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Iwood Laptop

Children will have enough time to be introduced to all the new technologies, in the meantime you might want to introduce them to the charming i-Wood! a chalkboard laptop designed to look like a real laptop. The educational "state-of-the-art" iWood has a space for the chalk replacing the trackpad and is purely eco-friendly. Plus, it will keep the little ones away from your brand new iPad... [scouted by Joao]



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MASK HOUSE

Located in a woodland area in upstate New York, lays this impressive cabin, a sanctuary for refuge and contemplation. The Mask House was envisioned by WOJR, it stands on stilts over a slope and is protected by a large slatted wall that covers the facade. The entry is placed at the end of a long elevated walkway, and visitors discover a sequence of small spaces that create a sense of connection in between two different worlds. The minimalist tree house features an op...
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VINTAGE CAMPER BIRDHOUSE

Now your friendly garden birds can live in style with this very cool Vintage Camper Birdhouse. The Birdhouse was inspired by the Shasta campers of the 1950s. It features an aluminum door(both a design accent and a deterrent to squirrels), and a slide out bottom for easy cleaning. The original Birdhouse is available in creme over turquoise, or creme over yellow gold. ...
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CHRISTIAN VIZL OCEAN PRINTS

Mexican photographer Christian Vizl captures the underwater world in never-before-seen ways. The award winning photographer conveys the poetry of light through his inspiring black and white, color, and macro underwater images. He says about his inspiring work "I dreamt about what lay beneath the waves, and how would it look if suddenly all the water vanished, leaving all the animals and living creatures in stasis. In this way, I could walk within the ocean and see t...
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