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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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    - 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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    - 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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    - 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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    - It's an artist's canvas, and it's also a speaker. The Soundwall® Chalkboard is pretty neat too. - Say goodbye to stripped screws: Knife Edge™ Screwdriver Bits on Kickstarter - Modern Cornhole on Kickstarter - Donna Wilson Sweaters! - Deaths from gun violence vs. deaths from terrorism, in one chart - I saw this in person last night at Houston's Contemporary Art Fair, and it's pretty fun: Finell Poke Container. This one also looks neat: Crawl Silicone Container. - Robot Guides Soybean Plant To Light (via we-are-star-stuff) - The Rich Color Variations of Pluto (via npr) Enjoy your weekend!

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    - For three days from October 1st through 3rd, Superpowers of Ten, an alternative version of Charles and Ray Eames’ film Powers of Ten, will be shown in Chicago for the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial. - Self-Rolling Fitness & Yoga Mat - Is this a good or bad idea? MasterPan All-In-One Frying Pan - 3 strategies for replacing your lawn (via Gardenista) - A Personal Security App: Virtual Halo - Interesting: New Architectural Collages by Matthias Jung - Listen: If a Tree Falls in the Forest… These Megaphones Will Amplify Its Sound Have a great weekend.

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    - Ooo, interesting: New Samsung TV by the Bouroullec brothers - Teeny tiny drone - Crash Course Astronomy: Neutron Stars, Pulsars, and Magnetars - Book: Soviet Bus Stops - This gif is pretty funny - FvF: Anthony and Phoebe Dann - 2015 Ig Nobel Prize winners (follow the link to see them all) - "Punkt has launched a stripped-back mobile handset designed by British designer Jasper Morrison that only offers basic phone functions." Interested? Have a good weekend.

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    - Tiny (amazing) Vacation House / Hristina Hristova - Not liking your current can lights? Here's a quick fix: EzClipse - Kickstarter: Water Wasp is the best off-grid survival solar watermaker. - Cute: Watch To-Do organizer - House in Hatogaya by Schemata Architects (via leibal) Have a great weekend.

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    - An all White Attic - Graphic Designers, this is how you should charge your clients - Hmm. Male seahorse and human pregnancies remarkably alike - Incredibly woolly sheep- it needed help "relieving the beast of its life-threatening load" - Color(ed) Theory: Color, Race, and Space in Chicago’s South Side - Teensy tiny little horses - 4 Engineering Students have Developed a Device that Converts Sign Language into Voice and Text (via Gender and Science) - Transportation: there are balloons and then there are balloons Enjoy your Labor Day weekend- we'll be back on Tuesday with posts.

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    - Runners: Million Mile Light - Marie Kondo: "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up" - Hooray! Snow Peak develops Food-Grade Silicone Cups (will be a post next week, I'm sure) - Good news or bad? A Lot of Published Psychology Results are Bullshit - And you thought the Clintons were paid a bunch of money per speech .... - For your laptop or phone: Marble covers - 100,000 white balloons fill Covent Garden for art installation reflecting human heartbeats Have an excellent weekend.

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  • Friday Links

    - House 1101 in Sant Cugat del Vallès, Spain - Brain: Discover The Backwards Brain Bicycle - A Statistical Analysis of the Work of Bob Ross - Video: Using leftovers to save the planet - Model Citizens - Kickstarter: Uprite Ergo Sit2Stand Height Adjustable Workstation - Astronauts Will Test a New Way to Recycle Urine and Sweat into Drinking Water (via unconsumption) - Video: People Of All Ages Give Life Advice To Their Younger Counterparts - Keep your extra credit, business, and gift cards in this: Mini Card Book Enjoy your weekend.

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    -Ceramics by Katharine Morling -Want to learn something? This is the coolest: Theories of Everything, Mapped -Yay for Hay! HAY Mini Market Hits New York -Cute stools: Reproduction No. 5 and Reproduction No. 8 -FreeYourFeet -8/10 was my score this week. Fast Company News Quiz -ELERT Illuminated Sports Backpack -Stores Suffer From a Shift of Behavior in Buyers -‘Living Things’ (via unconsumption) Have a great weekend.

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