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Chalkboard Pad

We live in a time it seems that everyone wants the latest in technology. This Chalkboard Pad is nice for a change and reminds us of the times when we actually took written notes. It is made from reclaimed wood, reclaimed black leather and chalkboard paint. The old schoolhouse chalk board is great for grocery lists, sketches, messages and plans. There is a hole in the top for hanging. via



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Taylor Stitch
Velomacchi
LIGHT LIGHT | LEVITATING LAMPS | Image

LIGHT LIGHT | LEVITATING LAMPS

The Silhouette floating lamp design is based on the iconic table lamp, it contrasts ultramodern technology with an almost antique appearance. This unique lamp was designed by Angela Jensen and engineer Ger Jansen, what makes it stand out is the floating top part. The floating effect is possible due to it´s electromagnetic components and a sophisticated control system. ...
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NIPI SMART COOLER

Nipi is the new cooler, designed and developed to fulfill the needs of modern outdoor life. The idea behind it is that we´ll always need and love cold drinks and that nowadays we also need power to charge our smartphones, tablets, cameras, etc. Nipi features a solar panel charger, and two 14.000 mAh lithium polymer batteries that will feed your devices´ needs. With Nipi you also get 4 USB ports to connect your devices or up to two other solar panels, in case you nee...
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MINI MUSEUM

Mini Museum is a new project currently taking Kickstarter by storm. Each mini museum is a handcrafted, individually numbered limited edition, portable collection of authentic and iconic curiosities carefully encased in resin, such as a piece of Lunar rock, T-Rex tooth, dinosaur egg, a piece of a palm tree from Antarctica, a piece of a meteorite, mammoth hair, a mount Everest rock, a piece of coal from the Titanic wreck, even a piece of dinosaur dung! Each mini museu...
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