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  • Screwpop
    May 7th, 2010
    This keychain fits four tools in one: Phillips Screwdriver #2, Flathead Screwdriver #2, 1/4 Hex. Nut Driver, and a Bottle Pop-Top Opener. Handy, right? Material: Zinc Alloy (Body) & Tool…
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  • Van Doesburg Alphabet Tea Towel
    April 29th, 2010
    If you're a fan of typography, you might recognize this sans-serif typeface based on Theo van Doesburg's orignal designs for an alphabet in 1919. Isn't it strange how something almost…
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  • WASARA collection
    April 22nd, 2010
    I could've sworn that we've posted these before, but just as well that we haven't seeing as they're a perfect fit for today. Yes, today is Earth Day. What does…
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  • Dustpan and Brush (color)
    April 6th, 2010
    Color! Now one of the most lovely dustpan and brush sets is available in color, making spring cleaning a pleasure rather than a chore... er, or hopefully so. We posted…
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  • Kakuzai Wood Memo Block
    March 22nd, 2010
    Why do you need a stack of memo notes that look like a block of wood? I couldn't tell you, but I know I want one. My suggestion is that…
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  • Green Boy
    March 10th, 2010
    Cute. While Green Boy does a great job of organizing that jangling mess of keys you have, to me, it seems like he's being quite assertive and telling me to…
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  • Joby Gorillapod Magnetic
    March 8th, 2010
    Joby adds one more to the family on their innovative flexible, attach-to-anything Gorillapod tripods. This magnetic version has the added benefit of being able to stick to any ferrous surface.…
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  • Foradacaixa Music Box
    March 5th, 2010
    Hand cranked music boxes, they're not just for monkeys in red hats to dance to anymore... uh, right? This music box brings to mind the vintage versions, except it's small…
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  • This is For You
    February 26th, 2010
    Maybe you know of Rob Ryan's paper cut outs? Yes? No? Well, either way, this book is cheeeaap and might just be worth buying for a flip through. Hardback. 7.75…
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  • Poverty Sketch Book
    February 23rd, 2010
    Charles Booth's renowned surveys (1898-9) classified sections of London by poverty levels. Maybe not so interesting if you've never been to London, but seeing as I live here, it's interesting…
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  • Metal Heart with Spheric Sound
    February 9th, 2010
    This metal heart 'emits a soft spheric' sound so that when you're crying yourself to sleep on Valentine's Day you'll have some comfort. Just kidding. Forgo those lame boring valentine's…
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  • Erasers (with quotes)
    February 4th, 2010
    Maybe it's the soft lighting in these photos, but these erasers seem like the perfect small gift for anyone that still uses pencil and paper. shown: "You have to know…
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  • Singgih Kartono Compass
    February 4th, 2010
    There's a lot to like about this compass. It's made with sustainable wood and fair trade labor, beautiful, and quite inexpensive. We've previously written about his incredible Wooden Radio before,…
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  • Lovi Postcards
    February 1st, 2010
    Your penmanship is probably lacking exercise, so think about sending one of these postcards to a friend or loved one to make their day. The flat-packed pieces create either a…
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  • I Swear to Good You Are God at This
    January 29th, 2010
    Maybe you've seen this little book by Holiday Matinee? If you haven't, you're in for a treat. It's full of 25 creative people (and their projects) who've escaped the hum-drum…
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