• Friday Links

    - 2,000 marbles make the music of the Wintergatan Marble Machine. Video below. (via Slate) (image via wired) - Anish Kapoor Gets Exclusive Rights to the World’s Darkest Material - 3,900 Pages of Paul Klee’s Personal Notebooks Are Now Online - Infographic: Most Commonly Misused Design Terms And Their Accurate Usage - "Simply stand near a wall and raise and bend one of your legs." What exercises are best for improving balance? - The Rainbow Mountains Of China - The Sticker Project - stickers for your plugs - Calamityware bowls & small plates - I could live here: Chisenhale Primary's Playground Enjoy ...

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    - This 88 sq ft tiny home used to be a laundry room. (via domino) - Kickstarter: SANS Juice and Smoothie Preserving Travel Bottle - Grow a Bacterial Zoo in a Bottle - The Latest Generation Atlas Humanoid Robot Is Absolutely Incredible, and most people feel sorry for him (you'll see why). - Which type of exercise is best for the brain? - PLOEG architecten's Contemporary Barn - Hard Work Notebook by Hundred Million Enjoy your weekend!

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    - Studio Octopi adds loft extension to RCA professor's house - John Lautner house donated to Los Angeles County Museum of Art (otherwise known as the Big Lebowski porn house) - Your Facebook Friend Said Something Racist. Now What? - Cute: Bruce, a juice squeezer - Also cute: How to Build an A-Frame Cabin by Carey Quinton Haider - Osteoid Medical cast, attachable bone stimulator by Deniz Karasahin (via designmilk) - Harper Lee quotes and, if you want pictures with the quotes, 32 Memorable Harper Lee Quotes We’ll Never Forget Enjoy your weekend.

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    - Restored 1930s Paris Apartment by Marcante-Testa (UdA) has a large, interesting French Metal Rack dividing its spaces. - Guitar help: Fret Friend - Onesies for little future Designers and Design Critics. - Indiegogo: Orilamp - How to be happy? Train for it - Wood Expanding Table - Einstein's gravitational waves 'seen' from black holes and What are gravitational waves? - Mesmerizing Mass Sheep Herding Enjoy your weekend.

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    - Studio Apartment in Paris by Anne Rolland Architecte - Super Tiny Apartment In Paris / Kitoko Studio (it used to be a maid's room, to give you a sense of space) - Bright woven wall hangings: jujujust's etsy shop - Air Bonsai - Simon Beck's Snow Art - Fluid Dynamics and elastic spheres (via itsokaytobesmart - Indiegogo: The Eden Suction Planter - Indiegogo: Orilamp - Jane Street Townhouse: Back Garden (via pinterest) Enjoy your weekend!

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    - New Resin and Neon Lamps by Sabine Marcelis (via Share Design) - Meet The Candidates In 100 Words And 60 Seconds - From the potter’s wheel at Tortus Copenhagen - So much yellow (inside and out): AD Classics: Rogers House/ Richard & Su Rogers - Credited As: Stop Motion Animator (via intweetion) - Chris Rock: Proust Questionnaire (via kateoplis) - Good Sleep = Good Gut? - Gif-out to a year of migration for 118 bird species across the Western Hemisphere. (via thisisnthappiness) Enjoy your weekend.

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    - Folly Soaps via The Art of Soap - David Derksen's Moiré lights rotate to create moving patterns - Can you build a better brain? - Yellow Staircase by CUT Architectures - Your entryway needs this coat rack, along with a peacock, of course: "The owners fashioned this coat rack from metal pipes." - Amalgamma develops 3D printing concrete technique for building structures - Yoga geeks, take a look at this: Nowness- Felix Price - Frame House by Jonathan Tuckey Enjoy your weekend!

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    - Animated Light Paintings by Lucea Spinelli (via thisisnthappiness) - The World's Most Functional Sleeping Bag by Capata - How to turn a plastic bottle into 20 yards of string - So many good stamps: extase's Etsy Shop (via thinx) - Mindful breathing - Honeybee mite is "like having a 6-pound house cat attached to your side, sucking the life out of you"- yikes: A Hardier Honeybee That Fights Back By Biting Back - Cocooon Veggie Bag - Incredible Gravity Map of the Earth’s Seafloors - Studio Swine turned Ocean Trash into Treasure - Nozomi Nakabayashi: Hut on Stilts (via ...

