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    The Pure-Bottle might look like a mere bottle at first glance, which consists of a glass, lantern and spoon, perfect to complement any dining occasion. Each table set is made from a single recycled wine bottle which has been cut in two positions, giving new life and value to the object.
    "The lanterns provide wind protection for candles while creating a warm ambience perfect for restaurants, cafes or home settings. The glasses are simple yet durable, while making a strong ecological statement. The spoons are functional and versatile; perfect for presenting food in a restaurant, serving a salad or eating your breakfast cereal."
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    Knit, Purl, Sow is an exhibition at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden that features botanically-accurate knitted sculptures of flowers, vegetables, and plants. The show features 21 artworks by three different crafty artists, including Rhode Island artist Tatyana Yanishevsky, New York–based Australian artist Ruth Marshall, and textile artist Santiago Venegas. It is scheduled to last until January 22nd, 2014.
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    'Walk A Mile In my Shoes' designed by Ruadh DeLone. A shoe looks like the shark!
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    Facebook Like Shot Glasses, at $9 for a pair.
    "Full Glass? Thumbs Up! Knock it back, flip the glass, and you get a decidedly less enthusiastic Thumbs Down. "
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    German artist Evelyn Brackow of La Philie creates these one-of-a-kind vintage porcelain dishes covered in hordes of hand-painted ants. (Order at La Philie's Etsy site)
    "The idea for this work resulted from pure chance, when the sight of a carelessly placed plate – by then wandered by ants – fascinated me so much that I felt the urge to simply conserve this image. Fear, disgust, fascination and admiration: This very interplay of feelings constitutes the charm of the work. Furthermore, to me, the ants symbolize all the stories that any formerly discarded piece of porcelain carries with it. Where one once dined and drank, today ants bustle in ever new formations, every single one applied with a great love for detail."
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    Nintendo Controller Rings deisgned by Paul Michael Designs, who have cleverly dubbed their design as the “Intendo.” The ring features gemstone buttons, a gold D-Pad, and silver “wire”.
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    The limited edition Brain Grenade resin figure by Emilio Garcia.
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    Beijing artist Li Hongbo has created these sculptures t look like delicate works of carved porcelain are actually thousands of layers of soft white paper, made from glued layers of thin paper which can be stored flat but then opened to reveal a flower or other shape. Watch the video, awesome! Hongbo recently had a solo show at Dominik Mersch Gallery in Australia.
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    Every year, 100 billion cardboard boxes are produced in the United Sates. Engineering students Henry Wang and Chris Curro have come up with a genius replacement.
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    The ToastyMUG designed by Sabrina Fossi Design. The mug has built-in “pockets” so you can slip your hands inside to stay extra toasty. Unfortunately it’s just a concept at the moment, but hopefully it will make its way into production soon
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    Cactus mailbox was photographed in Palm Springs, California by photographer Dolly Faibyshev as part of her series "Palm Springs".
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    The ‘UnBRELLA,’ designed by Hiroshi Kajimoto, an upside down, inside out umbrella. the inside out folding UnBRELLA, is not only better at resisting wind, but also folds upward to keep the wet surface inside and away from yourself and others, and the umbrella can be stood up on its own to dry without the need for an umbrella stand.
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    To ensure the act of cracking open a cold one doesn't cost someone the shredded shirt off their back, Austin, Texas-based Criquet has designed a dress shirt with reinforced tails that can handle the toughest twist-off while protecting your hands from sharp metal edges.
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    As a part of the new Design Made in France Expo, ten young designers were tasked with resurrecting the form; each was given a single slab of solid oak with the brief to create a functional, clean-lined "pocket" to hold onto the stuff that makes for messy workstation
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    These custom hoodie concepts designed by seventhirtytwo on deviantART. Awesome!
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    The Sprout Bookmark by Korean designer Youngdoo Park of Doodoo design studio aims to evoke a sense of surprise by giving an impression of a plant growing out of a book. The slim profile allows you to leave it between the pages to mark your place, or let it stick out at the top of your reading material.
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    The Garbage Pantz is aimed to help you get rid of ugly garbage cans. Simply wrap the naked cans with these stretchy, durable, and fashionable pants.
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    The name of the brand Peacoque is derived from the word 'peacock' (a symbol for beauty and pride), and the French word 'coque' which in translation means hull/shell. The package is a very simple one. It requires no gluing (unlike the regular condom boxes). It opens like a fan and there's enough space for 5 condoms.
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    The "liberation wrapper", designed by advertising company Ad Dentsu, features a photograph of a closed-mouthed woman on the front. The wrapper covers a woman's face, thus "freeing" her to eat her burger without fear of anyone seeing her open mouth.
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    The mamoris is an emergency helmet that doubles as a chair's backrest. The dual-purpose design saves the trouble of finding a place to store the helmet. Its unique shape is the advantage of the mamoris as a helmet covering not only the head but also the neck and back area. The clever design can keep you safe without injuries in earthquake.
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