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Artisticle Allows You to Try Art Before You Buy

Getting into the world of art collecting can be a difficult business if you’re a beginner. But Artisticle, a new website in the US is offering would-be collectors the chance to “try before you buy” and rent the art first.

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Legada Fruit Spire Bowl by Brad Gressel

Designer Brad Gressel has come up with the Legada Fruit Spire, an innovatively shaped fruit bowl that ensures all your shiny fruits get a proper display and also allows you to pick out the ones that need to be eaten from the bottom while the fresher ones can be conveniently placed on the top of the spiral.

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The Plumen 001 Light Bulb Wins Design of the Year Award 2011

Low-energy light bulbs have never been regarded as a stylish product, the 2011 Brit Insurance Design of the Year Award, the Plumen 001 addresses this by creating an aesthetic bulb which works just like any low-energy bulb. By bending the glass tubes of a light bulb, the product uses 80% less energy and lasts eight times longer than an incandescent bulb.

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New York’s Tronic Studio Reveal the Ultimate Marketing of Real Estate

This is how you market real estate and take advantage of social media. Draw attention like this fantastic video drew ours! It was created by Tronic Studio in New York, the same team that is busy putting on the finishing touches on the TCH TV video we will be showing here next week!

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Tittot Glass Vases at Work in China Exhibition, Hong Kong

An upcoming exhibition called Works in China – Part 1 Design Art, in collaboration with Cat Street Gallery, will open at the The Space in Hong Kong June 29th, 2011 to showcase the latest and most iconic works of Michael Young’s 20-year industrial design career, plus the launch of his new book ‘Works in China’.

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Sustainable Vertical-Village Concept

The “Vertical Village: A Sustainable Way of Village-style Living” was recently awarded the first prize in the d3 Housing Tomorrow 2011 Competition. The competition called for transformative solutions that advanced sustainable thought, building performance, and social interaction through the study of intrinsic environmental geometries, social behaviors, urban implications, and programmatic flows.

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Andreas Verheijen, the Flower Engineer

Much in the way that a sculptor would manipulate clay or wood, for example, the flower engineer Verheijen works intimately with flowers and plants of all shapes, sizes, colours and breeds to create designs that can only be described as magnificent art pieces.

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VIDEO: The Amazing Wall Feature Created Using 9217 Corks

Not content with just hanging a photograph or painting on his wall, Scott Gundersen set out to create an entire feature using the corks he’d collected: 9217 corks to be exact. Over a period of 50 hours he produced “Grace”, which measures 96 feet x 66 feet.

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Brisbane’s Least Wanted – Damien Bredberg’s “Rubbish” Campaign

Award-winning photographer Damien Bredberg recently teamed up with Brisbane City Council to create a campaign to stamp-out littering throughout the city and, as always Damien’s flair and canny eye for quirkiness makes the impact of the campaign all the more impressive. “Brisbane’s Least Wanted” features five litterbug-personas, the Flagrant Flinger, the Wedger, the Pretender, the Foul Shooter and the Butthead, all of whom have no place in Brisbane, or any city for that matter.

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