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Desktop Jellyfish Tank

Jellyfish are fascinating creatures, hypnotizing to watch, but home aquariums could not have them as they would be sucked into the water filtration system. With this in mind, student Alex Andon, began to develop an adapter for tanks to make them jellyfish friendly. The creatures themselves are not harmful to humans and can be purchased for $39 a unit at Jellyfish Art website. Light is provided by a LED lamp, and the color can be changed using a remote control.



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CIRCULAR CALENDAR 2015

The Circular Calendar is a beautiful and unusual wall calendar designed by German user interface designer Sören Lachnit. The A0 size calendar lets your organize the year clockwise, displaying weekdays, calendar weeks, moon phases, months, and average daylight hours, plus enough space for daily notes. It focuses on the solar and lunar influences on the yearly calendar, the yellow form in the inner of the calendar represents the possible sun hours fifty degrees north ...
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VW Camper Van Bed

Circu is a Portuguese company, they are specialists in bringing some fun and imagination to children´s rooms. Inspired by one of the most iconic and magical symbols of fun and freedom, the beautifully designed Bun Van, is a bed, but it looks like an old school VW! Built from fibreglass and chrome, and finished with a palisander wood veneer inside, the made-to-order creation features multiple storage compartments, a bed, a TV, a secretary, a mini bar and a sofa. A tr...
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URBAN BEEHIVE | BY PHILIPS

Philips have created a stylish beehive that allows you to become a beekeeper inside your own house! The unconventional Urban Beehive consists of two parts, a tinted glass shell that houses the honeycomb frames and a flower pot with an entry passage to the glass vessel. You can then harvest the honey produced, simply pull on the smoke actuator chain to calm the bees before it is opened. Besides allowing us a glimpse into the fascinating world of these industrious cre...
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