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Inge Jacobsen cross-stitches old covers of Vogue and instantly makes art out of fashion.

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I hereby declare humongous electromagnets and colourful balls to be magical when put together. by physaliastudio.com

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Orange stationery makes me happy. Simple. via September Industry by UK design firm Because Studio.

Low Winter Sun is the consultancy of Jonathan Atkinson specialising in developing innovative, creative, co-operative and environmental projects. The identity is based around a stark, impactful colour scheme and a bold logotype that is carried across a stationery range and digital presence.

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Made out of 10,000 pieces of cloth, as a graduation project in The Iceland Academy of the Arts based on Siggi Eggertsson’s childhood memories.

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This is so hypnotic.… I… simply… cannot.. look… away.…

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Warholian apples by Chinese artist 田芒子 keeps all colours of doctors away.

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Diego Bellorin has a nice bit of random graphics that just makes me happy.

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Peter Shire is born and based in LA and creates furniture and sculptures that are delightfully colourful and crazy.

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I love these wooden furniture by Vito Selma. They appear so simple, yet look so detailed at the same time.


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I am completely in love with the Log Chop Bench by The Practice of Everyday Design from Canada. A simple idea of logging taken to its extreme, including ultra lush looking fragmented motorcycle seating in the brightest red. via Yatzer

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Alexander Harding paints normal looking rooms with bold strokes of light and atmosphere.

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Once in a long while, a project comes along and takes my breath away. The Metropol Parasol by J. MAYER H. Architects, billed as the largest wooden structure in the world, in its undulating beauty amongst the Spanish landscape, is one of these projects. I love the scale of it, rising just slightly above the city to instil the sense of awe, but not too much to overpower it. Photos by David Franck via Yatzer

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By opening up a shopping trolley, furniture artist Mike Bouchet turns an industrial object into a comfortable looking sun-lounger. via Designboom

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Something about red and blue handles on a diamond file makes me go ‘I WANT!’.

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Beautiful shiny surrealistic still life photography is right up my alley, especially these by Dutch photographer Wyne Veen.

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More superhero-inspired work! Flattened by Jeremy Brunet.

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Now this put a smile on my face! Pete Dungey did this!

If we planted one of those in every hole, it would be like a forest in the road.’ A series of public installations highlighting the problem of surface imperfections on Britain’s roads.

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Beautiful illustrative work by Greek illustrator  Alexis Marcou for Fuel.

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I like this. A lot.

Klem chair and bench by Tuyo Design. Made of American white oak, this bench and chair have colorful wool pillows that hug the back and seat. You can mix and match the pillows, too, for a customized look.

Via Design Milk.

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Jonathan Robson, ‘Cause life size LEGO helmets are cool’, and we agree! has created this super fun, life-size LEGO Space Helmet for kids that plays downloadable audio tracks for comics.

The concept designed by Jonathan Robson is based on a LEGO helmet with a gold space visor. The helmet acts as a headset for listening to the audio for LEGO comics as well as a role-playing toy. Once subscribed to Audio Comic, you’ll receive the LEGO comic through the post with your activation code to download the audio onto a USB brick. Simply slot the brick into the back of the helmet, put it on and enjoy the exciting LEGO Audio comic experience!

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