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  • Zombie Safe House Shelter Of The Future

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    Bustler’s annual Zombie Safe House Design Competition, this year's winner: The Vagabond Mobile Safe House Devicebig pic 1, big pic 2 (or v.MSHD for short.) Designed by Austin Fleming, the Vagabond is a portable shelter, which one could strap to their back and quickly set up to keep those brain-seeking zombies out of your way.
    Features include a reflective photovoltaic surface (zombies don’t attack other zombies), portable (can be carried like a backpack), water filtration, wind-powered ventilation system and a tracking unit that’s iPhone compatible...
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    Brian Dettmer

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    Impressive cut out book art by Artist Brian Dettme. With a little bit of careful carving, he can make amazing creations from already printed pages.
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    Crouching Tiger and Turtle – The Roller Coaster Walkway

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    The giant sculpture, situated in the Heinrich Hildebrand-heights is made from steel and zinc which establishes a link between itself and the park in which it is situated which once produced zinc before it was turned in to a recreational space.
    The city of Duisberg Crouching Tiger and Turtle, which could easily be described as a roller coaster without a roller coaster!  Designed by German artists Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth, the 69-foot-tall structure features the same twists and turns found in a conventional roller coaster, is a “walkable roller coaster.” in Duisburg, Germany.
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    Street art: Escif, 'Presentation-Representation', Spain

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    Escif, 'Presentation-Representation', Spain

    Carbon Fiber Stormtrooper Armor

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    The carbon fiber stormtrooper armor by one Leonard Carson and three of his co-workers. How much? Carson indicated that it would cost about as much as a pretty nice car!
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    Moustair

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    Where men meets moustaches meets hair meets moustaches meets hair meets MOUSTAIR

    Horsey

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    'Horsey' is an attachable bicycle ornament/accessory which makes one’s bicycle look horsey! The ‘horsey’ package includes wooden ornaments (horsey shape body), metal parts, and screws. While it probably makes a spill way more dangerous...
    'horsey' by Eungi Kim
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    World Map Made from Recycled Computers

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    British artist Susan Stockwell has completed a gigantic world map(21 feet x 13 feet), the map made from recycled computer components for the University of Bedfordshire. The piece uses motherboards, electrical wiring, fans, and myriad other components." Jump more see more pics.
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    The Crochetdermy of Shauna Richardson

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    Shauna Richardson crochets beautifully crafted sculptures of animals that she calls "crochetdermy."
    "She uses crochet to sculpt realistic life-size animals - uncanny taxidermy-like forms. Crochetdermy combines themes such as objects, collecting, craft and realism and experiments with accessibility and audience."
    Currently his work in the exhibition, "The Power of Making" at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
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    Street art: Lego Army 3-D chalk drawing

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    This Lego Army 3-D chalk drawing is by Dutch artist Leon Keer and the artist collective Planet Street Painting created for the Sarasota 2011 Chalk Festival in Florida. The drawing is inspired by the famous terracotta sculpture army of Chinese Emperor Qin Shi Huang, instead Legoman where used as models.
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    iPlate by Todd Borka

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    Designer Todd Borka has created the iPlate, a set of humorous concept designs of plates with images of Photoshop-like tools.
    "Who hasn’t dreamed of being able to manage the details of one’s own life, like we manipulate images on software like Photoshop? Who has never thought to do ‘apple Z’ after breaking a glass?
    Then, you can try to import directly your steak from your fridge to your plate, change the colour of your fish or rub the beets! "
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    Charles La Trobe monument in Melbourne by Charles Robb

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    Charles La Trobe monument in Melbourne by Charles Robb.

    The Royal Data Throne

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    This toilet made from recycled circuit boards, called “The Royal Data Throne”, by Steven Rodrig of etsy seller PCB Creations. Essentially it is a tiny art toilet, at just 12-inches tall, and 5-inches wide.
    Price: $500   |   BUY

    Angle Bluetooth headset is a detachable part of iPhone case

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    "People protect their phones with cases but only a few think about protecting their ears with headsets. With Angle, fixing a bluetooth headset gets as intuitive as picking up a phone.
    Everything lies in the move. In an easy gesture, you activate the conversation by sliding the phone on your ear. The movement naturally lays down Angle on your ear and you can now benefit from the hands-free communication. "
    Designed by Antoinne Coubronne, Michael Harboun and Thomas Chabrier in the context of a design competition at Orange (the telco). Chcek out the video.

    Dream Big

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    Artist and designer Pete Fecteau spent the better part of 2010 creating a mosaic of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. using 4,242 Rubik’s Cubes. The mosaic measures 18’6″ by 9’8″ and weighs approximately 1,000 pounds. This project called Dream Big.
      “I woke up from the dream and it was like I was on fire. I spend three hours that morning writing down the concept and brainstorming. When I stepped back I realized how bat-s*** crazy it was but there was something pushing me to make it a reality. Sometimes I don’t think I woke up from that dream. It still seems crazy.”
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