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Stellavie Movie Portraits

These limited-edition film buff prints by Julian Rentzsch present images of directors Hitchcock, Lynch, and Scorsese, blended with elements from their classic films. Measures ~16″x20″ and signed, numbered and blind-embossed. Link Price: ~$97 Continue Reading from the Source

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Bowler Hat Colander

The perfect pasta and veggie strainer for true gentlemen, this colander does double duty as an old-fashioned bowler hat. Guaranteed not to keep the rain off your head. Handlebar moustache sold separately. Hat Tip Price: $19 Continue Reading from the Source

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Model Villageception

Bourton-on-the-Water is a small village in Gloucestershire, England famous for its 1:9 scale model. Because it’s located in the village itself, the model village has a model of itself, and that model has an even smaller model of itself. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Universal Record

Artist Jesse England created this rather silly device which, when placed on a turntable, uses vibrations to send music from a Bluetooth device through the needle of the record player – transforming any audio source into vinyl… ish. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Birties Bow Ties

Birties breaks convention with awesome cotton bow ties printed with vibrant images from pop culture and everyday objects. Whether you like Mrs. Fields, Mario Bros., Joy Division or Van Gogh, there’s a bow tie for everyone. Link Price: $25 Continue Reading from the Source

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Cursive Chess Set

Daniel Moynihan created this beautiful set for Marbles, The Brain Store’s recent chess set design contest. The pieces are designed to be inviting to touch, and give haptic clues to the ranking of each piece. Marbles plans to produce the set. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Water Cup Dress-up

Next time you have some clear plastic cups and a Sharpie lying around, try this clever idea from Redditor toper-centage – a mix-and-match game that lets you make a variety of goofy characters. More cups = more options. Original video here. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Kinetic Sand

Designed by Adrien M & Claire B, Kinetic Sand is an interactive installation which displays moving wisps of virtual sand which react to objects placed on its tabletop surface. If you’re in Paris, you can check it out starting June 2015. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The Reinvention of Normal

Liam Saint-Pierre’s short film about artist / inventor / designer Dominic Wilcox, and his unconventional and whimsical way at looking at the world. A reminder that “weird” can be a much more rewarding way to live than the status quo. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Cinder Block Building Blocks

We’ve got some tiny cinder block fridge magnets in The Awesomer Shop, but you can build structures with these 1/12th scale blocks made from actual cement. Sold in sets of 10, 24 or 50 bricks – or cracked for dilapidated scenes. Hat Tip Link Price: $11-$43 Continue Reading from the Source

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Yamaha 360° Drum Kit

For its project AH A MAY, Yamaha swapped designers from its motorcycle and its musical instruments divisions, and one of the results was Raijin, a crazy drum kit which completely envelops its player inside a sphere of drums. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Round Trip

Animator David Gruwier borrowed a little processing time on a render farm while interning for a VFX studio to produce this short, but impressive animation which breathes life into an otherwise inanimate object – a toy train set. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Gourmet Junk Food

Chef “Jacques La Merde” decided to prove a point by taking off-the-shelf junk foods and preparing them to look like extravagant gourmet meals. The first dish is Dole Arugula, SPAM Torchon w/Fuzzy Peaches, White Cheese Balls and Nuts. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Steam-powered Motorcycle

Revatu’s Black Pearl is a beautiful and humorous showpiece motorcycle. Not only does it look like a steam train, it actually works like a steam train, with the rear wheel driven by a huge crankshaft. Photo by Marc Quinlivan. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Red Bull F1 Exhaust Lamp

Part of Racing Gold’s Infiniti Red Bull Racing collection, this floor lamp is made from the exhaust system of one of Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s F1 cars. You’ll even get a certificate stating the source car’s history. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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The First Hyperlapse Film

We can make hyperlapse videos with our phones these days. Pacer, the first known hyperlapse film was captured one frame at a time on 16mm film by Guy Roland in 1995, and only screened once before the negative was destroyed. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Moleskine x Batman

Moleskine meets The Dark Knight with this awesome series of limited-edition sketch notebooks with five different black and white silhouette cover designs and a set of Bat-stickers. Link Link 2 Price: $19-$24 Continue Reading from the Source

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Stan’s VHS

We finally ditched our old VHS deck about five years ago, but if the modern TV shows and movies that Stan’s VHS has made up actually existed back in the day, our VCR would have gotten way more use. Be kind, rewind. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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