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Start It Up: Vanity

This purple suede skull is called “Vanity” and is one of the many impressive works from designer Natalia Brilli. If you don’t visit her website, who knows what’ll happen. You might wake up with your dick covered in green leather. Link [via]

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Cord Plug Redesigned

One of the most dangerous things you do on a daily basis (besides drive your automobile) is fiddle with the power cords of home appliances. You never know when pulling that cord will result in a tear and a powerful shock that you’ll certainly remember. Good thing designer Kim Seung Woo has redesigned the standard power cord with a glow-in-the-dark ...

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A Mobile Bench That Borrows From A Wheelbarrow

You’d think this mobile park bench was made by IKEA with its simple design and detailed instruction set for how to build it. Ironically, the creator is artist Rogier Martens, who happens to be Dutch. Did you know the parent company of IKEA is a Dutch-registered foundation known as INGKA Holding? Coincidence? I think not. This is the ideal park ...

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Flat Light Bulb For Flat Rooms

Light bulbs have not gone under many changes in design since their invention. Besides the curly eco bulbs that have spread like wild fire since the awareness of an energy crisis, conventional light bulbs have always retained their shape. That is, until Korean designer Joonhuyn Kim redesigns the light bulb to his own liking. What he creates is a light ...

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Poufman Seats Bare No Resemblance To Pac-Man

No, really. These seats are just coincidentally named Poufman, they’ve got nothing to do with the classic Namco game, Pac-Man. No relation at all. Hell, these seats aren’t even inspired by Pac-Man one bit. If anything, Pac-Man is inspired by these seats. The designers of Italian company QAYOT were clearly eating a slice of pizza when they spawned the creation ...

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Laser Cut Scarf One Ups PT

Phil Torrone over at MAKE is famous for laser-etching designs into electronics such as laptops. Now a small company called Little Factory has one-upped him by producing laser cut scarves that form words out of tiny letters. Versions are available with both uppercase and lowercase letters, as well as a numbers piece. While I’m not sure if these are the ...

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