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Broken Dinnerware

Broken Dinnerware by Richard Ginori available at Gore Dean. (via all things cool)

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Ping Pong Apartment

Daniel Arsham‘s 90 square foot apartment in Brooklyn is constructed with a lining of 25,000 ping pong balls. The loft space is attached to Daniel’s firm, Snarkitecture, and contains just enough room for sleeping and dressing.

The apartment — which Snarkitecture designed — was built in two months for less than $100 a square foot. That’s about $50 cheaper than your average loft.

Ok, I’m not denying that this is the most awesome toaster-sized loft apartment I’ve ever seen in my life, but aren’t ping pong balls like the most flammable thing of all time? Just sayin, I hope there’s a ping pong fire extinguisher under the bed. (via fastco)

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Face Mug

Let’s keep today’s anthropomorphic vibe going with the ceramic Face Mug available exclusively at Uncommon Goods.

Put a smile on that mug with a hungry mouth cubby that bites off more than you can chew. Perfect for serving milk and cookies, coffee and doughnuts, tea and biscotti, or your favorite snack-time combinations.

(via holy cool)

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Forgot Shop

Forgot Shop is the online boutique of UK designer Emily Forgot of Local Studio. I’m really digging her porcelain plates. (via make the big eye)

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Upcycled Vintage Luggage

BrightWall Studios is churning out some pretty fun upcycled luggage (via iain claridge).

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Olivier Dollé’s Branch Book Shelf

French designer and architect Olivier Dollé has created this modern branch book shelf out of oak. He also has a second smaller version that is equally amazing. (via cielbleu)

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Kevin Van Aelst

The work of Connecticut-based artist Kevin Van Aelst. (via today and tomorrow)

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