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  • Triggertrap
     
    November 18th, 2013
     
    Why have a shutter remote when you could just use your phone? That's the idea behind the Triggertrap, a sync cord that triggers your camera's shutter with motion, sound, and…
     
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  • Wine Preserver Bottle
     
    November 15th, 2013
     
    I rarely open a bottle of wine without finishing it, but that's because I've got someone with a hollow leg to share it with me. However, a nice bottle of…
     
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  • Gregory Buntain Gift Ideas
     
    November 13th, 2013
     
    The first of our holiday gift guides is shared by Gregory Buntain, Co-Founder & Design Director of Fort Standard. Since beginning in 2011, Fort Standard has launched their own line…
     
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  • Frame Drawing Pad
     
    November 12th, 2013
     
    A quick framing job is just what your drawings need, because, let's face it, you're not a famous artist (yet). I'd suggest scattering a few of these around the house…
     
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  • Monocle by Native Union
     
    November 11th, 2013
     
    This looks like one half of a pair of headphones, doesn't it? It appears to be so at first glance, though after further inspection, you'll find a few bells and…
     
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  • Concertina Wood Trivet
     
    November 11th, 2013
     
    Trivets aren't necessarily exciting, are they? Charged with the task of protecting our tabletops, they're meant to be covered up with pots and dishes with little thought to their aesthetic…
     
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  • Polaroid Z340, Z2300 Cameras
     
    November 5th, 2013
     
    Polaroid fans, your wish came true. It's back now, better than ever. Perhaps you'd like an updated version of the original? Take a look at the Polaroid Z340 Instant Camera.…
     
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  • Parent Letter Napkins
     
    November 4th, 2013
     
    "Avoid late hours, pickled salmon, public meetings, crowded crossings, gutters, water-carts and over-eating." So says Rudyard Kipling to his youngest daughter, 12-year-old Elsie, in a letter specifying a few rules…
     
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  • Radio Dock
     
    October 30th, 2013
     
    Finally, the Radio Dock by Jonas Damon is available. Nostalgic styling provides a spot for your iPhone to rest while charging on your desk, countertop or nightstand. And, see that…
     
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  • Frame Bag
     
    October 28th, 2013
     
    Anytime the name of Konstantin Grcic is mentioned, I sit up and take notice. So, yeah, it's not a surprise that your eyes are landing on this Frame Bag he…
     
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  • Brass Alphabet Bookmark
     
    October 23rd, 2013
     
    Midori just keeps making brass desktop tools that are hard to resist. And this one packs a double function: use as a bookmark and as a stencil. Even if your…
     
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  • Geno the Giraffe Toy Kit
     
    October 23rd, 2013
     
    Excuse me while I geek out a little bit over this cardboard Kinetic Creature. You build it from a simple tab-and-slot kit, and, when you turn the wire handle, the…
     
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  • Scoop, Stab, and Spread
     
    October 22nd, 2013
     
    What to get someone that enjoys preparing and serving food? This set of 6 'Scoop, Stab & Spread' appetizer tools might fit the bill with their specific functions. The Scoop…
     
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  • Sparse Fixed Cycling Lights
     
    October 21st, 2013
     
    If you ride a bike at night, chances are you have appropriate cycling lights (if you don't, you're an idiot). And, considering you're reading this right now on our website,…
     
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  • ‘Errare’ Eraser
     
    October 15th, 2013
     
    For those days when you really screw up, pick up this eraser and read the notable latin phrase aloud: "Errare humanum est." That translates into 'To err is human' if…
     
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