Steampunk Jack Sparrow Sculpture

The awesome Steampunk Jack Sparrow sculpture by lacquer is made from recycled metal. Different useless auto parts & machines have been put together to complete this incredible structure. The dimension of the sculpture is approx 270 x 100 x 120 cm (height x length x width) and its weight is approx 450 kg. The Steampunk Jack Sparrow costs $7,700.00
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Vertical Planters from H2O Designs

Vertical Gardening can be used to screen an ugly wall, give privacy from prying neighbors and even feed the family with a hanging garden for vegetables and herbs. You will need to first build a basic frame to mount the pallets then run a plane over any areas that look like they may splinter or pierce the plants. Create a base in the rungs to support the plants and paint. You can line the troughs with a weed mat liner, a small layer of moss and follow with potting mix. If you can find pots small...

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Tower of Babel Made From 30,000 Donated Books

Buenos Aires was named the 2011 World Book Capital, in honor of that artist Marta Minujin has created a Tower of Babel using 30,000 books donated from all over the world. The 25 meters tall Tower of Babel spirals up into the air affording visitors with spectacular views of the city. The seven story tower is covered in 30,000 books donated by readers, libraries and more than 50 embassies. The books are hanged in the plastic bags; this is to kee...

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Hand Crafted Lopfurniture

Lopfurniture is a new hand-crafted collection designed by Lund & Paarmann. It’s strong range, where form and function, materials and craftsmanship make beautiful furniture.
The Zun dining table and the Zun dining chair is made of solid walnut, lacquered steel and aniline leather. The New Moon chair is perfect for the kitchen, the bar or the café. Made of steam-bent solid ash, semi aniline leather and lacquered steel.
Zun is a functional and comfortable chair for the home office. ...

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Handelier By Voila

Handelier is an original Voila! Studio creation made from perforated vintage aluminum glove molds with special Edison light bulbs glowing inside. The eye catching chandelier is completely customizable and requires 4 weeks lead time to be made. With a diameter of 12” and 75” height each handelier is made from aluminum glove molds, lightbuilbs, electrical wiring and metal.

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The World’s Smallest 3D Printer Is Only as Big as a Milk Carton

A group of engineers at the Vienna Institute of Technology claims that they have not only created the world\'s smallest 3-D printer, but also cheaper than previous 3D printers. The idea is to make this 3D printer the one that people could actually use. The university claims this is the world\'s smallest 3-D printer, designed to print with a special kind of synthetic resin that instantly and precisely hardens when hit with an intense beam of light. That gives it the ability to print very intrica...

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Magically Sliced Cut Chair

The Cut Chair designed by Peter Bristol provides a stable place to sit, but creates an optical illusion that tells you otherwise. A plate concealed by a thick carpet allows a robust cantilevered seat. Three well placed leg “stumps” and the chair looks as though it has just been magically sliced apart. Peter is a lead product designer at Seattle-based product development consultancy Carbon Design Group.

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World’s First 100 Watt Equivalent LED Bulb by Switch

Switch unveiled its brightest bulb yet at the 2011 LIGHTFAIR in Philadelphia. The new LED bulb is equivalent to a 100 watt bulb, can be completely recycled, and it features their trademarked “City of Light” technology — an integrated self cooling system that yields maximum brightness. The new 100 watt equivalent bulb is quite the feat, as the average LED bulb emits the equivalent of a 60 watt incandescent bulb. Switch considered the bulbs’ lifecycles as well as their energy efficiency ...

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Delicious Knitted Food Range by EdBing Lee

Artist EdBing Lee manages to create a range of food and standards of cuisine using ingenuity with the ability to play with wool to make compositions. This incredible food range has been created with waxed linen, linen, cotton, raffia, synthetic raffia, shoe lace and cotton floss.

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Extension to the Felix Nussbaum Haus

Internationally-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind completed a new extension to the Felix Nussbaum Haus in Osnabruck, Germany. The addition includes a new entrance hall, a shop, as well as a learning center on the upper floor. The lower level of the museum\'s has been redesigned to accommodate a flexible lecture hall and event space, catering facilities, cloak rooms and restrooms for both buildings.
Standing in stark contrast to the Kunstgeschichtliche museum to one side and the Akziseha...

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