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    - Mountaintop Skywalk with a 330 Foot Slide Down - New BFGF Blankets - Want: Nordic Spruce Box - Impressive staircase - Graffiti Ollio Rugs (via Skönahem) - Somewhat affordable: minimal Morey Platform Bed - Note: Slight sale on Galileo's Telescope by Odoardo Fioravanti -Davide D’Elia, Antivegetativa - "London designer Marcin Rusak has created a collection of furniture and lighting by encasing flowers in resin, then cutting the blocks to reveal the petals inside." Enjoy your weekend.

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    - MUJI HUT (via Dwell) - The Value of an End of the Week "Brain Dump" - Kickstarter: BuddyLight - It floats! Flyte Light - Cedar-clad House by Yale Students = affordable housing? - Fruit Wash Labels - Thrift store finds, Dave Pollot - Sleeping Bag That Looks Just Like A Life-Sized Bear by Eiko Ishizawa (via thisisnthappiness) Enjoy your weekend.

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    - Freunde von Freunden: Juerg Judin - Randomly selected webcams & surveillance cameras from around the world (via @presentcorrect) - Which of these works of art sold for more at auction in New York in the last week? - If you've got a lawn: Why you should mulch leaves, not rake them - Auroma: The Coffee Maker That Learns Your Preferences Over Time - Fordite: a rare mineral only found in old Detroit auto-painting facilities - Here's what to do with your hands during a job interview via @Jenna_Goudreau - Samuel Wilkinson's Ommatidium Sculpture Enjoy your weekend.

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    - Those aren't birds, they're plastic bags: Murmurations by Alain Delorme (via Slow Show) - A Machine That Wakes You Up And Gets You Dressed - MomentumMobiles - Geometric Paper Sculptures by Paperwolf - 5 Cool Things You May Not Know About Your Tape Measure (via neatorama) - 3-D printed cape by Love & Robots - Little House with a Big Terrace / Takuro Yamamoto Have a great weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - Not new, but pretty cool: permanent marker installation by heike weber - Axis Gear: Motorize your existing window shades - Bob Ross Painting Episodes Are Streaming Online - Bumblebees used for targeted pesticide deliveries - Onomo's "magic compass" uses LEDs to guide cyclists - Recycled skateboard pendant lamp - Action figure replica of Michelangelo’s David- there's also Venus de Milo and The Thinker, available at Goodsmile's shop - Fortsy: the 2 minute fort - HALLOWEEN, INC.: THE SPOOKY, $7 BILLION EVOLUTION OF AMERICA'S SWEETEST HOLIDAY Happy Halloween! Don't eat too much candy, it'll make you sick.

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    - This thing moves! Behnaz Farahi's Caress of the Gaze (via thinx) - Back/neck tension? How about a "luxury" foam roller? RolPal (via NYTimes) - The 20 people who have given away the most money to charity - A "cute" surveillance camera: Ulo - Ha ha- Daniel Craig's thoughts on James Bond - A "futuristic" wallet: Kallet - ROAR: smart safety jewelry - Cantilevered Home in the Mountains Enjoy your weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - Love. More marmoreal! - Like! The LightBox: A wireless, interface-free light switch. - Did Astronomers Find Evidence of an Alien Civilization? (Probably Not. But Still Cool.) - Piet Hein Eek wallpaper range for NLXL (the black brick looks superb) - Papestack: faux cardboard fireplace around your tv - Pretty/strange: Dirt Pattern Material - Bogobrush: buy one give one - The unusual research methods inspiring Ikea’s new products - Jennifer Angus wallpapers Renwick Gallery with a pattern of 5,000 exotic bugs Have a nice weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - Eyrie Houses / Cheshire Architects (via Remodelista) - Faye Toogood's Bone Hardware - Customizable neon letters and numbers- Fun! - Yikes. We have passed Peak Fish. - Remember the Ockham Razor? They now are offering a lighter travel version. - Eight reasons to be hopeful about the future of our food system - Kinda cool: FurniQi - Wireless Charging Bamboo Side Table - Book art by Guy Laramée - Stool Zero, "a series of recycled crown seating stools made from discarded plastic electrical housing and recycled fan covers." Have a great weekend!

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