Why do customers come in here and introduce themselves to me? I don’t give a shit who you are! Just give me your money and get out of my face!

End Rant.

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Electroluminescent Tree by Ian Hobson

Electroluminescent wire (or EL wire, as we like to call it on the streets) is a thin copper wire coated in a phosphor that gets all glow-y when a current runs through it.  Ian, another great bearer of the name, wound several meters worth of EL wire around an actual tree branch to create this elven-like sculpture… way better than  Christmas Tree.

Artist: Flickr / Website

Maybe back in the day…lol

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Cutting Board by Jonathan Fundudis & David Holgreaves


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OTOTO Spaghetti Tower makes it easy to accurately dispense spaghetti portions

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 MOS Magnetic Cable Organizer

What started as a Kickstarter project has now hit retail level and it’s popularity has taken off. The MOS allows you to easily organize that cable mess around your work space and also comes with 3 magnetic cable ties to ensure everything can be tied down.

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House T | Takeshi Hamada

Location: Osaka Prefecture, Japan

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Things Come Apart - A Teardown Manual for Modern Living by Todd McLellan

Things Come Apart is an expansion of the original Disassembly Series. This new set of images explores retro to modern daily items that have, are, or will be in our everyday lives. The book “Things Come Apart” published by Thames & Hudson.

ISBN 0500516766
ISBN 9780500516768
Publication Date: May 7, 2013
Format: Paperback
Price: $29.95
128 pages
181 color illustrations
9.75 in x 13.75 in
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