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  1. The Tea Bag


    from Bil Thompson Liked 30.9K 519 35

    Where do teabags go when they die?

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    • Blossom


      from Ambre.cardinal Liked 854 5 0

      The dancer aiming for perfection is more attracted to the sublime than the beautiful. The essential question of artistic creation, personal fulfillment is the issue of identification.The development…

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      • Animography Monthly No. 10 - 'Ten'


        from Animography Liked 10.8K 896 15

        Animography Monthly is a monthly recurring animation project to explore the use of animated typefaces. Steffen Knoesgaard, from Berlin, show the beauty of math with his elegant short,'Ten'.…

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        • RSA Animate - The Power of Outrospection


          from The RSA Liked 2,872 37 0

          Introspection is out, and outrospection is in. Philosopher and author Roman Krznaric explains how we can help drive social change by stepping outside ourselves. The RSA is a 258 year-old charity…

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          • Fortunes, an experimental comedy


            from Greg Barth Liked 101K 2,753 60

            Fortunes is an experimental comedy that portrays a collection of domestic rituals, highlighting the monotony of repetitive daily routines. Its a study on perception, ultimately demonstrating how…

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            • AKA jewellery


              from RUTA BALSEVICIUTE Liked 3,040 38 1

              Most animals have ability to sustain sounds by monitoring their hearing mechanism. This jewelry piece symbolically extends the human body and gives back the animal like nature. It reflects the link…

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              • Kit Bike by Lucid Design


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                Indian company Lucid Design has created a conceptual "bike in a bag" that would quickly dismantle into parts to fit into a backpack. The Kit Bike by Lucid Design would be assembled from…

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                • From Insects by Marlene Huissoud


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                  Graduate designer Marlène Huissoud has used materials made by bees and silkworms to craft a series of vessels and furniture. Marlène Huissoud, who comes from a family of beekeepers,…

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                  • The Making of Shwood


                    from Shwood Eyewear Liked 56.6K 378 5

                    A behind-the-scenes look at how each and every pair of Shwood glasses comes to life. Welcome to our woodshop. Based in Portland, Oregon Shwood creates handcrafted wooden eyewear using fine exotic…

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                    • The Stone Collection by Shwood


                      from Shwood Eyewear Liked 130K 1,062 7

                      Fusing genuine slate with premium Birch wood, the new Stone Collection is our most innovative product yet. Hand-poured pewter inlays complete the look, striking the perfect balance between rugged…

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                      • Good Wood: "419" Eyewear


                        from The ICU Liked 19K 54 1

                        These glasses are handcrafted in Brooklyn with the highest quality components available. The “419″ features; Walnut construction, UV protected lenses, and Italian hardware. The whole collection…

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