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Dead Mans Deck

This deck of cards will sure be a conversation starter. The unusual card deck is based on the infamous death of James "Wild Bill" Hickock, a Civil War veteran and celebrated gunfighter. He was shot in the back during a poker game before he could play his hand...and legend has it that he held Aces and Eights: The Dead Man´s Hand. Each of the morbid cards has a bullet hole straight through its middle, and the infamous "Dead Man’s Hand” is splattered with red ink to symbolize blood. The design is true to the time period, with an ornate, grey pattern and old-style faces. Every deck comes with a musket ball and a scorched bullet hole through the entire deck. A deck full of details and history. Simply beautiful and creative!



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FLOAT TABLE | BY RPR

At first glance the Float Table looks like an ordinary coffee table, but it isn´t, the original table designed by RPR (Rock Paper Robot), elastically deforms and stabilizes when force is applied. The levitating wooden cubes are held with a system of tensile steel cables and when pushed reveal the table´s dynamic character. Check out the video and see the table in action. via...
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HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE | THE CHEF

This time around we have curated some of the best, most unique gastronomic options for The Chef. As with all our gift guides we try to bring you stuff that is unique, functional and distinct, so hopefully you´ll find something for the foodie in your life. ...
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FOUR LEAVES HOUSE

The Four Leaves House sure is worth a long and serious glance should you be an architecture lover, a perfect example of what oriental design is capable of in terms of designing a beautiful house. The unique home was designed by the guys at KIAS (Kentaro Ishida Architects Studio) and built in the Nagano metro area, 150 miles from Tokyo, more accurately in the Karuizawa forest, ideal for weekend escapades. It has around 225 sqm and was finished last year. The main fea...
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