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Pencil Lamp

Michael & George’s HB Lamp is a large pencil-shaped lamp with a 26ft. cord snaking out of its tip. The 5.5ft.-tall lamp has a cedar body and a brass ring. You can also customize the color of and the text on its body. Hat Tip Link Price: ~$1,600+ Continue Reading from the Source

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Theme Park Time-Lapse

Photographer Thomas Schwarz uses the bright lights of the Midway as the light source for this dizzying time-lapse visit to a theme park that’s sure to wake you up from whatever stupor you might find yourself in from surfing the web. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Alphabet Clamps

Makers, why be stuck with C- or G-clamps? Artist Robb Godshaw went to great lengths to bring a simple joke to life. He designed, cut, drilled and assembled steel clamps shaped like the letters of the alphabet. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Instagram Hyperlapse

This amazing new iOS app from Instagram lets you capture impressive “hyperlapse” moving time-lapse videos with your iPhone or iPad. It’s easy to use, lets you vary playback speed, and stabilizes images for cinematic quality. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: Free Continue Reading from the Source

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Pigeon Edition Prints

Pigeon Editions collects and photographs everyday and vintage objects and assembles them into orderly posters perfect for fanatics of all sorts. We especially like the 35mm film canisters and the Dunks. Available in three sizes. Link Price: $14-$39 Continue Reading from the Source

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Peanut Portraits

How cool would it be to own one of these tiny and exquisitely detailed celebrity peanut sculptures, handpainted by Midwestern artist Steve Casino? Pretty frickin’ cool, that’s what we think. You can see how he does it right here. (Thanks Ira!) Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Four Point Playing Cards

San Francisco-based artist Ben Vierk is putting together a beautifully detailed pack of playing cards with designs inspired by money, ancient symbols and uncommon geometry. Who knew those things could be so gorgeous together? Link Price: $10++ Continue Reading from the Source

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Liteblades

Patrick Rochon’s liteblades are tools which attach to the end of a flashlight that create colorful, abstract light painting photos. The faster you move the blade, the more glowing and playful the photo is. You can purchase them here. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Curioos

There are many talented digital artists, but if you don’t know where to look, Curioos is a great place to start. It has a diverse range of artists, and each of its prints are numbered and signed. Its Explore page is practically an online museum. Hat Tip Link Price: $29+ Continue Reading from the Source

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Malfunction

Animator Cyriak’s latest clip is as trippy as they come. It starts off with a creepy dog-like manifestation of himself crawling out of the drain and just escalates from there. Warning: May cause nightmares and hallucinations. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Photoshop Mirror

Do you wish you could change something every time you look in the mirror? This is the mirror for you. Atypyk’s, Photoretouch Mirror acts as a not so subtle reminder to stop being so vain. Made from Perspex. Measures ~17″ x 12.6″. Link Price: ~$65 Continue Reading from the Source

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Rap Quotes Street Signs 3

Jay Shells went to Philadelphia for the third batch of his site-specific hip hop homage. Some of the artists he cited included Philly natives Will Smith, Black Thought and Meek Mill. You can get replicas of his signs at Gallery 1988. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Art and Craft (Trailer)

Art and Craft is a documentary about Mark Landis. For 30 years, Mark forged hundreds of paintings. But instead of earning fame or fortune, Mark would pretend to be a philanthropist and donate his forgeries to museums. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Buster + Punch Light Switches

Buster + Punch’s Electricity collection is a set of solid metal switches and dimmers. They’re made of steel, bronze, brass or aluminum and have monochrome or two-tone finishes. Available as single or double switches or dimmers. Hat Tip Link Price: ~$50-$99 Continue Reading from the Source

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Single-Brushstroke Dragons

While the details and secondary colors are painted with additional brushstrokes, we’re still amazed by how artists, such as those at Japan’s Kousyuuya can create such impressive dragon bodies with a single stroke of a brush. More here. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Unstealable Bike

The Yerka Project aims to create a bicycle where the frame and seatpost work together to form a giant lock, making it virtually impossible to walk off with it, and eliminating the need to carry a U-Lock, chain or cable. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Rocky Bookshelf

Charles Kalpakian’s Rocky open credenza plays with our perception of space, using light and shadow to create a trippy optical illusion. Available in blue, grey or black lacquered steel. Measures ~55.1″W x 14.2″D x 37.4″H. Link Price: $5000 Continue Reading from the Source

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Taxonomy of Batman’s Enemies

Pop Chart Lab celebrates Batman’s 75th anniversary by giving its The Myriad Monikers of Gotham’s Villains chart a new look. The poster features hundreds of Bats’ foes categorized according to the nature of their names. Hat Tip Link Price: $20-$89 Continue Reading from the Source

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OMOTE

One of the most mindbending uses of projection mapping demonstrates how a model’s face can be digitally replaced when the tech is combined with real-time face tracking. If you happen to live in Tokyo, see a live demo on 8/28/14. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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