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    Wood Rails

    These finished oak rails use magnets to hold the top and bottom of any vertical Engineer Print or large poster. Simply hang the rails from their waxed cotton string. Get them from here!

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    OTTO Fan

    The OTTO by Stadler Form is the world’s first fan to use a sustainable ring of bamboo as a frame. The lightweight fan is eco-friendly, has 3 speed settings, and comes with a 1 year manufacturer’s limited warranty as well as…

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  • Design

    Be.e Scooter

    The Be.e is a fully-electric bio scooter by Van.eko with a robust hull-shaped frame composed of hemp, flax, and synthesized cellulose fibers. Basically, the frame is a hemp-based plastic that’s durable and resilient enough for the producers to confidently attach a 4 year…

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    EMX

    The EMX is a conceptual electric motorcycle that strikes a balance between the flowing lines of its frame and the sci-fi, futuristic look the designer, Umo Masada, was going for. The singular frame sits atop large, treaded wheels that look like they…

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    Viks

    Viks is an urban steel bicycle by Indrek Narusk of Velonia incorporating two stainless steel tubes to form its sleek, simple frame. It’s definitely eye-catching and assuredly unique, playing off the cafe lifestyle of using vintage bicycles for transport through the city…

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  • Architecture

    Frame

    Frame by UID Architects gets its name from the large square opening present in its facade. The frame allows ample natural light into the small courtyard behind it, giving the area a quiet, calm quality that’s perfect for reflection on a…

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    Z-FIXIE ~ A Fixed-gear Bicycle Concept for Future Hipsters

    Sometimes something is so beautiful yet so minimal it quite literally takes your breath away.

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    Polaboy ~ The frame for a small piece of eternity

    Hot damn, who would have thought that oversized Polaroid pictures with a subtle illumination would turn out being so incredibly cool!

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