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Stelton Wall Clock

Designed by the German duo, Jehs & Laub, the minimalist Stelton Wall Clock has a unique, graphical look, and the absence of traditional clock casing creates the illusion of floating on the wall. Made from aluminum and painted in matt black, the stylish clock features a minute arm that is linked with a thin circle that forms the clock face, casting an attractive shadow on the wall. Creating a recognizable outline of a clock but without many of the traditional wall clock components, the creative design transforms a classic timepiece into a conversation starter.



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STEEL BOTTLE GRINDERS

These are a couple of ultra cool minimalist designed grinders with some nice features. First of all the great big difference from the other more conventional ones is the fact that they sprinkle from the top as opposed from the bottom, so there’s no spillage when you’re done on the table or the kitchen closet you store it into. Designed by a team of Danish architects the brushed stainless steel grinders have a great look and are really well polished, it will take you...
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SKEYE PICO DRONE

Skeye Pico Drone is the world´s smallest drone! it fits in the palm of your hand, in fact, you can store it within the remote control, making it pocket size, so you´ll have fun anywhere you want, because of its portability. You get all the features of its older brothers, like the six axis flight control and RTF (ready-to-fly) technology. You also get LED lights to fly it by night, and get a cool firefly effect, and a 3 level adjustable sensitivity for the remote. Wi...
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DISINTEGRATING SERIES

Disintagrating Series is a set of HD photos that lead us to believe that high performance cars are disintegrating, and doing it in super slow mo and high def detail, this really triggers our morbid curiosity… who doesn’t love a good nice blow up of a super fast car? This artform also allows us to grasp at the complexity of these machines and make us aware of the time and effort that’s put into building them. This will set a pair of conflicting emotions, the thrill o...
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