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Volkswagen Eggs, Vegetables, Soda, and Milk Packaging
September 30, 2008, 5:07 pm
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These are only advertisements, not the real thing. But based on how cool they look, I think they should actually make em. The egg carton is my favorite.

via I Believe in Advertising



Zuriick Shoes
September 30, 2008, 2:25 am
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Zuriick makes some fly f’in shoes. Plus they get bonus points for having purple soles. And they’re quite affordable too — each pair around $65. They don’t make the ones I bought anymore so I’ll take a picture when I get a chance. Simon out.



Melted Polppropylene Rope Chair by Tom Price
September 30, 2008, 2:09 am
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This chair is created by heating and pressing a seat-shaped former into a ball of polypropylene rope. The rope begins to liquify as it comes into contact with the heated former and, as it cools, it sets in the shape of a seat creating a contrast in form and texture to the remaining rope. No additional material has been added to make the seat – it is all made from melted rope.

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If it unravels I guess you can melt it again.

via Yanko Design



Pinch by Jos van der Meulen
September 28, 2008, 10:21 pm
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available at dedece+



Table in a Box
September 28, 2008, 9:57 pm
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Doesn’t look very comfy.

via Unclutterer



Paper Pulp Lamp by David Gardener
September 26, 2008, 5:16 pm
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If you haven’t figured it out yet, the packaging is the lamp, leaving zero waste.

via TreeHugger



Buddhist Bead Clock
September 26, 2008, 5:08 pm
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Shweet. One bead drops every five minutes. By the way if you have never held a bead necklace in your hand and constantly slide a bead down hearing it hit the other ones, you’re missing out. It’s extremely relaxing. It’s like twiddling thumbs, except not stupid.

via The Long Now Blog