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Grid Framed Tech

The Framed Tech series by GRID pays homage to the biggest tech icons to have graced our pockets, by disassembling them and laying all parts out in an ultra-organized fashion, creating these modern works of art. The series includes deconstructions of several generations of iPhone, the original iPod Touch, to several iconic phones such as the BlackBerry and Nokia. Each disassembled gadget comes in a lightbox frame so you can show your love for these great tech icons by proudly displaying them on the wall of your man cave, for a fair bit of nostalgic cool.



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QUIP TOOTHBRUSH | Image

QUIP TOOTHBRUSH

When was the last time your brush bristles were refreshed? quip is the electric toothbrush designed and delivered for the modern mouth/life. Timed vibrating bristles guide better brushing, a nifty travel case doubles as a wireless mirror mount, and fresh brush heads are delivered for $5 every 3 months....
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JUPE PORTABLE SHELTER

Developed by former Testa and SpaceX designers, these tiny urban escape pods are now available to preorder. Glamp wherever you want this summer with the Jupe Portable Shelter, a 111 square feet dwelling with enough room for a queen-size bed, a desk, chair, and ottoman. The sides are made of fire-resistant canvas, while the floor is wood tiling. The front window can open into a large panorama to take in views. Each unit comes with solar panels, a 200 Ah battery syste...
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THE UNIVERSE HOUSE | BY TATIANA BILBAO | Image

THE UNIVERSE HOUSE | BY TATIANA BILBAO

The Universe House, a beach house in Mexico barely higher than the rock it sits on, with a pool on the roof was designed by Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco and built by architect Tatiana Bilbao. Designed by Tatiana Bilbao one of the most promising newcomers on the Mexican architectural scene....
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