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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 light to escape from the centre. Illuminated by multiple LED lights, they come with an integrated dimmer allowing its light to be adjusted to fit various room lighting conditions. 

Learn more from Split Grain, or grab one from their online store at Etsy




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SAFEGO PORTABLE SAFE

The Safego Portable Safe is as clearly stated in its name, a portable safe that aims to deter thiefs from stealing your most valuable yet portable stuff, such as your smartphone, a camera, your wallet or documents when outdoors or doing sports activities. Made from ABS it’s strong enough to make pickpocketers change their mind and choose new targets, you can open it using a 3 digit code or the key that comes with it. It features a steel flexible cable that enables y...
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CASA CORTEN | BY MARCIO KOGAN | Image

CASA CORTEN | BY MARCIO KOGAN

We bring you another stunning piece of architecture by revolutionary Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan. We have shown you the amazing Paraty house, now we show you "Casa Corten" located in São Paulo, Brazil. The house gets it´s name from it´s facade made of Corten weathering steel, giving it a stable rust-like appearance when exposed to the weather for several years. The interior has an impressive combination and interplay of glass, wood and stone. Other cool feature...
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I COULD EAT A HORSE | SPAGHETTI MEASURING TOOL | Image

I COULD EAT A HORSE | SPAGHETTI MEASURING TOOL

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