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Shinola Wall Clock

General Electric have teamed up with Detroit´s Shinola to introduce a new collection of well-made, American-manufactured home goods incorporating parts sourced from small companies across the globe. Inspired by Sninola´s classic Runwell watch, The Runwell Wall Clock is distinguished by the brand´s signature modern American aesthetic. The matte dial has raised numerals and luminous hands, all contained in a polished chrome case under domed glass. A signature Shinola clock stand may be purchased separately for displaying on a mantelpiece or tabletop as an alternative to wall hanging. Currently available in three styles.



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THE SILVER ARROWS PROJECT | Image

THE SILVER ARROWS PROJECT

The Silver Arrows Project is a remarkable limited series of vintage racing prints that recreate the legendary silver cars of Mercedes-Benz and Auto Union. Using a combination of original photography with the most advanced 3D graphics, the end result is pretty amazing, with impressive details that could never have been captured with the photographic technology of the time. The beautiful series recreates the story of the Silver Arrows using memorable moments from 12 d...
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TACTICAL GRILLING APRON | Image

TACTICAL GRILLING APRON

Real men don´t wear aprons, real men wear Tactical Grilling Aprons! The perfect gift for men that like to be in control of the grill. The military-style apron is designed for all your barbecue and cooking needs, it features  three rows of modular attachments across the waist and two rows across the chest....
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BRICK SOFA | BY KIBISI | Image

BRICK SOFA | BY KIBISI

Kibisi, a danish Company from Copenhagen us teamed up with Danish upholstery company Versus to create this original sofa. This sofa is part of a line called Brick series, it consists of a pouf, a chair and two and three seater sofas. Bjarke Ingels of KiBiSi says: "the Brick explores the tectonic of bricklaying to stack sandbag like cushions into architecture for comfort.”...
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