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Thinking for a Living™ print & pattern Dailytonic IdeaPaint: Turn Your Entire Office Into a Whiteboard Why didn't you think of this? John Goscha, at the ripe old age of 25 ditched a job offer at Goldman Sachs, and instead began marketing IdeaPaint, which is simply a paint that turns any paintable surface into a dry-erase board. The benefit--besides being able to brainstorm on almost every inch of your office--is that the paint is half the cost of whiteboard and better-performing--you can leave marks up indefinitely, and they won't stain the wall. Of course, it takes a bit of time--you may have to sand the wall and prime it--but one other benefit is that you're not incurring all the carbon involved in manufacturing and shipping a whiteboard. [Inc. via Dieline]

HUH. Infinity List Bookshelf Porn Product Design This is the Wrap series journal by Cravar made with full grain vegetable bark tanned leather. The Wrap series is available in 4 colors, and two sizes; A5 and A6. The A5 can fit a large Moleskine, while the A6 fits the pocket version. Continue reading “Wrap Journal Leather Sleeve” » Charge your device with this minimalist nightstand docking station. Continue reading “21st Century Nomad Nightstand Docking Station” » The POLAROLL Toilet Paper Holder from DOIY Design is an LOL inducing cheeky (no pun intended) innovation. Continue reading “Top Photography Gadgets” » The Fluttua Floating Bed by Daniele Lago is a one-legged suspension bed that gives a dramatic appearance to your bedrooms. Continue reading “Daily Gadget Inspiration #87” » With 10 tools in one, from bottle opener to screwdriver, the challenge is for you to remember all the applications. Continue reading “10-in-1 Credit Card Multi-Tool” » Continue reading “Herb Keeper Mill” » More Gadgets Continue reading “The Rack Pack” »

Steine bemalen- von Bastelideen zur wertvollen Kunst Es passiert einfach intuitiv, dass wir hübsche Steine vom Boden aufheben, von jeder Seite betrachten, in der Hand fühlen und sehr oft mit nach Hause nehmen. So etwas Einfaches wie ein Stein bekommt nicht nur den besonderen Platz auf dem Klavier, sondern auch eine ganz besondere Aufmerksamkeit. Mit dessen Hilfe werden wir blitzschnell an den Ort versetzt, an dem wir den Stein gefunden haben und können somit diesen Augenblick wieder und wieder erleben. Die Darstellungstechnik Steine bemalen Manche Menschen erweitern diese Erinnerungen, in dem sie kunstvoll diese speziellen Orte abbilden. Universen durch Steine und Farbe erschaffen Werbung “Steine bemalen” wird im heutigen Material erweitert und ein wenig aufgebaut, denn es gibt auch Künstler, die sich mit dem Thema befassen und unsere Leser verzaubern wollen. Kennen Sie eine bessere Geschenkidee? Bemalte Steine sind nicht gleich Kunst, aber ein guter Anfang. Grundtechniken des Zeichnens gelten auch beim Steine-Bemalen wertvoll und einzigartig

NOTCOT.ORG THE URANIUM CAFE 60 Highly Clever Minimal Logo Designs Depending on the flavor of your business, your logo may appear big and flashy, bold and colorful or just plain simple and clever. In this roundup, I’ve turned the spotlight towards the more simple and clever logo styles that leave a strong impression. As simplistic as they may appear, there is genius behind these 60 highly clever minimal logo designs. OneFund Filmaps Folder back Bipolar Backspace Stairs Fence v.2 Walk Unarmed Frankenstein Films Thinktank Pelican eveva Love Clip SewPerfect Wave Pendulum Sex Lovers City Direct FishLine Up Straight UP elefont Rocket Golf Illusion Circus of Magazines CodeFish Zip Mummy Foot Missing Helium Killed Productions Bird Giraffe minimum Catch 5 ascus HandsUp Pencil James Forbes Plumbing Wine Searcher Ed’s Electric LocKey Handmade Pictures upside down productions More Wine Kingdom brand Twins Horror Films Ross Poultry Half Crown Jump Atack Tulipart Have a Favorite? When putting a showcase of inspiration together, I often find myself picking a couple of favorites out of the bunch. Written by Shawn Ramsey

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