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Flatmate Secretary

Seems like the latest tech developments are affecting furniture design. The Flatmate Secretary was conceived by Michael Hilgers for Magazin, it is only 5" deep, but when the top is folded out it has a workspace of 28" wide by 16.5" deep. With many using their phones or tablets as computers, this looks like a more than adequate work desk for a small studio or office.



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URBAN CITYSCAPES | BY TIM JAROSZ | Image

URBAN CITYSCAPES | BY TIM JAROSZ

We were contacted by Tim Jarosz, a professional photographer and graphic designer from Chicago, he creates wonderful artwork highlighting urban "cityscapes" from digitally collaged photograph illustrations. Timīs artwork is then printed on chromalux board or aluminum sheet metal providing the necessary look that makes the artwork really pop, with a super glossy finish that makes the colors truly vibrant. Check out the collection here...
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CARDOK | UNDERGROUND PARKING SOLUTION | Image

CARDOK | UNDERGROUND PARKING SOLUTION

Cardok is a safe and practical solution, itīs more secure than a locked garage, and best of all you can impress you friends. The cardok operates with a remote-control and is engineered to the highest standards. The platform takes 30 secondas to rise and incorporates a 2 vehicle lift, it can accommodate almost any car up to three tones. via werd...
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THOR ICE SCRAPER

With blistering cold sweeping across the country, the Thor ice scraper by Quirky, might just be what your looking for. With a innovative double-blade design, Thor lets you grip it with both hands, giving you more leverage and less strain when scraping ice from your windshield. It features a telescoping arm, helping you reach every spot on your car, and after use collapses for convenient storage. watch the video Available from Quirky or at Amazon...
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