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Beaver Pencil Sharpener | By Alessi

How cool is this little guy? The Beaver Pencil Sharpener is a collaboration of artist Rodrigo Torres for iconic Italian design brand Alessi. The little chrome-plated wood chewing creature is also a paper weight. A fun and quirky spin on your traditional pencil sharpener but still very functional. via

Also check out one of our all time favorite Alessi products, the Juicy Salif Citrus Squeezer




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ARTIC FORCE SNOWBALL BLASTER | Image

ARTIC FORCE SNOWBALL BLASTER

The Arctic Force Snowball Blaster is designed to both make and launch snowballs, the removable three-ball snowball press on top lets you pack three perfectly spherical snowballs. When ready, pull back the slingshot mechanism and blast away the competition in your next snowball fight! The Snow Blaster can shoot snowballs up to 80 feet! making you the "deadliest” weapon on the hill. watch the video Available for purchase in Europe here Also check out the Cro...
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PINCH BIKE STAND | BY CLANK WORKS | Image

PINCH BIKE STAND | BY CLANK WORKS

Another clever and simple bicycle storage solution. The "Pinch stand" is hand crafted from bamboo wood and features a spring system available from it´s fabrication process, all you have to do is place the rear wheel in between the two halves of Pinch and it uses the weight of your bicycle to clamp it in position....
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MINIMAL MOVIE POSTERS | BY CHUNGKONG | Image

MINIMAL MOVIE POSTERS | BY CHUNGKONG

Chungkong is a Netherlands based designer. By day he is a graphic designer creating adverts and brand identities for clients, and by night Chungkong transforms into a poster creating mad man. His posters stand out for a simple and humorous language, demonstrating great ingenuity and imagination, he strips the subjects down to their bare bones and brings them to life in vibrant and playful designs, covering a variety of subjects from cult movies, geek art, books and ...
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