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The Bike Deconstructed

"The Bike Deconstructed” is a visually impressive book that provides an in-depth look of the modern bicycle in order to understand the design, origins, and evolution of each constituent part. On first glance, your bicycle might look pretty straightforward, but if you dismantle it, you´ll find as many as two hundred parts, each with a critical role to play. The beautifully illustrated guide written by bicycle guru Richard Hallett celebrates bicycle design and engineering and gives you an insight on what makes modern bicycles such marvels. via

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INSIDE OUT CHAMPAGNE GLASSES | Image

INSIDE OUT CHAMPAGNE GLASSES

The Inside out Champagne Glasses are elegant, unusual and distinctively classy. The glasses have a simple, neutral and discreet outer shape, but once you pour the drink, it reveals the iconic champagne-glass silhouette! The result is an unusual and highly fascinating effect. Available from Moma Store or from Amazon...
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ANOTHER ESCAPE

Another Escape is a beautifully illustrated magazine about adventure, outdoor lifestyle, and sustainable living. The independent publication is a mix of ideas-based articles, features, people pieces and photo-essays. It covers the stories of passionate people and the motivations behind their inspirational lifestyles, all deep-rooted in exploration, creativity, innovation and discovery. A source of inspiration for those seeking a fulfilling lifestyle. Purchase...
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THE ART OF TIDYING UP | BY URSUS WEHRLI | Image

THE ART OF TIDYING UP | BY URSUS WEHRLI

Ursus Wehrli is a Swiss artist obsessed with cleaning up and order. After his two best-selling books on Tidying up Art (he deconstructs the works from famous artists) his latest book is called " The Art of Tidying Up" Mr. Wehrli finally puts the whole world in order. In the book,compulsive artist Wehrli sorts out things we encounter in everyday life, such as a pine branch, alphabet soup, or a parking lot. He organizes everything according to color, size, and shape....
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