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Shinola Wall Clock

General Electric have teamed up with Detroit´s Shinola to introduce a new collection of well-made, American-manufactured home goods incorporating parts sourced from small companies across the globe. Inspired by Sninola´s classic Runwell watch, The Runwell Wall Clock is distinguished by the brand´s signature modern American aesthetic. The matte dial has raised numerals and luminous hands, all contained in a polished chrome case under domed glass. A signature Shinola clock stand may be purchased separately for displaying on a mantelpiece or tabletop as an alternative to wall hanging. Currently available in three styles.



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TO GO GRILL | BY EVA SOLO | Image

TO GO GRILL | BY EVA SOLO

Eva Solo´s new sleek To Go Grill is perfect for picnics in the woods, on the beach or using on the balcony. The stylish and portable grill is made from enameled steel and features silicone handles that stay cool, even when the grill is hot.  The grill is supplied with a practical nylon strap for holding the various parts together when it is being transported or stored. via watch the video...
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BULBING LED LAMPS

Designed by Nir Chehanowski of Studio Cheha, the cool Bulbing LED Lights trick your eyes and challenge your mind. Inspired by classic and vintage-style desk lamps the elegant 3D optical illusion lamps are actually flat, but produce the illusion they are 3D, once switched on! This effect is achieved by LED light lines etched on a acrylic sheet that illuminate the design and create a powerful optical illusion. Three styles are available to choose from, all include a d...
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NASA Visions of the Future Posters

NASA is giving away its spectacular vintage-inspired space travel posters for free! Back in the 1930s and ´40s, during the height of the Great Depression, artists designed posters for the Works Projects Administration to encourage travel to national parks and other tourist sites in the United States. NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory is taking a similar approach to promote a future of travel to other planets, and has unveiled a set of retro-style posters advertising t...
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