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Upcycle Fetish | Bike Racks

Austrian designer Andreas Scheiger creates these very cool "Hunting Trophies" made from recycled bicycle parts that can then be used as hanging racks for your bicycle. "Upcycle Fetish" combines old parts like bike saddles and handlebars to create bull head shapes that are both functional and quirky racks. Very creative! via



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URBAN CULTIVATOR

Urban Cultivator is a fully automated kitchen garden that enables you to grow your own fresh herbs or microgreens, 100% organic and independently of outdoor climate conditions. The innovative indoor system comes in two sizes, the smaller and most popular one that takes up about the same room as a dishwasher machine, and like the dishwasher, it also needs power and water supply, in fact it grows your favorite herbs hyonically, and with the built-in computerized manag...
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AUDIO DESK | BY SYMBOL AUDIO | Image

AUDIO DESK | BY SYMBOL AUDIO

Symbol Audio is a New York company that designs and handcrafts modern audio HIFI consoles and vinyl LP storage cabinets. Their products are distinctive and made for the design and quality oriented consumer. Example of their work is the cool Audio Desk, a modern writing desk that brings high quality audio into your workspace. Slide open the cabinet doors to reveal two 4 high efficiency full range drivers, with titanium cones, they are paired with a 1/4 ...
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SOUND ACTIVATED DRUM LIGHT | BY 326

The 326 sound activated drum light is made from a customised chrome plated steel drum stand and snare. Inside the snare is a one tap sound activated internal LED lighting strip. Utilising the classic lines of drum stand and snare this light looks great in any location and is fully height adjustable. One tap of the drum activates a set of LED lights within the snare and one further tap turns them off. ...
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