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    BOOK on BOOK

    BOOK on BOOK
    Design  
    Book on Book, designed by TENT, is a transparent acrylic book paperweight to hold down the pages of a book from flipping as you enjoy tea while you read.
    Pizza Rolls look like Super Mario Bros Mushrooms
    Food  
    Kitchen Overlord's Chris-Rachael Oseland has made these Mushroom Pizza Rolls that look like 1-Up mushrooms from Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros, video game, the tutorial, here. Cool.
    "When you need energy to make it through the mushroom kingdom on you way to rescue Princess Peach (again), level up your game with these 1-Up Mushroom Pizza Rolls."
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    Storage Cutting Board
    This cutting board has a hole in one corner that allows you to sweep peelings and trimmings into a hidden metal drawer that you can pull out to easily throw all discards. Good idea!
     $129
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    Japanese Cherry Sauce Dish
    Design  
    Japanese design studio Age Design created this super creative cherry sauce dish called Hiracle, sweet! Available online.
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    Exotic birds rendered in flower petals

    Exotic birds rendered in flower petals
    The Malaysian artist / architect Red Hong Yi has developed a collection of images in which she depicts exotic birds rendered in flower petals, herbs and twigs.
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    Mr T roll holder
    Meet Mr T, The irresistible roll hloder designed by sooda e and the strongest man in your bathroom. He will show off his strength and your spare rolls too. $31
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    Metrodeck playing cards
    Gaming  
    Inspired by landmarks across New York City's five boroughs, Metrodeck Playing Cards are printed on found and repurposed subway fare cards scattered throughout the city. Each deck is made up of 52 English-Style playing cards plus 2 jokers. $550
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    This Lego Microscope Actually Works

    This Lego Microscope Actually Works
    Toy  
    This working Lego microscope was built by Carl Merriman. It's sleek, functional and even though you couldn't use it to study Ebola or the T-Virus, it's still a pretty sweet piece of kit.
    This build was originally inspired by the LEGO X-Pod sets. While trying to find a use for the pod itself, I realized that it was very close to a deep petri dish. I used a planetary gear system to allow both coarse and fine adjustment of the objective “lens”. A little more tinkering and I connected the focus to a magnifying glass and fiber optic light in the eyepiece, so adjusting the focus knobs would actually bring the writing on a LEGO stud in and out of focus.
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    Video  
    An around-the-world time lapse journey celebrating our Sacred Earth. Six years in the making... seven continents... 24 countries.
    Mike s Belay Glasses
    Other  
    From the website:
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    "Mike's Belay Glasses are a no-hassle way of equipping oneself with the latest in Littrow prism technology to ease the belayer's lot in life. Basically, one looks forward to gaze upward, saving on neck strain. "
    1. They allow the belayer to comfortably assume a position closer to the base of climbs, which translates to a safer belay.
    2.  They allow the belayer to more fully concentrate attention to the task at hand, especially on long, protracted sessions.
    3. They accomplish this at roughly 1/4 the cost of the other product on the market — much easier for average climber's budget.
    4. One of the advantages of prismware is that it doesn't invert the image of the climber the way a mirror would — also, it slightly magnifies what one sees.
    5. Note that all belay glasses currently manufactured use a 60° (not 90°) deviation. 90° would cause a great deal of the field of vision to be obscured by one's face and hair.
    $39.95.
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