Underfull – the tablecloth that turns spilling into poetry

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Mar 152010

At first glance the tablecloth appears to be a traditional white floral damask, but it contains the most wonderful secret; a hidden pattern that first shows when wet. Sooner or later someone is bound to spill, but where this person usually feels clumsy and embarrassed, he will now feel fortunate. An everyday negative situation is turned into a positive experience.
Some stains, like red wine, are hard to wash out and might leave vague color traces after washing. But since these traces will be formed as figures, the tablecloth will not look stained. The figures will form a pale, shadowy pattern that will grow as the tablecloth is being used and spilled on over time.underfull tablecloth
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Bite Silverware by Mark Reigelman

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Mar 012010

Mark Reigelman designed these “Bite” silverwares to draw attention to the ongoing problem of global hunger.
“Each day millions of individuals lay in hunger while millions more are wastefully overeating,” Reigelman says. “This set of ‘bitten’ silverware highlights the daunting reality of both worldly plagues.”bite-silverware-by-mark-reigelman

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Decorative Wall Paneling

Feb 252010

Forget boring paints and outdated wallpapers, this decorative wall paneling by B+N is a new unique way to bring some exciting decorative patterns to your home. Iconic Panels are created using an innovative process of formed laminate over a carved wood core. Incredibly durable, they can be sawn, nailed, screwed, glued, or simply mounted on walls with B+N’s special Panel Cleats.bn_iconic_versailles

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“Hand Made” Wallpaper by Paperboy

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Feb 232010

Children have been entertaining themselves by making shadow shapes for thousands of years. A source of light and a playful impulse and  magical characters are literally projected onto the wall. We love the idea that anyone can make something “by hand’”. Even if you’re not great at drawing or painting you can still explore your creative side, making animals with your own hands. It takes practice to get it right, but trying is as much fun as succeeding. purple_hand-made

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The Top aphrodisiac foods for St. Valentine

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Feb 232010

The food you consume can have a direct impact on your sex life, affecting your hormones, brain chemistry and energy and stress levels. Some foods have psychoactive properties, others arouse because they are psychologically suggestive, and some can actually increase blood flow to the genitals. And if it does not have all that aphrodisiac effect, at least it’s healthy and it will do you good!valentines_day_520

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Sensor soap pump

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Jan 212010

Simplehuman, whose mission is to design tools for efficient living has come out an innovative touch-free sensor-activated soap-dispenser that utilizes state of the art infrared sensor technology to dispense soap quickly and easily. Soap dispensers are a part of every household and the problem with these dispensers is the cross contamination caused from wet or dirty hands. Place your hand under the spout and this dispenser automatically dispenses a preset amount of soap. ls-cat-ssp

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Jan 092010

Todor Ivanov is a young Bulgarian artist specializing in the experimental decoration techniques. His basic idea is to match materials and available space in a creative and functional way. To achieve an unique interior look he combines unconventional materials and methods for decoration thus creating specific and original appearance.
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