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The Jamy Toaster - a Weather Forecasting Toaster

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The Jamy Toaster designed by French Nathan Brunstein.
The Jamy Toaster is concept toaster features built-in Wi-Fi that toasts a weather forecast into the surface of bread every morning. Good idea!
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Exhaust Burger

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The Exhaust Burger is a concept by a team of Iranian industrial designers submitted to Design Boom's Dining in 2015 contest.
"The exhaust burger helps you prove how much concerned you are about the environment, using the energy which was supposed to be wasted. You need no extra fuel and no bulky cooking accessory to overload the car in traveling. The exhaust burger helps you prove how much concerned you are about the environment, using the energy which was supposed to be wasted. You need no extra fuel and no bulky cooking accessory to overload the car in traveling."
Awesome, but bad idea?
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Old Hungarian Bus Turned into Modern Office

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"This is the work of an anonymous genius in Hungary, who turned the remains of an old, scrapped bus into a clever office that is sure to draw a look or two. The real kicker, though, is that it doesn’t only look good, it’s also incredibly spacious and comfortable!"
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"Take time!" timepiece

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The "Take time!" timepiece is designed by French designer Mathieu Lehanneur. The timepiece is made from silicone rubber strap, which allows one to attach the product to bags and belts as well as wrists.
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Orée Board - wooden keyboard

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"Orée Board" is designed by French design group Orée. It is a portable wireless keyboard made from a single piece of premium maple and walnut. Each unit is cut into three sheets to preserve the wood grain across the shell and separate keys to minimize waste.
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Lightning Bolt Power Strip

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Lightning Bolt Power Strip by Kikkerland Design. Bright yellow and shaped like a lightning bolt.
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Storm Cloud Downspout

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Designed by Russian industrial designer Дмитрий Куляев for Art Lebedev studio.

Moses Bridge - a sunken bridge

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The sunken Moses Bridge is designed by RO-AD Architects. It is located at Fort de Roovere in the Netherlands.
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Quick Change Universal Dock Adapter USB Mini Cable

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"This USB short cable is an all-in-one mini USB cable (mini-USB connector), a micro-USB cable (micro-USB connector), and an Apple dock cable (30-pin iPhone /iPhone /iPad/iPod dock connector). It measures 5.5 inches long and has a unique clip feature so you can clip it to your bag or pocket just like a pen."
$29.99.
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Price: $30   |   BUY

One-Handed Condom Wrapper

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'The One Handed Condom Wrapper' by London based designer Ben Pawle, which is "designed to be easily opened, boosting feelings of confidence, allowing the individual to perform and sustain a mood without the awkward distraction of a difficult wrapper". It has a perforated seam, which easily parts when you slide your thumb along the face of the packet. The prototype will be exhibited during the London Design Festival at the Victoria & Albert Museum.
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Real human skin

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A manipulated photo of human skin.
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Antenna Telescopes

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These photos of 3D antenna street art are taken by Davyd Samuels on the streets of Digbeth, Birmingham, UK.
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Cubic Heineken Bottle

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This creative cubic Heineken beer bottle is designed by French industrial designer Petit Romain.
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Electrical tower that looks like a giant robot

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This giant robot-shaped electrical tower, entitled COLOSO, is created by Buenos Aires-based art collective Doma.
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Color Pencil Tree by Dave Rittinger

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Artist and designer Dave Rittinger creates this Color Pencil Tree to propose for a public art installation in North Philadelphia.