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Picnic Table by Michael Beitz

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New York artist Michael Beitz‘ Picnic Table was commissioned by the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Nebraska, as a permanent installation on its front loading dock. So cool!

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Foldboat ‘Boat 1′

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Foldboat ‘Boat 1′ is made from a single sheet of plastic and folds into an easy to carry pack measuring 1m,50 by 60cm; This allows it to be easy to store and transport. Boat 1 is extremely accessible, easy to transport and very low maintenance. Link here.

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‘Faucet’ Stand By Nendo

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Cool stand created by Japanese studio Nendo for Elecom. This original stand “Jaguchi” (‘faucet’, or ‘tap’) for iPhone and iPad was made in the form of a crane with flowing water. Stand is made from polycarbonate and available in four colors: white, black, blue and colorless. Link here.

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TEA.Tanic

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The TEA.Tanic is a stainless steel tea bag holder designed by Gordon Adler that is made to look like the Titanic sinking.

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Instagram Socialmatic Camera

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Antonio Pedrosa from ADR studio has come up with the brilliant Instagram Socialmatic Camera based on the Instagram App icon. Unfortunately this is just a concept.

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Inflatable Meatloaf

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This realistic inflatable meatloaf looks just like one of those glistening meat masterpieces that were found on countless American dinner tables in the ’50s. Surely one of the finest examples of inflatable comfort food on the market today! Buy here.

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Kids Swiss Army Knife

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‘The Kids Swiss Army Knife comes with 6, plastic tools. The fork and spoon are large enough to eat with. Just like a real Swiss Army Knife, all the tools fold up nice and neat in the bright red housing. There’s also a small carabiner clip for attaching the knife to beltoops or backpacks.’ Buy here.

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The Terrorist Tea Pot

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Think teapots are outdated and belong in your grandmother’s kitchen? Think again. The Terrorist Teapot takes a threatening stance against anyone trying to mess with your perfectly brewed tea with a tea cosy that doubles as a balaclava. We can think of other uses for it… but you should probably reserve it for keeping the pot warm. Buy here.

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World’s Largest Coffee Cup

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‘Is there any greater symbol of your love of coffee than 6″ tall, 10″ in diameter real porcelain cup perched on the edge of your desk or kitchen counter? While you should never drink 20 cups of coffee in one sitting, you can take comfort in knowing that the World’s Largest Coffee Cup could hold 20 regular cups. Of course, that’s only 19 cups if you leave room for cream. Made of porcelain.’ Buy here.

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Kai Table

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I like this wooden table called Kai by Naoki Hirakoso & Takamitsu Kitahara.

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