Dutch designers of Demakersvan started this idea as a design thesis project but it has since started to go into mass-production for commercial and home use due to popular appeal.

Combining the delicate decorative appeal of lace and the polar-opposite aesthetic of rugged wire fencing, these works of bent steel are like functional and appealing versions of boring large-scale metal artwork you see at office buildings.

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"Our objective is simple. We're men. Men who like cupcakes. not the frilly pink-frosted sprinkles-and-unicorsn- kind of cupcakes. We make manly cupcakes. For manly men."

Hilarious! Check it out.

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Dear Adobe, Please give PhotoShop a GLYPHS Palette. By ILoveTypography.

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With this Giant Teacup anyone can feel a bit like Alice in Wonderland! The oversized teacups at Thorstenvanelten are perfect for those who like gardening and growing their own herbs with a touch of style.

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Viktor & Rolf celebrate their Flowerbomb perfume's 5th birthday with a cake from top chef and pastry chef of the hotel Meurice in Paris. The ingredients the chefs choose have the same taste as the notes of the perfume.

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Crown glass coasters designed by ETRAK.
Crown shapes created with splashing water/milk.

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Intervention Ware features a dinner plate and a salad plate designed to make you think twice about whether or not you truly need to indulge.

The text on the border reads:
Do you really need that second helping? It's hard to be around you when you eat like this. Please stop eating. We're worried about you. For the love of god stop eating.

Buy it here.

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Really cool ambient for Ambi Pur's "Pink Flowers Room Spray".

Agency: Jung von Matt AG, Germany
Creative Directors: Jacques Pense, Michael Ohanian
Art Director: Nicole Grözinger
Artist: Sarah Illenberger

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Cork isn’t just for bulletin boards and wine bottles! This umbrella designed by Sandra Correia is available at the MoMA Store. The handle is made from wood and the dome is water-resistant and eco-friendly.

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Land Peel is a furniture developed by Japanese industrial design student Shin Yamashita from the Kyoto Institute of Technology. It is a flat three piece mat set from which a table, seat or rest can be made simply by lifting the panels. When done using, the furniture can be discreetly tucked away.

The flexibility of the lounge floor mat makes it ideal for all leisurely activities such as
watching television, studying, lying down, or reading a book.

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The minimalist BOOK for iPad comes with a clean linen cover and 100% wool felt sleeve inner lining.

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Wi-Fi icon-inspired hand fan from France’s Atyptk.
Buy it here.

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Stuart Hughes’ MacBook Air Supreme Ice Edition is crafted from 2500 grams of platinum and 25.5 carats of diamonds. Get it for around $200,000.

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Add a beveled, drop-shadowed layer of complexity to your decor with Menino’s Wall Bar; instantly recognizable by Photoshop fans, it’s a 31.5″ silk-screened MDF board of PS tools.

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Kordian Lewandowski made his own version of Michelangelo’s “La Pietà”. He used the Nintendo characters Mario and Princess Peach.

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Esslack Food Spray, the Deli Garage (Germany), you can now stain your tomatoes, pretzels, and whatever other food screams out to be covered in gold.

"Using these fresh spray cans full of edible silver and gold paint, food goes from ordinary to bling in seconds."

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"Angular and modern enameled steel photo display hangs on any wall and shows off your photos and memos via tightly coiled metal springs."
Buy it here.

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