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    This is a retro, eye-catching iPad docking station designed by valliswood. The docking station is handmade by a craftsman named Mario in Croatia from reclaimed wood of the local trees - old stumps, broken or parted logs - none are from living trees. You can simply dock you iPad into the "TV station", and the holes make the sound of the iPad deliver to you without any obstacle. Besides, the cutouts allow you to pass your cable through for charging.
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     Called "It’s Time To Read Me." “It’s Time to Read Me is an electric pin-up board and light-up drawing pin set that allows the most pressing memos to be illuminated when they need to be acted upon.”  Designed by Kim Sung Min and it has been awarded the red dot award for best design concept.
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    The flat-leisure boat, dubbed "Foldboat", is created by UK-based designers Max Frommeld and Arno Mathies. The boat is made from one single sheet of plastic and is designed for flat water environments.
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    The Gold Capsules are made of 24K gold leaf. Each capsule is 20mm long. These 24K gold leaf capsules turn your innermost parts into chambers of wealth.
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    Monthly Measure by Sebastian Bergne. I like this perpetual calendars. about $46.
    From the website:
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    Monthly Measure is both a monthly universal calendar and a ruler.
    The star can be positioned on the notched top border to show the day of the month and the date.
    By rolling the star, you can easily change the date.
    The dates are placed every centimeter — Monthly Measure can also be used as a metric ruler.
    Star has English initials of the days of the week on one side and French on the other.
    Base made of solid beechwood; star made of metal.
    Base: 32cm x 1.5cm x 3cm.
    Star: 2.7cm x 1.5cm.
    Made in France.
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    This bike concept, called the MOOBY by designer Madella Simone. MOOBY plays with the word mobility to show that this fun one-speed is up for the challenges of urban riding. It even offers a "paneled, modular system that makes it possible to easily re-skin your ride with personalized graphics." That means that you can change the look depending on your mood.
    The hope: that more riders will be drawn to the fashionable style and opt for 2 wheels over 4!
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    New York-based artist Olaf Breuning has designed these cartoonish coffins, which include a "chocolate bar, snowman and melting popsicle".
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    The Emergency Santa Kit by Archie McPhee is a tin filled with a Santa Claus hat and a vinyl white inflatable beard to allow for on-the-fly Yuletide shenanigans.
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    The radio, called simply Plugg, is a 3D printed prototype by Theo Tveterås and Lars Marcus Vedeler, and it's just about as simple as it seems. There are buttons on the side for changing volume and the cork toggles the on/off. It allows the radio to switch on and off based on removal of the cork. Cool, watch the video.
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    Filo tape dispenser by Marie Schenker, Photo by ECAL-Julien Chavaillaz
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    The Yield Picnic Bag unfolds from bag to blanket in one zip, perfect for an afternoon in the park, by Rachel Gant + Andrew Deming.
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    Rain Shield - the umbrella designed by Lin Min-Wei & Liu Li-Hsiang. The new sharp should better protect against high winds, windy rain and turning inside-out in a downpour, it easily folds and compresses into a 180-millimetre-diameter disc instead of a cylinder. Taiwanese designers created the concept for the Red Dot design awards. You can see how it works in a video.
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    Bamboo Speaker by Guo Yang, dubbed the Bambory Speaker, features a body made from bamboo, looks like a bamboo basket.
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    The Milk Truck was created by Jill Miller, an artist and faculty member from the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "The Milk Truck is a combination of guerilla theater, activism and a little slapstick humor." The truck has a giant boob on the roof. The primary mission is to help hungry babies eat by providing a supportive environment for women to nurse their babies. Babies should be able to eat anywhere. And everywhere.
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    Traffic Light designed by Chang-Chi Shih.
    "It uses LEDs and even hosts a camera for capturing street-view videos. They come handy in recoding traffic violations by motorists. The design is intuitive and the lights can be configured to show alternative signals."
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    Creative liquid boxes designed by Degra Studio.
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    "Out of Place" is the artistic, humorous installations/photographs by Hamburg-based artist Robert Rickhoff.
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    Button 2.0 was designed around Apple earbuds, give u could just as easily clip or pin your headphone cord in place for free. Good idea or stupid?
    "This button not only holds your shirt together, but it also holds the cord for your ear buds and helps to keep them in your ears. Works for apple ear buds, and any cords with a 2 mm diameter."
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    A bridge in Paris (called "A Bridge in Paris") is made of inflatable tubing and three giant interconnected trampolines, designed by AZC Architecture Studio. It would provide "a newer and more playful path" in the form of "an inflatable bridge equipped with giant trampolines, dedicated to the joyful release from gravity as one bounces above the river." Cool idea?
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    Ammo candles by British talented designer Kyle Bean.
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