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October 28, 2009

Hip Hop Violin

Paul Dateh and inka one.

[via Milena]

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Hummingbird Feeder Mask

I want one.

Below,

how it all began.

$79.95.

[via Geek StuffMail Online and Milena]

October 28, 2009 at 03:01 PM | Permalink | Comments (2) | TrackBack

The Daily Cartoonist — 'The source for industry news for the professional cartoonist'

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The secret of success in cartooning (or anything), besides being lucky, is knowing what everyone else knows, then doing something different with it.

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Condiment Gun

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"Pull the trigger carefully and slowly for precision sauce dispensing or hard and fast to take out food across the room."

Condiment bottles (set of 2) hold 3 oz.

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8.5"L x 6"H x 2.5"Ø.

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$23.99.

[via Milena]

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Waterlife

Full screen version in its entirety here.

Music by Brian Eno.

[via Milena]

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Euphorn iPod Sound Channelers

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By English designer Jason Marks; ceramic; made to order (tel: 01992 706274).

£230 or £990.

[via Jonathan Margolis]

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The otherworldly creations of Úna Burke — If H.R. Giger did couture

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[via Highsnobette, notcoutureMa Frangine and Milena]

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Miniature Ping Pong

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Miniature Table Tennis

This table tennis table is 1/10 the size of a traditional one, allowing children to build confidence in their table tennis skills on a more manageable surface.

Made by JOOLA USA, official suppliers of table tennis equipment at the 2004 Olympic Games, the scaled-down table helps children hone their hand-eye coordination without having to cover an expansive baseline or hit powerful shots to clear the net.

The table is the same height as a regulation model (30"), enabling a smooth transition to a full-size surface.

Two wooden paddles have narrow grips and smaller, lighter blades, ensuring small hands can hold and control the paddles with ease.

A steel frame and legs support a real wood surface.

Folds for ease of storage.

Ages 8 and up.

35"L x 17"W.

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$119.95.

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