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Tham & Videgård Designs Sweden’s “Most Sought After Home” It's not a bread knife, it's the Sandwich Knife Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator Synths (£49.99) Brandon Lattu's Selected Compositions Create a personalized, large format art print: Life & Type Growth Table by Tim Durfee & Iris Anna Regn Snap clip-on supports create furniture from found objects (this will most likely be a post next week) This is so cool: Dive Into ‘Infinity’ With Dizzying Views of A Colossal Cave image via nationalgeographic Enjoy the weekend.

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    Steve Messam creates crimson bridge from 20,000 sheets of paper Now that Mad Men is over, we can enjoy it all over again with Mad Men Integrated, in small snippets at a time. Yes. Recycling Debris into Concrete Lego-Blocks (via unconsumption) Just a reminder, all the best Terrible real estate agent photographs are in one place. UNIVERSUM INCOGNITA : A Primer on the Dark Universe. Warning: might be a tad too esoteric. Elana Herzog's Wall Panels (via drawdrawdraw) Artist Alexey Kondakov Imagines Figures from Classical Paintings as Part of Contemporary Life Science Just Invented a Simple, Painless Way to Get Superhuman Vision (...

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    Colors Retooling Crayons from the Keetra Dean Dixon & JK Keller Shop (This will probably become a post next week, because they're ah-mazing.) (via pinterest) I missed doing a post on the Ride Your Bike to Work Day, but here's a link to RideAir to make up for it. Congrats, you have an all male panel! (via feministing) Michael Anastassiades: Show & Tell: The Light Bulb YOUR EXCUSES FOR NOT MEDITATING: DEBUNKED Why Do Most Galaxies Die? It's A Case Of Strangulation, Scientists Say Rockler: DIY Speaker Kit The Genetic Reason Why Some People Are Born To Travel All Over The World ...

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    Travelbox by Juust Combines Essentials for Living In A Portable Box Mother’s Day Cards for Stepmothers & Honorary Moms by Emily McDowell. Also, Empathy Cards For Serious Illness. (via metafilter) Epidemia The Game is the first game for mobiles and tablets created to fight AIDS. dezeen: BarberOsgerby for Knoll What it takes to change your brain's patterns after age 25 Watch Anton Alvarez making string-wrapped furniture at New York's Salon 94 Gallery. (I want one of those string wrapping machines.) BetterBack (this looks a little silly, but also appears to be quite comfortable) Joggy Security Cam (this might be a post next ...

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    "A devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake near Nepal's capital city of Kathmandu has claimed more than 5,000 lives, caused thousands of injuries, and destroyed homes and infrastructure. Some 1.7 million children require humanitarian assistance..." -UNICEF. I made a donation, will you? (photo via TIME) dezeen: Brick bungalows provide social housing for elderly residents in east London Watch a Japanese Craftsman Lovingly Bring a Tattered Old Book Back to Near Mint Condition Wired's Absurd Creature of the Week: the Disco Clam Peter Schlesinger Reflects on Some of His Favorite Sculptures Kickstarter: High end in-ear headphones Pretty (yet expensive): Michelle Weinberg, Tumbld Flwrs rug   Enjoy ...

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    Tom's hut (Photo: Albrecht Imanuel Schnabel) Art/Sculpture: Günter Haese Could Japanese Design Be the Cure for Your Tech Addiction? The Ockham Razor- a minimalist, modern razor. Self Portraits: Harry Woodrow plants envelop dossofiorito's hanging epiphytes pots with their roots “What I Wish I'd Known Before Building My Shipping Container Home" Cute tiny house: Tiny house is almost passive, clad in shou-sugi-ban Six Lessons in Restoration   Have an excellent weekend.

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    Mirrored Neon Lights Optical Illusion Matthew McConaughey reacts to 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' trailer. That just about sums it up. Tomás Saraceno's Solar Bell (2013) Why do knuckles crack? Art: Mira Gojak Jiro Ono and Rene Redzepi Have a Cup of Tea Bouroullecs to present coloured glass furniture range in Milan Konstantin Grcic designs glass furniture with moving parts Animals Licking Windows. It is what it says it is.   Enjoy the weekend.

