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Today: A New Spectrum of Time image

Today is a 24hr clock designed by , an award winning artist and horologist. This clock uses a 24-hour movement mechanism, allowing it to move at half the speed of a regular clock and making one full rotation every day. The result gives you peace of mind. This feeling was inspired by the wonder of watching clouds passing by at 30,000 ft. and the need to bring it back to the ground where we spend our lives. Today is calm, balanced, and it makes you feel like you have more time; no stress. Time is precious and it should bring more gratefulness than anxiety so lets live it instead of kill it. Learn more about this project here Now if we could only find ...

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Cubii – The Under Desk Elliptical image

If you’re company is anything like ours, you’ll know that it’s hard to stay active during the day when you spend most of your time getting a screen tan. Cubii is here to save us! Co-developped by Arnav Dalmia, Ryota Sekine, and Shivani Jain, Cubii is an under-desk elliptical machine that is accessible, easy to set up and virtually soundless. The compact elliptical sits comfortably under your desk, and can be used while you work to keep your heart rate up throughout the day. Check out the video below to learn more about how you can get your hands on a Cubii!

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For All You Candle-Lovers… image

Love is in the air this month and what says romance more than candles? Nendo, a Japanese design studio, recently released an interchanging candle that melts through 5 different hues called sunset. The hues are situated in the center of the candle, and gently reflect off the white edges of the candle, creating a soft, colourful glow. Simultaneously, each hue burns a different scent, including bergamot, lemongrass, and sweet marjoram. The chosen colours are meant to reference the changing hues of a sunset, while the scents respectively compliment its colour.

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The Hummingbird Bicycle image

The Hummingbird Bike has made its statement in the world of design as the lightest foldable bicycle in the world. Weighing in at 6.4 kg (more or less the weight of one watermelon), the bicycle’s frame is made of carbon fibre – the main reason for its light weight, and smooth ride (the material absorbs vibrations too!). Designed and built in London by Peter Craciun, the Hummingbird is perfect for on-the-go urban commuters. The bike is easy to fold and stow too – with one swift motion, the rider can quickly tuck away the back tire beneath the bicycle frame and bend the handlebars inwards. Its collapsibility makes for convenient transportation, from automobiles to airplanes. It’s sleek shape and intricate components are obtained using the ...

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Futurecraft Footwear: 3D-printed Ocean Plastic Shoes image

In response to the U.N. COP21 climate change summit, Adidas and Parley for the Oceans are collaborating to bring environmental awareness to footwear with the conception of their latest future-craft: a 3D-printed Ocean Plastic shoe. Constructed from discarded ocean plastic content for the upper shoe combined with a 3D printed midsole made from recycled polyester and gill net content, this shoe is a step in the direction towards sustainability within the manufacturing world. Love it!

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TAKING SELF PROMO TO A NEW EXTREME: JENS LENNARTSSON’S GI JENS image

Scandinavian photographer Jen Lennartsson created 400 action figures of himself which he sent out in custom branded packaging along with his portfolio to targeted recipients in Scandinavia and the World. On the boxes Lennartsson included a list of skills and contact information. The project began in June 2012 and the first figures were sent out in October 2013. And we thought our holiday card assembly was labour intensive!

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