Flottille (detail) from Etienne Cliquet on Vimeo.

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A stool made from a whole lamb, with the real hoofs substituted with shiny chrome ones. by Atlason

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A simple solution for a client in a kinda boring industry. by Rejane Dal Bello

OVG is a Dutch real estate developer with an innovative approach. The strength of OVG is it’s comprehensive real estate strategies – with a strong focus on integrated solutions that allow clients to prosper, therefore OVG is a platform that envisions and develops concrete ideas into the world, regarding each clients different needs and strategy plan.

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WAHA! Contribution by Brock Davis to the Boing Boing Flickr Pool.

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A whale of a time! By Alessan­dra Baldereschi.

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Lovely piece of orange publication by Gabrielle Guy for World Vision.

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I like this simple, type-based, colour enhanced solution for Chromatologies, a festival of digital art and music in Rotherham, by Qubik Design.

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Delightfully colourful and purposefully messy illustrations by Randy Knott.

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