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Hanging Chairs by Félix Guyon

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Hanging Chairs by Félix Guyon.
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Appliance sculptures made from polyester fabric

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As part of his upcoming exhibition at Lehmann Maupin, Korean artist Do-Ho Suh has constructed detailed, leightweight (nearly weightless) sculptures of his oven, toilet, bathtub and other fixtures found in his Manhattan apartment out of polyester fabric. The translucent nature of each piece gives the appearance of a CAD drawing or digital wireframe.
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Alternative limb project

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The pictures show that the swimmer Jo-Jo Cranfield wears a snake arm fitted at Queen Marry's Hospital. The alternative limb project provides unique prosthetics to blend in with the body or stand out as a unique piece of art, reflecting the wearer's imagination, personality and intersts. An alternative limb can help to break down social barriers, delight the eye and provide an unusual talking point.
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Ostrich Light

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Ostrich Pillow Light is designed to allow you to catch some sleep whilst on the go. Its smart adjustable elastic ring allows power-nappers of different sizes to use it comfortably. Designed by by Studio Banana Things. You can wear around your neck and then move onto your face when it's time to pass out. Ostrich Light raised more than $6,000 in its first day on Kickstarter and its goal is $40,000 (£25,000).
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Tikker is a wristwatch that counts down the user’s life

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Founded by Swedish publishing creative Fredrik Colting, Tikker is a wristwatch that counts down the user’s life from years down to seconds left. The user of the watch fills out a questionnaire and then deducts his or her age from the results to get his or her “death date.” The date is calculated based on factors like activity level, BMI, and where the wearer lives. Currently Tikker is on kickstarter.
"We’re building a watch that counts down your life, in order to make the world a better place, and we need your help!"
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This Swing Set Is the World's Coolest Musical Instrument

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Baloica is a temporary sound installation set at the old Convento das Dominicas in the city of Guimarães. A swing set was set up at the entryway of the convent and transformed into a musical instrument. Created by designers Cláudia Oliveira and Isabel Bourbon of creative studio Elas Duas.
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Miniature motorcycles from lobster shells

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Huang Mingbo from Taiwan, presented the collection of miniature motorcycles from lobster shells at a food art seminar in the Chinese province of Fujian to the amazement of those in attendance. The food carving specialist used nothing but lobster shell to complete the collection of intricate models which even feature wing mirrors and number plates.
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Coin sculpture

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An assortment of geometric forms made from coins notched and joined together. The series of coin sculpture are made by artist Robert Wedemeyer for the money themed issue.
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Panda Coat

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From the makers of the Griz Coat, the Panda Coat features a removable panda head with a detachable pillow into the hood.
- The head-hood is detachable - Three buttons hidden behind the neck allow the wearer to attach/detach the hood at their option. And yes, you can let the hood dangle behind your back just like a hoodie.
- Retractable claws with an interior handle - The handle allows for superior claw control.
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Banksy fires a Rocket on Dumbo in the Sky

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Rebel rocket attack, by Banksy NY.
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Hapilabs' Smart Fork

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Hapilabs' HAPIfork first debuted at CES in January, and is now available to pre-order for $99. The original Kickstarter campaign raised $134,000 to develop and manufacture the HAPIfork and a video explaining the function of the HAPIfork. The HAPIfork recorded each movement from fork to plate, which is recorded as a "fork serving," monitoring how long it takes to finish a meal, the number of fork servings consumed per minute, and the interval between each fork serving. It is designed to alert users when they are eating too fast, an issue that can lead to "poor digestion and poor weight control," according to the Hapilabs website.
HAPIfork is a revolution! It will help millions of people eat more slowly, adopt good eating habits, lose weight and feel great! Additionally, with HAPIfork comes the HAPI.com platform for web and mobile. Our cross-device platform makes the experience of changing bad habits easy and fun. Here we’ve created a coaching program providing helpful nutrition and fitness tips and motivational social games to help keep people implement their new healthy habits.”
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Bufalino Camper Concept

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The Bufalino is a small camper which is equipped to meet the basic needs of one person, based on the Piaggio APE 50 three-wheeler. Designed by German industrial designer Cornelius Comanns.
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Cloud Pink

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Korean creative agency Everyware’s Cloud Pink installation gives people the chance to “touch” clouds and literally stick their heads into them. This installation allows visitors to interact with the clouds. The projected clouds can be manipulated by touch, so you can move and generate clouds on its digital canvas. Check it out in action in the video above.
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Recycled Art by Jane Perkins

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British artist Jane Perkins creates beautiful works of art from found materials such as plastic toys, beads, buttons, shells, etc. No colour is added - all materials are exactly as found.
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Walk On 100,000 Tiny Porcelain Skulls

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“What Will You Leave Behind?” by Nino Sarabutra, visitors are invited to walk on 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls that cover the floor of a gallery. The installation is on display at Sundaram Tagore Gallery in Singapore through October 13, 2013.
"Nino Sarabutra has filled the gallery floor with more than 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls and invites you to walk on them. Entering the gallery, every step you take you will be treading on the skulls, unavoidably. In truth, each step we take brings us one step closer to our own demise, yet we never know which will be our last."
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