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Working in big cities, stuck in traffic, or standing in line at Starbucks, many of us have a very narrow daily view of life on planet Earth. Here are a few of the most awe-inspiring vistas on the planet that should inspire you to get out more.
Duffy London’s MK1 is a table that you can transform from a low and small coffee table into a full dining table in just seconds. It comes in two sizes, and there are steel and wood variants. Bespoke finishes are also available.
Choose up to 36 pro-grade controls to outfit your umidi and finish off your creation with a laser-etched image for a personal touch. Then prepare for fast fun because your dream DJ controller is plug-and-play with any MIDI music software.
A pair of bookends made from two-thirds of a skateboard, complete with screws, trucks and wheels. You can also just get the tail. Available in four colors, but strangely, red isn’t currently an option.
A print of Brooklyn-based artist Calm the Ham’s hand-drawn illustrations of 71 cars popularized by movies and TV series, from Bonnie and Clyde’s ’34 Ford B-400 to Walt and Jessie’s ’86 Fleetwood Bounder.
A 3D-printed Rubik’s cube’s moves were made to correspond with lights on the Ars Eelectronica Center using an Arduino processor and Bluetooth modem to relay information to special software and allow passersby to try and solve the puzzle.
To promote its 2014 lineup of Adidas sneakers, apparel store Chimp had artist Chris Anderson make replicas of the upcoming stock using recycled cardboard. The level of detail and likeness that Chris achieved is quite impressive.
The Despacio is a 50,000w disco sound system by Jordan Acoustics, McIntosh, 2ManyDJs and James Murphy. Each of its 7 stacks has 4 15″ bass drivers, 4 12″ mid range drivers, 4 tweeters and 6 McIntosh amps. More here and here.
Artist Kyle Lambert used the Procreate app on his iPad to make an incredibly realistic painting. It’s a replica of a photographed portrait of Morgan Freeman taken by Scott Gries. It took Kyle over 200 hours to finish the portrait.
A book by architecture historian James W.P. Campbell and photographer Will Pryce. It features over 80 libraries from around the world and from different eras, “from ancient Mesopotamia to modern China.” More on CNN.
True Emporium sells entire room furnishings that fit in military style footlockers. There’s a living room, a dining room and a wine bar set. The furniture are handmade and built partly out of reclaimed wood and steel.
A series of statues featuring the six original X-Men along with their original archenemy (and now teammate) Magneto as they appeared in Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s 1963 comic Uncanny X-Men #1. Limited to 950 units each.
Composite photographs by Fabian Oefner showing exploded views of detailed scale models of classic sports cars. Fabian painstakingly disassembled the models then took a picture of each part separately. More here and here.
Photographer Jeff Friesen used LEGO to make 50 dioramas representing each of the states in the US. You can order 8″x10″ heavyweight luster paper prints of each diorama. Each print will be hand-signed by Jeff.
Digital artist Daniel Johns (aka “WorkByKnight“) takes images of computer keyboards, buttons, clocks, typographic blocks and other discarded junk and turns them into pixels for his celebrity and pop-culture portraits.
There’s no better way to keep notes on your bulletin board in check than with a team of pint-size ninjas. These birch plywood pushpin ninjas are sold individually or in a limited-edition set of three. We want 100 climbing our wall.
A test flight of Amazon Prime Air, a concept for a drone delivery service that would get packages into customers’ hands in just 30 minutes after ordering. Amazon hopes to offer it in the US as early as 2015. More on 60 Minutes.
Dan & Dave worked with Bruce Lee Enterprises to create this beautiful deck, each of which contains a philosophical quote from the martial arts master, as well as an intricate dragon motif on back. The Jokers? Lee himself in action.
Combining the art of candymaking with a more traditional medium, Nendo’s limited-edition edible chocolate paint tubes are filled with delicious “pigments” like strawberry, melon, brandy and blueberry. Too bad they’re only available in Japan.