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Street art by OakOak

By Monica on Sun Sep 1 2013 |
Street Art by OakOak
Gear | Pic
The French street artist OakOak cleverly creates the illustrations in the right place to form sweet street art. They have become an eye catcher for the passers-by.
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Somebody fell asleep in the rain

By Monica on Sun Sep 1 2013 |
Somebody fell asleep in the rain
Gear | Pet
Somebody fell asleep in the rain...
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Fork-knife chopsticks

By Monica on Sun Sep 1 2013 |
Forkknife chopsticks
Home | Other


Using chopsticks will be no longer an awkward trouble for you. This knife and fork set made from reusable, dishwasher-safe plastic comes with a handy rubberized grip and interlocks to become a pair of easy-to-use, spring-loaded chopsticks! $10
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Steampunk Optimus Prime Mask With Voice Changer

By Ben on Sun Sep 1 2013 |
Steampunk Optimus Prime Mask With Voice Changer
Gear | Steampunk
This awesome Optimus Prime steampunk mask by etsy seller CaptainBayle. The mask has a voice changer built in.
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Flexo-line - Lightweight Travel Clothesline

By Ben on Sun Sep 1 2013 |
Flexoline Lightweight Travel Clothesline
Home | Outdoor
From the website:
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"For the strength to hold all your wet laundry, forget those cute little suction cup clotheslines.
The Flexo-line holds up to 12 pounds of wet clothes thanks to its surgical-grade natural latex rubber tubing which is woven in THREE braids — not the usual two.
Just loop its ends around a doorknob, hook, shower head, or rod (it stretches to seven feet), then poke a corner of your wet garment in the tight braid to dry — no clothespins needed.
Features and Details:
• Holds up to 12 lb of wet clothes without clothespins or hooks
• Three strands of surgical-grade natural latex rubber tubing
• Loops around a doorknob, hook, shower head, or rod
• May be washed in mild soap and water
• With proper care it will last for years
• Will not snag delicate fabrics
• Weight: 1 ounce

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$10.50 (underpants et al. not included)"
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Ring Clock

By Ben on Sun Sep 1 2013 |
Ring Clock
Gear | Projects
The Ring Clock($185+) could be real. Made from surgical-grade, allergy-free stainless steel, this ring shows the time using either blue or orange LEDs when you spin its face. Charging would be done wirelessly, by placing it on the included dock. The company is seeking $287,400 in funding. Features:
 Ring body material: 316L surgical stainless steel (allergy free)
Light source: 144 energy safe ultrathin mono-color LED
Light color: blue or orange LED (optional)
Lighting time: 1 minute time display after the ring rotation
Battery specs: 6mAh, ultrathin rechargeable lithium polymer battery
Running time: 1 week with normal use (15 times activation per days) or 2 hours constant use.
Battery lifetime: 3 years (battery is not replaceable)
Charger: Qi wireless power charger pad (with universal 110-240 AC DC USB charger)
Charging time: max. 2 hours
Time setting: by the setting buttons on the Qi charger pad
Water-resistant
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Book Bookends

By Ben on Sun Sep 1 2013 |
Book Bookends
Gear | Design
Books Bookends designed by Dmitry Kul, he made these bookends that seamlessly fit in with the books themselves.
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Simon Draws the Hedgehog

By Ben on Sat Aug 31 2013 |
Gear | Video
In this video, Simon Tofield demonstrates how to draw hedgehogs.
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Gif: BBC - Earth

By Ben on Sat Aug 31 2013 |
Gif BBC Earth
Gear | Pic
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Chiu Chih’s Survival Kit for the Apocalyptic Future

By Ben on Sat Aug 31 2013 |
Chiu Chih  s Survival Kit for the Apocalyptic

Chiu Chih  s Survival Kit for the Apocalyptic
Gear | Projects
The project is called “Voyage on the Planet” by designer Chiu Chih. A backpack of fresh air provided by a lone plant stored in the clear backpack. Clearly the series (and the design) is more on sending a strong message rather than proposing an actual thing that might be produced in the future.
"The design responds to a sense of curiosity towards this ever-changing environment – where old buildings are demolished and new modern ones continue to rise. Society and culture modify from one moment to the next, which in some cases Chiu Chih believes renders people hopeless, while for others it brings about hope and new expectations."
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