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Wanted: A Modernist Foosball Table Costs More Than a BMW [Video] | Co.Design The humble foosball table, that fixture of fraternity houses and tech startups, has just gone glam. After all, just because you read the Robb Report doesn't mean you can't appreciate the simple pleasures of slamming beers while bashing a little ball around, right? Now "The Beautiful Game," a glossy, chrome-limned $68,000 foosball table designed by Gro, provides plebeian amusement and patrician luxury at once. Gro's table is apparently inspired by life-sized football stadiums. Wanted: A Modernist Foosball Table Costs More Than a BMW [Video] | Co.Design
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Terada Mokei on Cool Hunting A slice of life shrinks even smaller with the miniature design line, Terada Mokei. Architect-turned-modeler Naoki Terada's Architectural Model Accessories Series is a monochrome microcosmic representation of everyday life. Terada adopted a 1/100 scale ratio for the series, promoting a metric-based "global standard" that adorably scales down the largeness of reality to one-hundredth the size. Terada Mokei on Cool Hunting
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22 Cool Artworks Made from Computer Keyboards Many decades ago, when typewriters were more common than the computer or its keyboard, learning how to type was a great deal. In fact, many people would enroll in typing classes so that they could learn how to type, which may now sound like an absurd idea. However, with the advent of computers a few decades ago, most people began to realize that the QWERTY keyboards aren’t exotic but were now here to stay. Now, computer keyboards are so omnipresent that they have almost become the universal mode of communication, and the QWERTY keypad can be seen on not just computers but also cellphones, and other devices. 22 Cool Artworks Made from Computer Keyboards 22 Cool Artworks Made from Computer Keyboards
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For Moody Tweeps: The Emoticon Keyboard For Moody Tweeps: The Emoticon Keyboard It seems emoticons are taking over the world, doesn’t it? I put one in almost every one of my tweets, and I just love them. It’s crazy to me how much emotion a person can convey in a few symbols put together.
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RetroFutur, la boutique ! Ouvert du Mardi au Dimanche de 10h30 à 20h, l’équipe RetroFutur vous souhaite la bienvenue au 55, Quai de Valmy dans le 10ème arrondissement de Paris. A quelques mètres de la Place de la République, nous vous accueillons dans le quartier dynamique du Canal Saint-Martin entre lieux de shopping, de promenade et de fête. Vous y trouverez une sélection pointue de produits Audio : enceintes bluetooth, casques audio, platines vinyles, radio vintage, accessoires Ipad… Le lieu a été conçu et designé par Gesa Hansen et Pascaline Feutry, avec l’appui de Fabian Théraud. Le Blog Retro Futur

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