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Wobble Chess Set

Designed by Adin Mumma, the Wobble Chess Set will add a little life and fun to the motionless game. The original design was inspired by the 70īs weeble toys, and each piece is reinterpreted with simple curves and a weighted dome base to allow for balance. The board is made from walnut and features concave squares that create a playful landscape.

Also check out the crazy 3 Man Chess set




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WHISKEY STONE SHOT GLASSES

This elegant set of 4 shot glasses is called Ekke Shot Glasses. Designed by Thea Mehl for Teroforma store, the glasses eliminate the problem of ice cubes that fill your drink with water. The shot glasses are stored in the freezer for a super-cold shot and because they are made from soapstone, they will help keep your drink cold for hours on end. source...
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HOUSE TERRA

Brazil has a natural beauty unlike anywhere else in the world. This stunning property was designed by Bernardes Architecture, and is set on a breathtaking mountainous district near Rio de Janeiro. Named House Terra, the 1,000-square-metre residence is situated on top of a hill to ensure its living areas enjoy the best views of the surrounding countryside. The house features pigmented concrete walls that match the reddish color of the local earth, and has two levels,...
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RESQME | LIFEHAMMER KEYCHAIN

The ResQMe is a keychain, itīs a very versatile tool that can save a life. This innovative tool allows people to escape from being trapped in vehicles, it has a steel pin with a high pressure armed spring, which can break any tempered glass window. It is also equipped with a protected stainless steel blade for cutting seat belts and clothing, thus allowing a quick escape. The RES-Q-ME is designed to be quickly released without removing the ignition key....
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