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    Dartz FR has released a series of pictures showing a Ferrari F430 wrapped in a leather vinyl. Why?? Cool?

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    This is a flash drive vibrator on CKIE, which is basically a Kickstarter-like crowdfunding site started by the folks at Yanko Design. 
    "We began with a shared vision: creating high quality, elegant vibrators for women. Because when it comes to the products currently on the market, even some of the better ones are over-the-top—the kind of thing you hide under your bed, feeling like a teenager with a dirty magazine. Instead, we imagined toys so beautiful and discreet that they could live in your purse or your vanity. We envisioned elegant, discreet, and sensual products—ones that invite you to touch and experience instead of hiding them away. Because if anything deserves good design, it's the things we bring to bed with us"
    Now they're up to $50,000 from over 430 backers, You can still pitch in: a $75 donation secures you the basic 8GB Duet (which Crave says will retail for $139).
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    Women pose awkwardly in public as satire of fashion photography!

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    The Genetic Portraits project by photographer Ulric Colette. It looks at the resemblance between family members. Instead of showing the images side by side, he masterfully fused them into one.
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    "500 people holding more than 1,500 (!!!) developed pictures all around Israel, creating a smooth music video within their hands."
    Korean Artist June Bum Park plays god, who makes people and things being manipulated by giant hands.
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    The lectern was placed in public spaces around New York and then left alone. We wanted to see what would happen if New Yorkers were given the opportunity to amplify their voices to "say something nice." This project was produced by Improv Everywhere as part of the Guggenheim Museum exhibition stillspotting nyc.
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    By Jonny Packham.
    "A condensed redesign of Alan Hendry's UFO Handbook"
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    The Norwegian design studio Skrekkøgle makes (and sells) giant coins so that you can make everyday objects look like miniatures.
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    GUNS (2009). Sculpture, resin and found objects, 15x79x60cm. No human hands pull the trigger. The gun/mob appears to take on a life of its own. Guns induces a sense of sadness and helplessness. Limp, wasted, lifeless miniature people suggest the impotence of war. The work impacts by using visual ambiguity. The multitude of colours implies playfulness, only to induce, on closer scrutiny, confusion and doubt. 
    I love this work,  by Ronit Judelman
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    Make your own Twinkle Toes, colorful ruffles that contain LEDs to show off your fancy footwork. By Becky Stern(Including DIY steps, and a video tutorial).
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    "Paper artist Anja Markiewicz(flickr page, more origami here) folds these impossibly small origami pieces using sheets of paper smaller than an inch in width"
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    Social issue: Diamond = Graphite
    Above, experiment no. 18 by i3LaB.
    "Type: experiment on Social issue
    Title: Diamond = Graphite
    Subtitle: the Graphite ring
    Researcher: i3 LAB.
    Director: Lily
    Subject: C - carbon
    Target: ring & pencil
    Issue: value of materialism
    Solution: Graphite diamond
    Result: experiment no.00009
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    Espresso Solo is a conceptual project made from a concrete case and metal working parts. I love this style.
    "My 'espresso solo' project is a conceptual project. Called Espresso Solo, the conceptual product features metal working parts and a concrete case. The espresso machine makes only espresso: short and long. The design process begun in choosing the material: I choose concrete. I had a vision: concrete in the kitchen, not only as a wall or decorative part, I wanted it to be a desirable consumer product. The contrast between the roughness, massiveness and hardness of the concrete and the fine metal parts, which are dealing with the coffee preparation process, was very challenging and interesting for me. "
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    It's a project on kickstarter, Good idea... or terrible?
    "· Universal, Effective, and Safe when used responsibly (iPhone, Blackberry, Android, etc.)
    · Professionally engineered to keep your phone flush against the top of the steering wheel
    · Designed to not interfere with deployment of the airbag
    · Ability to rotate/tilt for customized viewing and placement for proper viewing of odometer. Can use full functionality of your smart-phone - when vehicle stationary
    · Phone stays in place securely and will not hit your legs while rotating the steering wheel
    · Installs in less than 30 seconds and no tools are necessary.
    · Overcomes top complaints inherent with all other hands-free accessories: limited viewing, bad placement, limited access, having to move eyes too much, unable to use GPS properly, can't use speaker phone, among others
    Some of the uses of The Steer Safe include:
    · Making/receiving phone calls
    · Using your GPS

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    French artist Elise Morin and architect Clémence Eliard hand sewed 65,000 old CDs and laid them out on inflatable mounds to create a sea of discs. It looks like" a still sea of metallic dunes." The art exhibit is called "Wastelandscape" and is located in Paris.
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    Incredible Anatomical Sculptures by Canadian artist Maskull Lasserre. This snake skeleton axe entitled Secret Carpentry, cool.
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    The camera has no lens, no sensor and no optics whatsoever. Just a faux shutter button that triggers a cellphone hidden inside to retrieve and display a photo from Flickr that was taken at the exact same moment.
    "Taking a photo means making a memory. Choosing a moment in time and framing a situation. Archiving it or making it public. Either way, we create a visual item that we have an emotional attachment to through our memory. Photos help us to remember moments in our past. Often they even become a memory in their own right. For many, making their moments public through services like Flickr is already part the process of photography itself, creating archives which contain a vast collection of visual fragments of individual lives. "
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    The Bangkok worker used recycled materials from old cars and bicycles to create a monster machine which is sculpted to look like a beast. It looks awesome, it really does 
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