The Georgie Bench

Posted on June 30, 2005 Under Design

I'm a huge George Nelson fan, his classic maple slat bench has been a center piece in my living room for sometime now, and it's one of my favorite pieces of classic modern furniture, ever. I was really pleased to…

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Posted on May 27, 2005 Under Life

In the eternal search for the softest t-shirt fabric in the world, I think I've struck gold. High grade cotton is good, but bamboo fiber? Hands down, the softest t-shirt I've ever felt, period. "Bamboo is the fastest growing plant…

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Posted on March 15, 2005 Under Design

I'm all for renewable design, and I think this Bicicleta carpeting from designers Ariadna Miquel and Ana Mir works out quite nice. The carpet was inspired during a drip to india where bicyles are the primary mode of transprtation. "The…

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Bamboo Snowboard

Posted on January 18, 2005 Under Design

The Dutch based company Indigo Snow has introduced the worlds first bamboo snowboard. The board is super light weight and made mostly of wood except for its carbon fiber reinforced core for added strength. Hefty price tag at $1,220--but what…

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Rehabilitated Dishware

Posted on November 21, 2004 Under Design
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Posted on November 9, 2004 Under Design
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Rugged Art

Posted on October 27, 2004 Under Art

This collection of hand knotted carpets desiged by young graphic artists such as Romon Kimin Yang and Jose Parla are damn cool eh? Made entirely by hand, kntted in hand-spun Tibetan wool, swiss dye, "crafted to last a lifetime". I…

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Bite Zapper

Posted on October 5, 2004 Under Gadgetry
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Go Go Gadget Mobile Powerplant

Posted on September 28, 2004 Under Gadgetry

I've seen this pop up on a few sites now, seems pretty celver. The backpack that is a mobile power source to charge your gadgets without tying you to a power outlet. Three solar panels that generate 4 watts of…

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Posted on September 25, 2004 Under Life

I would will drive one of these around. BMW unveiled the world's fasted hydrogen-powered car, dubbed the H2R at the paris auto show. The car is capable of exceeding 185mph, plenty fast to get around town in style. Unlike most…

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