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Ephemeral Tattoos

Ephemeral is a new form of tattoo ink that lasts a year and then goes away! If you’re one of those people constantly thinking of getting a tattoo but haven´t had the courage to go through with it because of the lifetime commitment, this year-long solution could be of interest. The key is the size of the pigments used in the ink, co-founder Anthony Lam explains "What we have done differently is encapsulate tiny dye molecules - much smaller than the pigments used in traditional tattoo ink - in a multicomponent sphere made completely of biomaterials”. Ephemeral is a two-part system, involving an ink designed to break down after a year, along with a separate removal solution. Both application and removal can be done by tattoo artists using their existing equipment.



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SWING TABLE | BY DUFFY LONDON | Image

SWING TABLE | BY DUFFY LONDON

This table puts a little extra fun into dinning sessions or office meetings. The Swing table by Duffy London uses it´s structure to suspend a central lampshade and eight hanging chairs that sway playfully. With the chairs hovering arround the table you also get a helping hand when vacuuming....
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LUSHNA VILLA

Lushna Villa takes the new glamping concept to another level. As you know glamping is the combo of glamour and camping, you get all the cool things in camping, such as the outdoors’ life, nature contact and sense of freedom, but you also get a more luxurious experience than regular camping provides, with a bit more comfort and luxury. Lushna Villa is a way to get this provided by their unique and beautiful design, made of larch wood with eco-insulation, the structur...
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CAMSHAFT LAMP | BY CLASSIFIED MOTO | Image

CAMSHAFT LAMP | BY CLASSIFIED MOTO

Classified Moto besides doing some serious motorbike conversions also make some very cool pieces of furniture, we have showcased some in the past. They have added some new pieces to the collection, including this "Camshaft Lamp", a sleek and simple lamp that combines a well-used brake rotor with a vintage Japanese camshaft! Great use again, rescuing old motorbike parts from rusting away......
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