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Pinball Coasters

Milk Run Co.’s unique drink coasters are made from recycled plywood playing fields from old, defunct pinball machines. They come from a variety of machines circa 1955 to 1979. Sold in sets of four with a metal stand. Link Price: $30/set of 4 Continue Reading from the Source

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City Water Plant Waterer

Fred & Friends’ tiny little water tower for your plants not only looks cool, it works to gradually dispense H2O into the soil, keeping them moist without overwatering. Made from frosted glass with a steel frame. Wonder if you can graffiti it. Link Price: $22 Continue Reading from the Source

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99frames 2k15

An animation challenge to create clips using just 99 frames. Many of the videos show tremendous creativity and artistry given the extreme limitations. We’ve posted some of our faves, and you can view the numerous submissions here. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Jeffrey Milstein: LA NY

Photographer Jeffrey Milstein’s LA NY features aerial shots of Los Angeles’ and New York City’s urban landscapes, shot and framed to reveal order and patterns. See the photos at NYC’s Benrubi Gallery and LA’s Kopeikin Gallery. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Azel Phara: Green

(Flashing lights) A pulsating RGB army chases teenagers in a forest made of spheres in this trippy, eye-popping music video for Green, a single by French electronic artist Azel Phara. Created by Bif and Mill+. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $1 Continue Reading from the Source

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Folded Lighting Collection

Tel Aviv-based artist Ariel Zuckerman uses paper origami techniques to create his striking lighting series; he stretches, folds and twists two dimensional sheets for the unexpected result, which looks great whether illuminated or not. Link Price: $350-$1250 Continue Reading from the Source

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Owen Dippie’s Masked Quartet

Urban artist Owen Dippie decked out a wall in Brooklyn with the four Renaissance artists – Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo and Donatello – wearing their respective Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle namesakes’ masks. Photos by Jaime Rojo. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Embroidered Zoetropes

Artist Elliot Schultz created a variety of machine-embroidered discs, each of which is covered with numerous still frames which create animations when spun on a record player under a strobe light. It’s music for the eyes. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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KantoorKaravaan

Workers can take advantage of these mobile workspaces outside of Amsterdam, which use converted old trailers to create impromptu offices in the Dutch countryside, complete with Wi-Fi, coffee makers and compost toilets. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Yoo Hyun’s Paper Portraits

Yoo Hyun makes detailed portraits and illustrations on paper without using any kind of pigment. Instead, he makes alternating columns of diagonal cuts of varying widths on paper. More on his Instagram and Facebook page. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The GazeBox

The GazeBox provides a unique alternative to storing cars in a garage. This see-through room lets you show off your ride while protecting it from the elements. Doubles as a gazebo or a carport, and allows entry or exit from either end. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Dogs of the Marvel Universe

Illustrator Josh Lynch has an ongoing series of illustrations where he turns Marvel superheroes into dogs. We can’t decide which one we like best. MODOG is probably the right answer, but we love the Mr. Fantastic dachshund so much. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Sensory Percussion

Unlike other drum triggers, Sunhouse’s Sensory Percussion recognizes different parts of the drum as well as drum strokes. It lets you map effects and blend them seamlessly on one drum, use your kit to modulate effects and more. Hat Tip Link Price: $595+ Continue Reading from the Source

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Damico Aluminum Bow Ties

If you’re going to wear a tie, it should be something distinctive. Damico’s laser-cut aluminum bow ties are just that. They come in 11 different designs and five colors, and eliminate the need for tying. Comes in a spiffy wooden box. Link Price: $45+ Continue Reading from the Source

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NOEM Spaceship Home

NOEM made the Spaceship Home for a customer who wanted to enjoy the great view of their lot in Madrid, Spain. Aside from its Space Age exterior, the first thing you see when you open its front door is its retro sci-fi home automation controls. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Tongal

Tongal calls themselves “the world’s first studio on-demand.” Their platform connects creative experts with brands who need projects done, resulting in some amazing collaborations, like this LEGO Ninja Warrior animation by Sam Lawlace. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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This Modern World Compilation

Dan Perkins aka Tom Tomorrow is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his postmodern political satire comic strip This Modern World by compiling every TMW strip from 1990 until this year (plus bonus art) in a two-volume set. Link Price: $30+ Continue Reading from the Source

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Michna: Solid Gold

Christophe Thockler created this minimal, but nonetheless captivating stop-motion video using 8,500 individual photos of rocks collected from around the world. It serves as the perfect visual for Michna’s warm and inviting EDM track. Link Link 2 Price: $1 Continue Reading from the Source

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