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    The MAMA Bike Rack

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    Sweden’s Treehouse Hotel

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    Alpina Bike Spins your Vinyl Records as you Ride

    Dutch designers have created a cycling/music machine that plays vinyl records as you ride at a consistent speed.

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    Post-It Watches For People Who Forget Stuff

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    Helsinki Named 2012 World Design Capital

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    Steve Jobs’ Biographer Interviewed on 60 Minutes

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    The Future of Bike Innovation

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    The Mona Lisa Recreated with a Single Line

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    Brooklyn Man Turns His Life Into An Exhibition in a Dumpster

    In the ultimate act of not being able to let go, an artist has transferred the detritus of his past into a perusable dumpster.

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    Ikea App Uses Facebook to Personalise Your Bedroom

    Ikea attempt to sell you their durable and inexpensive Swedish wares by aligning them precisely with your personality, lifestyle and tastes.

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    U-Boat Worx Offers Submarine Charters for Tourists

    These 'personal submarines for yacht and tourism' are for those people who are desirous of exploring the depths of the ocean but who suffer the misfortune of not being Richard Branson.

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    A Portable Hanging Herb Garden for Inner-City Dwellers

    The dream of any inner-city or spatially-challenged dweller with a green thumb, finely tuned tastebuds and no backyard.

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    Adidas Unveils Super Intelligent Football Boot

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    Designs That Let You Sleep Anywhere, Anytime

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    iPhone 4S Fails to Impress

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    IPhone Bike Speaker Lets You Listen While You Ride

    Play sweet music and use your iPhone as a GPS while riding through the town on your bike.

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    Micro-Hotel Sleepbox Makes Being In Transit Appealing

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    Inspirational Designs for Busan’s New Opera House

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    Dutch Designer Rolls Out Wooden Bikes

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    Nike Release Back to The Future Sneakers

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    NYC Artist Brings Subway Etiquette to Life

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    Swiss Artist Injects Order Into the Everyday

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    Stylish Ways To Save Water

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    The World’s First Self-Inflating Tyre

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    Lego Takes On The World’s Architectural Icons

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    Rio De Janeiro’s Sustainable Olympic Village Design

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    Beautiful Swear Words

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    The London Riots: The Impact on Creative Communities

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    The Ajiro Bamboo Velobike: Grown Not Made

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    Australian Artist Creates Perfume You Can Swallow

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    The World’s Largest Wooden Structure Appears in Seville

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