The Tortoise and the Hare race clock fun design by Ignacio Pilotto

The Tortoise and the Hare race clock fun design by Ignacio Pilotto

rabbit and turtle race clock fun design

rabbit and turtle race clock fun design

Do you remember the tale about the Tortoise and the Hare? If you like it you’ll like this Race clock by Ignacio Pilotto.

The “race” hand is for the hours and spins around slowest of them all. The tortoise is the minute hand, making a slow but moderate pace around the face of the clock. And the hare is the second hand, of cource!

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The Knot Chair

Written by willbe in Design, furniture

Thonet Design Knot Chair

Fun and simple. Knot on your chair. 

Found at Thonet.de

See also “Say no to strait lines”

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If you think you are the real geek, look around yourself! What you see? Is it real geek decoration in your home? Look here, you will see the right things!

 Real geek home decoration

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3 in 1 Fusion Table

Written by willbe in Design, furniture

Fusion table 3-in-1 dinner, pool, gaming table

Amazing transformable pool, gaming, dinner or work table! By integrating a quality pool table and a game table right in a design dining table, the Fusion concept is unique in the fact that it adds multi-functionality to the dining room.

The table shifts seamlessly from a pure design object, into a roomy get2gether dining table, transformable in seconds into a quality billiard table or a game table to accompany the after dinner drinks.

As such, the Fusion table introduces a totally new product concept that addresses the current trend of people enjoying inviting and entertaining friends at home again. In this context billiards is one of the rare games that gathers young and old, male and female, friends and neighbours.

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Another amazing wrist watch design from TokyoFlash – Infection Watch. An original design combining sleek curves, tri-colored LEDs and a pulsating new display. Creatively designed full face mirrored lens and an innovative way to view time, no one is immune to Infection.

TokyoFlash Infection Wrist Watch

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Sorapot

Sorapot is a simple, modern teapot. Its architectural shape and simple functionality bring tea’s quiet beauty into sharp focus. Made from 304 stainless steel, borosilicate glass (Pyrex), and food-grade silicone, it articulates the ritual of tea making in a thoroughly modern way.

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Kohler Karbon Articulating Kitchen Faucet

With its clean, crisp lines, the Karbon articulating faucet introduces a new geometry of versatile functionality to the kitchen. Intelligently engineered to hold any pose for hands-free operation, Karbon allows you to streamline your work surfaces and workflow. You can extend the faucet fully to fill large pots, lower it into the sink for food preparation and cleanup, fold it compactly out of the way when not in use, or position it anywhere in between.

Kohler Karbon articulating kitchen faucet possible positions

Karbon offers total range of motion, putting water exactly where it needs to be. With five pivoting joints that intuitively respond to the touch, Karbon directs the stream with complete precision, giving you total mastery of water.

You can see more fine faucets at Kitchen Store.

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Tokyo Flash Watches

Written by willbe in Design, Gadgets, Watches

Tokyoflash is the worlds leading supplier of unique Japanese watches. Established in 2000 we have been giving our customers the chance to own a cutting edge piece of wrist wear otherwise only available in the land of the rising sun.

Our design philosophy is to create something unique, fashionable and functional. Tokyoflash is not here to design in the established watch arena – there are already many great designers doing that now. What we are trying to do is create a whole new market where your watch is an individual fashion statement and talking point.

Japan’s eclectic fashion scene is the perfect environment for the type of designers that we like to work with in creating watches combining exceptional originality, unique styling and eastern aesthetics.

Men’s “Star Performer”

Tokyo Flash Men's Star Performer

If you’re looking for a watch that helps you through the day and increases your good fortune while looking amazingly hip and futuristic, then we suggest you wrap the Star Performer around your wrist. Tokyo Flash has done it again, delivering a unique timepiece that is a bit cryptic to use, but so utterly stylish you’ll be willing to learn. The watch displays the functions by lighting up the number in the column that is needed. Watch lights up one number in each column to tell the time. For example, 1-2-5-3 would be 12:53. The four icons on top light up when the mode is selected. From left to right, the icons are Clock, Sun, $, and a Martini Glass. The Clock icon represents the time and if it is the evening, the Martini Glass will also light up to remind you that it’s happy hour. The Sun icon represents the day and date. The digits 1-7 on the left side are for each day (1 equals Sunday, and 7 equals Saturday), and the left two columns represent the days. The $ icon represents the year and symbolizes good fortune in the future. And if you really want to show off, use the Pimp mode light-up function to set an “optical alarm” that will turn up all the lights in a firework-like manner at whatever moment you select. The Star Performer measures 2.9 centimeters across, 5.5 centimeters long, and 1.1 centimeters thick, and features a band made of solid stainless steel (maximum wrist size 21.0 cm) with a push-button, fold-over clasp. Read the rest of this entry »

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Shopping Cart Art

Written by willbe in Art

Take a look at this cool Shopping Cart Art

Shopping Cart Art

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Art. Not Garbage

Written by willbe in Art

See what artists can make from garbage using light and shadows…

Lunch With A Helmet On

Sculpture “Lunch With A Helmet On” is built entirely out of 848 welded forks, knives and spoons by Shigeo Fukuda

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