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Brutal Beasts Prints

Award-winning digital production studio INK has created a stunning series of realistic plain body CGI posters designed to showcase some of the world´s most iconic racing cars in the purist way possible, with no livery or sponsorship. For their latest series, they pay homage to the golden era of rallying which was both a blessing and a curse. The result is a beautiful CGI image of a plain body against an ethereal white background to not overcomplicate the effortlessly simple design. Their first primordial Brutal Beast print celebrates the incredible Audi Quattro S1 E2 (1985), one of the most powerful and recognisable Group B cars ever made. The beauty is laid bare in its prototype primer-grey and is available if four prints in total to choose from. Each minimalist poster is printed on high quality paper at A2 or A1 size, you can choose from side, front, or rear shots, or get all four and install them side by side as a feature.

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Huckberry Interior


We have featured some original salt & pepper shakers(Salt & Pepper Cell Shakers, Salt and Pepper Squeezers, Angel and a Devil Shakers), but this has to be the most original of them all. The Switch Salt and Pepper from Fred & Friends is a clever shaker, it works with a large toggle button on top, you can switch between salt or pepper. Fun idea, no batteries required....
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EZ Ice Rink

How cool is this? EZ Ice is a DIY backyard rink! You can now have the backyard rink you´ve wanted all your life, thanks to this outdoor rink kit. All you need is a flat surface, and then simply snap in place the panels, brackets, and straps, and fill with water! The convenient kit includes everything needed for assembly, no additional tools or materials are required. You can even buy extra parts to increase your rink´s area down the line. watch the video below ...
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This is QLOCKTWO, the fourth dimension squared. A clock that tells time in words. It has a quadratic matrix of letters, some of the letters are illuminated. The time is displayed as text in five minute intervals. If you need to have a more exact time, look in the corner at the illuminated dots. QLOCKTWO has a brightness sensor; with its help the illuminating power of the letters is automatically adjusted....
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