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product|added Mar 01, 2006 0 rating 2.97 / 5  |  3477 votes

pimp my BILLY!


35 million units have been sold worldwide of the ikea shelf billy. making it the world's biggest seller when it comes to shelves. following the slogan pimp my billy ding3000 have devoted their creativity to this classic ikea piece.

billy wilder meets one’s primary expectation of a shelf to put everything in order. it is meant as a playful approach to the subject “our daily mess” and shall serve as an interim storage place for unsorted books, magazines and newspapers. the wildly growing rack makes billy wilder.

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product|added Mar 01, 2006 0 rating 2.99 / 5  |  2707 votes

Matt Dilling - Lite Brite Neon Studio


Lite Brite Neon is pleased to announce the addition of two new designs to its expanding development of neon chandeliers and lamp fixture designs.

“Brookhaven” retails for $3,100.00 and is available from lite brite Neon. (30x24x24”)Its high lumen output and traditional design make it a great lamp for larger spaces.

“Astor” retails for $2,100.00 and is also available from Lite Brite Neon. Its smaller design (20x20x20”) make it great for compact contemporary spaces.

The candelabra is also available (20x18x18) for #3,000.00 from Lite Brite Neon.


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product|added Mar 01, 2006 0 rating 2.91 / 5  |  312 votes



Thumbthing is a thumb ring which helps to hold your book open – good for reading in bed, the bath or on the beach. You can read more easily with one hand with the Thumbthing.


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product|added Mar 01, 2006 0 rating 2.94 / 5  |  1031 votes

vases & flower pots


Karin Eriksson is a Swedish based designer/maker of functional ceramics and one off interior pieces.Website

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product|added Mar 01, 2006 0 rating 2.9 / 5  |  566 votes



erich joham. coiffeur. wien/griechengasse. 65 x 110 cm and lots of other projects.


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product|added Mar 01, 2006 0 rating 2.92 / 5  |  450 votes

Elephant Moneybox [Maxim Velcovsky]


After many years working for others, Thorsten van Elten finally stepped into the big wide world of furniture, lighting and home accessories and set up on his own in 2002. First he wanted to build a small collection of accessories and lighting. Over the years he had got very frustrated with the amount of talent out there and the lack of manufacturing facilities, so he found himself a few young London-based designers who were happy to work with him on a small collection of products. He showed his first range of products at 100% Design in September that year including products by Alexander Taylor, Ed Carpenter, mosleymeetswilcox and Sam Johnson.The most recent step sees the introduction of the first internet -shop. He will continue to try and find interesting and innovative products to feature so keep coming back for a look.


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product|added Mar 01, 2006 0 rating 2.92 / 5  |  492 votes

Stubby Cooler for MoschMosch


For its upcoming opening in Mainz on March 6th, the Japanese restaurant MoschMosch provides its guests with hello NEO Neoprene Stubby Coolers in exclusive MoschMosch design. hello NEO bottle coolers are available for all bottle sizes and in a variety of stylish colours. Logos, claims and even photos can be printed on the coolers.


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product|added Mar 01, 2006 0 rating 2.95 / 5  |  817 votes

FORREST [Katrine Vestoel]


Bergen National Academy of the Arts

An elegantely laminated chair inspired be the Norwegian forrests. The flexible construction creates an exiting contrast between inside and outside colour, light and surfaces.


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product|added Mar 01, 2006 0 rating 2.93 / 5  |  254 votes

save our souls


Lamp "Drops", a heavy, black dropshaped glass-lamp. Table "Spill", glasstable shaped like a pool of water and oil. Shelf "FFFO", a shelf that spells it out. Wallpaper "Gunner", a traditional pattern made out of guns. Poufe "Catch", a soft poufe snared by a fishing net.Website

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product|added Mar 01, 2006 0 rating 2.93 / 5  |  344 votes



This project is the result of an intense study that embrace tradition as well as advanced technology; an idea emerged from reflections of contrasts. A fascination of a fusion between high performance composite materials, as glasfiber, and the aesthetics from the antique art of lace.

With inspiration from working methods in the textile industry, we have been experimenting with various techniques applicable to the glasfiber.

This project is a dialog between many specialized sectors, and different historical references.


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