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Rear View Prints

Petrolheads rejoice, Rear View Prints is a beautifully designed collection of original illustrations celebrating the vehicles that have defined the ages. Created by Irish artist Patrick Redmond, the A3-sized themed illustrations are printed on 300gsm premium cotton paper, and each is hand embossed with the Rear View Prints seal. The tasteful prints, feature anything from the original Batmobile to late 1990s Ferrari Formula 1 cars, to famous racing tracks from around the word. There are also prints that transcend the fringes of the traditional classic car world, and venture into those of film, travel and popular culture.



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WEEKEND RETREAT | TOKYO | Image

WEEKEND RETREAT | TOKYO

This original weekend retreat is located in the woods just outside of Tokyo in Japan. The dreamy retreat was designed by Shin Ohori of General Design Co, It features two main cabins that include a kitchen, bathroom and living area. Two yellow dome tents are used as year-round bedrooms. source...
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CONCRETE SUMMER HOUSE

Designed by Argentinean architect Luciano Kruk, the Concrete Summer House is a distinctly modern structure, but looks perfectly at home in the wooded area of a beautiful natural space located in northern Argentina. Located among pine trees in the seaside resort of Mar Azul near Buenos Aires, the H3 House is built using concrete to create a rugged appearance and to reduce maintenance, but also to draw a connection between the house and its wooded setting. It features...
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RECLAIMED WOOD LIGHTING

Split Grain is an LA-based studio owned by designer Paul Freckler, he makes these exquisite lights with reclaimed wood. The beautiful collection of fine art wood sculptures explores the hidden beauty of the grain and growth of trees, each piece is unique and deconstructs the wood form to reveal its unique contours, patterns and characteristics. The sculptures are supported by aluminum or steel and are sliced in sections to create a unique form which also allows ligh...
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