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Splash Chopping Board

How cool is this chopping board? Designed by Mustard, a design studio that brings a fun perspective to everyday mundane products, the "Splash Chopping Board" is cleverly designed to make it stable against the edge of the kitchen counter using the drip as an edge. If necessary the "drips" can easily be removed, making a completely flat worktop saver. Available now for pre-order at online store mzube.

Also check out the very cool Paint Drip Table




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WHISKEY STONE SHOT GLASSES | Image

WHISKEY STONE SHOT GLASSES

This elegant set of 4 shot glasses is called Ekke Shot Glasses. Designed by Thea Mehl for Teroforma store, the glasses eliminate the problem of ice cubes that fill your drink with water. The shot glasses are stored in the freezer for a super-cold shot and because they are made from soapstone, they will help keep your drink cold for hours on end. source...
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OVERFLOW BATHTUBS | BY KASCH | Image

OVERFLOW BATHTUBS | BY KASCH

The Overflow bathtub series is designed in such a way that overflowing water is directed back into the tub which gives the bath the appearance of a natural waterhole. The concept resulted from the wish to combine the aesthetics of nature with the cultic character of bathing, and to give space to the element water in order to allow for all its possibilities....
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DOWNLOADABLE 3D MASKS | BY WINTERCROFT | Image

DOWNLOADABLE 3D MASKS | BY WINTERCROFT

With Halloween around the corner, you´re probably still looking for an original mask for your kids or for impressing your friends, this year why not make it yourself? Etsy online store Wintercroft is selling a variety of cool 3D masks, the process is fairly simple, choose a mask, download the DIY kit, print the template, follow the instructions and stick it to card or cardboard. You can then decorate it however you like. The end result is your own self-made polygon ...
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