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    Wind Drawings by Cameron Robbins Photojojo's Disposable Camera App (1 Camera = 27 prints for $12.99) Fuck Yeah Humanity RunKeeper and Mapbox collaborated to visualize 1.5 million of their users' public runs, walks, and bike rides How to Be Emotionally Intelligent Furniture designers/makers: Steam Wood with a plastic bag! Felix Cid’s images of macro electronic music festivals Library Card Socks (via thisisnthappiness)   As usual, enjoy your weekend.

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    EXOBIOTANICA —BOTANICAL SPACE FLIGHT (via Logikblok) Colorful Collages by Clare Celeste Börsch The AcoustiCurtain 10 Exercises To Do At Your Desk A 24 carrot gold cake (via Design Crush) seasons cards Dame Stephanie Shirley: Why do ambitious women have flat heads? This Classical (airbnb) Apartment on Royal Mile has a bed in a box! Smart! Black Diamonds Architect Antonin Ziegler added a blackened timber reading room to an old stone house in Senneville-sur-Fécamp Enjoy your weekend.

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    Wooden Iron by The Tomorrow Collective Glasses Give the Color-Blind a Fuller View of the Spectrum Take a break. Stand up, stretch, walk around every 15-20 minutes. No, really, Take a Break. How Much (Or Little) The Middle Class Makes, In 30 U.S. Cities Here's a nice Stickbat with Cork Balls ($250) to play ball out on the lawn and/or street. But is it too nice? Hmm. Death, Redesigned Clever Mechanical Gate Opens Automatically without Electricity Simple Front Wallet Simple and very cool PLATN wallet Terrible Estate Agent Photos- A Book of the Most Baffling Property Photographs Ever Taken Listen ...

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    Exhibit: Feel Big, Live Small Emojis? Puh-lease. Not when there's Cindy Sherman-icons! (via Open Culture) Look at the amount raised on the Flow Hive - impressive! Office of Architecture: Brooklyn Row House 2 Oneadaptr Disease dynamics: Zombietown USA (via cnet) Screwpop Utility Knife Kickstarter: Kids Imagination Furniture by The Cardboard Guys 5 Things Architects Can Do To Better Serve Their Clients EBay Set to Open New Section on Its Site for Sotheby’s Auctions Prouve T-Shirt. There's also a Le Corbusier T-Shirt. (via Partners & Spade) Have an okay-awesome weekend.

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    NYTimes: Tom Sachs Boomboxes (image above- Ben Sklar for The New York Times) If You Want Healthy Cows, Feed Them Magnets WSJ: 5 Tips for Passing a Personal-Finance Stress Test Ha ha. The Kinspiracy For your walls: Elevations Meet Casey Legler - the world's first female male model LEGO: The women of the US Supreme Court We've all felt this way before: 9.5° Chair “A little boy said I look ugly.” one couple's $22,000, 350-square-feet dream home   Have a good weekend.

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    NYTimes will be discontinuing their Home Section. It was my favorite. Sad face. (Image from The Anti-McMansion article- via Remodelista) Thank you Design Good for including us! 9 Digital Design Magazines That Will Inspire You. Awesome. Why Our Brains Love High Ceilings Live now: Listen to a briefing about the 1st orbiting of a dwarf planet by @NASA_Dawn Laser Cut Seaweed for Sushi Cool! A Flag for Every Family by Amateurs The world's priciest cats: Cat Fancy How much of this week's news do you remember? Take Fast Company's News Quiz (and earn an emoji). Hydrophobic spray on the walls? ...

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    For your future mouth: 3-D printed snacks Open source DS Kit 01 wall lamp: Kits by You For your wrist: Fake Roley Wasted space or effing cool entryway? Tubakuba Mountain Hub Germinate your avocado pits (easily): AvoSeedo For the kiddos: Minimal Walnut Step Stool For the walls: Paper Trophies Here's one way to spread the word. Revolution Bike Stamp   Have a nice weekend.

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    The Knoll Classics Sale begins today, February 20, and lasts through March 3. Save 15% and get free shipping on most items. Beam: The smart projector that fits in any light socket. You'll see this posted next week. Zoomable 9 billion pixel photo of a Milky Way Warming Huts How loud is the U.S.? Atomic Overlook: 12 – Clay Lipsky UK government sets 2020 deadline to end replica furniture production   That's it for this week. Have a nice weekend.

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