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Cartegram

Cartegram

Cartegram encourages smartphone users to explore and share. Pocket notebooks suggest loosely defined locales to find. Users then attach biodegradable stickers to the location, and snap an Instagram pic to share their journey.

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Ekocycle Cube 3D Printer

Ekocycle Cube 3D Printer

will.i.am introduces 3DSystems’ Ekocycle Cube, a compact 3D printer designed to create objects using 25% post-consumer materials. We only wish you could stick plastic bottles directly into it instead of having to buy cartridges.

3 Stars
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When You Broke My Heart

When You Broke My Heart

With an illustration style and soundtrack clearly inspired by video games, this animated short film follows the adventures of a Game Boy-obsessed king as he seeks to rekindle the love of his lost queen. We want to play the game of this now.

12 Stars
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Sand Art: Level 1,000

Sand Art: Level 1,000

These incredible works were made by Iowa artist Andrew Clemens over 100 years ago by meticulously placing colored grains of sand into bottles. They have stayed intact through the years, even though no glue was used.

33 Stars
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Duet

Duet

Animator Glen Keane is known for his work on Disney classics like Aladdin and The Little Mermaid. In this short film created for Google’s interactive Spotlight Stories, his fluid style proves the artist’s hand trumps CGI. More here.

53 Stars
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Cardboard Box Stools

Cardboard Box Stools
$34  Buy View

While you could sit on an actual stack of pizza boxes, they’re likely to collapse – especially after you ate all that pizza. These sturdy cardboard stools have been made to hold 400+ pounds, and feature photorealistic images printed on them.

7 Stars
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Aakash Nihalani: Landline Series

Aakash Nihalani: Landline Series

Aakash Nihalani used tape, fluorescent paper, corrugated plastic and magnets to make colorful bars that appear to pass through people, symbolizing “both the isolation and community” that he feels living in Brooklyn.

9 Stars
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Japanese Parquetry Demonstration

Japanese Parquetry Demonstration

In this episode from Gucci Japan’s video series entitled “Hand“, Japanese woodworker Noboru Honma shows off the technique of parquetry, in which blocks of wood are assembled into intricate patterns, then shaved into razor-thin slices.

31 Stars
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Black Light Playing Cards

Black Light Playing Cards
~$5  Buy Hat Tip View

Next time you play a game of poker, turn the lights out and switch on some black light to play a game with Bicycle’s creepy but awesome Tragic Royalty playing cards, which glow eerily under ultraviolet light. (Image credit: Dex)

9 Stars
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WU Welcome Mat

WU Welcome Mat
$100  Buy Hat Tip View

This doormat ain’t nothing to frak with. Make sure your friends wipe their dirty ass shoes before they enter your chambers with Maticgoods’ WU Welcome Doormat, which looks just like the Wu-Tang Clan logo.

9 Stars
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Wall Champions

Wall Champions
~$40-$180  Buy Hat Tip View

Designed by Rafael Rodriguez, Wall Champions are coat hangers that feature foosball figures. You can pick just one or a whole row of hangers. The figures are available in different jersey designs, skin colors and genders.

6 Stars
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11 Paper Place

11 Paper Place

This wonderfully animated CGI short film by Daniel Haughton in which all of the characters and environments appear to have been made from pieces of plain white paper gives us a glimpse into life at the bottom of a recycling bin.

6 Stars
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Gilbert Legrand’s Sculptures

Gilbert Legrand’s Sculptures

Have you ever looked at a cloud and imagined it to be something else? Gilbert Legrand does that to everyday objects. With a bit of modification and some clever painting, Gilbert creates sculptures that are a joy to behold.

14 Stars
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Etazi Lounge Chair

Etazi Lounge Chair

Designed by Kate Brown, this amazing 8.5-foot-tall sculptural outdoor chair provides a relaxing, curved seating area that can spin 360 degrees. An example of the chair is on display at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West in Scottsdale, AZ.

5 Stars
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MakerBot Replicator Z18

MakerBot Replicator Z18
$6500+  Buy Link View

The latest 3D printer from MakerBot has a massive 12″ x 12″ x 18″ build area, which allows for printing large models, or multiple small ones at once. We want one just so we can print skulls like the one shown here.

11 Stars
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Adobe Photoshop Mix

Adobe Photoshop Mix
Free  Download Link View

Photoshop Mix is a free iPad app for quick and light photo editing. It lets you apply filters, combine images and even use desktop tools like content-aware fill, straighten image and shake reduction through cloud computing.

1 Stars
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Planetary Panoramas

Planetary Panoramas

Photographer Vincent Brady combined images captured from multiple cameras to create what is possibly the most mind-bending time-lapse video we’ve ever seen. The way the sky twists and flows is just mesmerizing.

10 Stars
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An Hour of Birds

An Hour of Birds

By using the blue sky as a blue screen, Parker Paul composited the flight path of every bird that passed by his window during the course of an hour, then digitally cloned them to dramatic effect in this surreal short film.

16 Stars
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eBoy & the Perfection of Pixels

eBoy & the Perfection of Pixels

A companion piece to The Verge’s profile of eBoy, arguably the world’s most popular pixel artists. Watch the Berlin-based trio talk a bit about their backgrounds, their arduous dot-by-dot process and their sources of inspiration.

5 Stars
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Adobe Ink & Slide

Adobe Ink & Slide
$200  Buy Link View

Adobe solves the iPad pen dilemma. The Ink is a elegant aluminum stylus with a precise tip and pressure sensitivity, and Slide augments on-screen drawing with a tactile ruler for drawing lines and other shapes. Full review on Technabob.

7 Stars
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Budapest’s Christmas Trams

Budapest’s Christmas Trams

Budapest adorns its trams with thousands of LED lights for Christmas. Photographers take advantage of the moving decor to create wonderful long exposure shots. This particular photograph was taken by Krisztian Birinyi.

10 Stars
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