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April 16, 2011

The floors of Heike Weber

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From bumbumbum:

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"Heike Weber

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draws

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with

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permanent markers

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on

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acrylic floors

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and

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walls —

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surfaces

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that have reached

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up to

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600 square meters."

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[via TRIANGULATION]

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Keith Haring Chair

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Wood.

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Made in France.

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$155.

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[via Fancy]

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A page from the catalog of an imaginary company

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Banana Handle Gripper

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The website poses the question, "Have you ever seen a monkey burn himself working over a hot stove?"

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$10.98.

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Fractal Building

Gif-building

[via Locitrom]

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NHIZ x Bamford Watch Department Rolex Deepsea Custom

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From Hypebeast: "Bamford Watch Department, a company specializing in bespoke and customized Rolex watches, has teamed up with NHIZ (a collaboration between NEIGHBORHOOD and IZZUE) to design a custom version of the Rolex Deepsea model.

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"Using the original design, they've updated it in all-black, with an adjustable nylon strap and branded face.

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$22,500 ($175,000 HKD).

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Apply to: I.T Hysan, 1 Hysan Ave., Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.

[via Fancy]

April 16, 2011 at 11:01 AM | Permalink | Comments (1) | TrackBack

World's first interactive atlas of the human brain

Wrote Robert Lee Hotz in this past Wednesday's Wall Street Journal, "Scientists funded by Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen unveiled a $55 million computerized atlas of the human brain Tuesday, offering the first interactive research guide to the anatomy and genes that animate the mind."

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"The [Allen] institute is making the atlas freely available at www.brain-map.org as a resource for scientists studying brain diseases, along with a set of computational tools to help them analyze the data for clues to conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, autism and mental-health disorders like depression."

 

 

April 16, 2011 at 10:01 AM | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

NYC Playing Cards

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Ellen Tien in this past Thursday's New York Times "Browsing" feature 

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wrote that they "feature faces of hometown royalty, like Woody Allen and Martin Scorcese."

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How many of the 12 individuals pictured above and below can you identify?

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Includes score pad, hand-painted pencil, and canvas carrying case.

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$55.

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