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I want this bowl so badly. A young French designer Geraldine de Beco has created a cool series of ceramic breakfast bowls which have a cute little surprise when filled with liquid. The bowls look really strange while empty, but once you fill them with milk, yogurt  or any solid color liquid, the form of an animal magically appears.

A young French designer (Geraldine de Beco) has created a series of ceramic breakfast bowls which look strange when empty, but when filled with liquid, the form of an animal magically appears.

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Create your own rainbow on the street .... Fund on Indiegogo !!! Ginkgo umbrella.  Ginkgo umbrella  The first eco-sustainable umbrella. Lightweight, colorful and flexible.

Fully Recycable Umbrellas The Components of the Ginkgo Umbrella Can Be Dismantled and Recycled

Corner lamp

Established & Sons Corner Light by Peter Bristol

The MISWAK is a tooth-cleaning twig used mainly in the Middle East, Pakistan and India. Traditionally, the top is bitten off with every use to reveal soft bristles similar to that of a toothbrush.     THIS aims to repackage and promote the miswak as an organic, biodegradable, portable, more beneficial substitute for toothpaste and a toothbrush.

The MISWAK is a tooth-cleaning twig used mainly in the Middle East, Pakistan and India. Traditionally, the top is bitten off with ever.

Royal Albert Teacup Green Handpainted Tea Cup and Saucer Duo

Milia Seyppel, Janne Peters

shades of pinks, corals Janne Peters - Fotografie, Food, Stills, Interior…

Linnaeus’ Floral clock. The Swedish botanist Linnaeus observed over a number of years that certain plants opened and closed their flowers at particular times of the day, these times varying from species to species. Hence one could deduce the approximate time of day according to which species had opened or closed their flowers. Arranged in sequence of flowering over the day they constituted a kind of floral clock or horologium florae, as Linnaeus called it in his Philosophia Botanica (1751).

In 1751 Carolus Linnaeus designed a clock that used plants that flower at different times of day to mark the hours.

Concept of charging time. Save Electricity and control your spend.

Concept of charging time. Save Electricity and control your spend.

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Normal timepieces by Ross McBride

Normal timepieces by Ross McBride

Meimei plate for Japanese tea celemony by hamazo

Meimei plate for Japanese tea celemony by hamazo

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