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Real human skin

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A manipulated photo of human skin.
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Antenna Telescopes

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These photos of 3D antenna street art are taken by Davyd Samuels on the streets of Digbeth, Birmingham, UK.
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Cubic Heineken Bottle

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This creative cubic Heineken beer bottle is designed by French industrial designer Petit Romain.
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Electrical tower that looks like a giant robot

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This giant robot-shaped electrical tower, entitled COLOSO, is created by Buenos Aires-based art collective Doma.
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Color Pencil Tree by Dave Rittinger

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Artist and designer Dave Rittinger creates this Color Pencil Tree to propose for a public art installation in North Philadelphia.

Rings made from ceramic stones

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"Construction Waste" collection rings are created by young Israeli designer Noga Berman. These silver rings are made from a large collection of ceramic stones found in construction sites.
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Swim-friendly Chainmail Bikini Top

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This handmade, swim-friendly, waterproof chainmail bikini top is made from anodized aluminum and latex-free EPDM rubber. The rubber gives just the right amount of stretch to gently cup around your curves, accentuating them in just the right way, the anodized rings providing a colorful and eye-catching sparkle.
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Price: $175   |   BUY

Beer/Shot Glass

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One side holds 16 oz. / 1 pint and the other side holds a 2 oz. shot. Good idea!
$19 for a set of two.
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'The Dark Knight Rises' 3D Street Art

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Located in Madrid, Spain this super sick street art is dizzyingly cool. It looks like you can jump right off the rooftops into Gotham City!
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Ninja Turtle Bra

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A bra made to look like the face of your favorite ninja turtle… Hand painted using acrylic paint with a textile medium. It is permanent and washable. How awesome is that?
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Price: $35   |   BUY

The Dipping Cover

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The Dipping Cover by Bae Su-kyoo and Noh Haeun. creating a simple indent in a lid to serve as a dipping dish for the ketchup. The idea behind the project is to reduce fast food waste. Good idea?
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Magic Tray

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The Magic Tray is created by designer Ryan Jongwoo Choi, who is inspired by the mistakes occurred in carrying foods of restaurant servers. It uses magnetic force to keep everything in place. When carried, magnets in the tray attract magnets embedded in the dishes to keep them stable. Setting the tray down breaks the magnetic attraction so the dishes can be picked up easily. Hit the jump to see how it works!
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ES Pipe Waterwheel produces hydroelectricity

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The ES Pipe Waterwheel is created by Korean innovator Ryan Jongwoo Choi. The concept works as a mini turbine to harness hydropower from regular water taps and converts it to energy. However this energy is for a specific use; to power specialized bulbs. The intended area of use is a country like Africa where there is severe power shortage. On paper, the idea looks good enough to execute, however how large scale can this go, remains to be seen.
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Eco-friendly ATM booth

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This eco-friendly ATM booth is developed by Brazilian Edra Equipamentos. Different from the conventional ones, the walls and ceiling of the booth are built from a polymer derived from a combination of recycled plastic, such as PET bottles, and renewable sources, such as oilseed plants. A photovoltaic solar panel on the roof powers the booth's LED lighting at night, while during the day natural light floods in through a clear "Solatube" system coated with a film from 3M that blocks more than 80 percent of infrared rays to help keep the interior cool.
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Lampbrella, romantic and creative

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This is a concept design to encourage people to meet potential partners in the streets. What a romantic solution! The Lampbrella design, which is created by Mikhail Belyaev, incorporates a rain and motion sensor into the shaft of the streetlamp and opens up the umbrella canopy when it rains. It's a clever integration of a street lamp and umbrella, but my only worry is that it may end up injuring someone while opening or closing.
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