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Lo Res Project

The Lo Res Project by United Nude aims to create new design variations from objects by running a simplifying software algorithm on the original shapes. There are some very interesting outcomes to this experimentation, which includes a Lamborghini!

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Grafitee

T-Shirts, the staple of the modern wardrobe and one item of clothing that you can never have enough of! French blog Grafitee does a great job of showcasing the latest in T design.

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Das Monk

Well, there I was the other day, minding my own business, wandering around Glebe Markets when I stumbled across Das Monk who have some of the freshest tee designs I’ve seen in a long time.

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Pingmag – No More

It’s a sad day when decent design blogs die and Pingmag was one of the best of them. Brilliantly written stories covering the fields of art, design, architecture, fashion and many other categories all with a Japanese twist were what made Pingmag so special. Hopefully the site stays up so you can browse the archives (which I highly suggest doing). Farewell Pingmag.

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Ringo

Ringo is a really neat interface concept by Ivan Tihienko.

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Cuprocking

Cuprocking is a collaborative project between Mooks and Andy Uprock, showcasing cuprocking, an innovative form of (non-destructive) street art.

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Skate Cream

Skate Cream is, ummm, a sculpture of a melted skateboard by New Zealand crew Po-Mo. They’ve got some pretty nice looking T-Shirts too… (Reminds me of ‘Hot with the chance of a late storm’ by The Glue Society).

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Secret Shop / Dancing Shoes

These shoes are way too cute! ‘Dancing Shoes’ can be found at Secret Shop, the online store of Finnish design group Company.

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ASRD

ASRD is a sneaker based wearable project which allows you to see the wireless networks around you and their signal strength via a device placed on your shoe.

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stitsh

Stitsh

Stitsh is a new London based fashion blog that is taking things to the next level. Showcasing candid street photographs of fashionable Londoners, the site also shows you where you can buy the clothes, so if you see something you like it’s as easy as clicking on the photo to purchase your newly discovered goods!

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