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Catamount Microwave Popcorn Popper

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By Raymond Koh in New Products on Friday 7 August 2009

Being a huge movie buff, I tend to go through a heap of microwaved or pre-popped popcorn. However, it’s never really good enough. Whether it’s drenched in butter, burnt, or too soft, there’s always something wrong. And popping my own kernels is not all it’s cracked up to be. But I’ve finally found my savior, […]

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360 Family furniture

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By Raymond Koh in New Design on Wednesday 17 June 2009

From the 2009 Magis Collection, 360 Family by Konstantin Grcic is a range of office furniture sure to catch the eye. The set consists of a stool, chair, drawer and desk, with the chair stealing the spotlight in what is a beautifully designed range.

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Cubicus

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By Raymond Koh in New Products on Wednesday 17 June 2009

As children we all owned a Rubik’s Cube. Well, now there’s a modern version of the beloved puzzle: Cubicus. Instead of matching colours, you now have to put the cube together or create a number of intricate sculptures. All of which is a wonderful twist on an old favorite.

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Miranda July’s Hallway installation

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By Raymond Koh in New Art on Tuesday 9 June 2009

For those unable to check out Miranda July’s latest installation in person, this video takes you through her magic Hallway. Although just words on walls, it’s intriguing and makes the viewer feel as if they’ve stopped in time to ponder their very existence.

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Diesel watch

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By Raymond Koh in New Design on Tuesday 2 June 2009

Now, I know it’s not hard to simply turn your wrist to tell the time, but the Diesel DZ9044 is a stylish watch that lets the user become that little bit more lazy. What’s more, if the watch is a gift, the clean face can be engraved to add that personal touch. Yes, wink, wink, indeed.

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Kurage lamp by Schemata Architecture

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By Raymond Koh in New Design on Wednesday 27 May 2009

Believe it or not, these odd looking things actually light up an entire room. This is the third edition of the Kurage lamp by Schemata Architecture, who construct it from fibre optic cables that range in brightness depending on the size of curves.

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Lee Stoetzel’s wooden Kombi Van

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By Raymond Koh in New Art on Tuesday 12 May 2009

Artist Lee Stoetzel has crafted this tribute to the classic Volkswagon motor bus. His spin on the environmentaly friendly automobile is as much a tribute to vehicle itself as it is to the hippie culture it was such a part of.

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Soo Kwon’s Plus Minus system

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By Raymond Koh in New Eco on Tuesday 12 May 2009

The Plus Minus system by Soo Kwon, a California-based industrial designer, was created to help today’s society better manage food portions. The plus side of the utensils are that it always allows for regular portions, the minus side is that those portions are small.

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The Chloe Hood

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By Raymond Koh in New Fashion on Monday 11 May 2009

Ever get that perfect casual jumper, but wished it had a hood? Well, Coal Headwear has produced the opposite to everyone else: not a jumper without a hood, but a hood without a jumper.

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Laboratorio DAGAD’s Text-ile chair

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By Raymond Koh in New Design on Monday 11 May 2009

This very sleek, designer-esque chair has been produced by Dante Bonuccelli and Lamm for the 2009 Use More Use Less Project. Created from discarded keyboard keys, it looks amazing. But I wonder if it’s uncomfortable or if it’s similar to a wooden bench.

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Sleepypod dog carrier

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By Raymond Koh in New Products on Friday 17 April 2009

Whether you have a dog or a cat, or a monkey for that matter, they don’t seem to like the stop-start nature of traffic, and who can blame them. This problem has been solved by Sleepypod, a traveling kennel for your dog or pet, which can be quickly fastened to seats and is a whole lot more comfortable than those metal cages that have traditionally been the norm.

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Chris Anthony’s Venice Beach series

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By Raymond Koh in New Photography on Tuesday 14 April 2009

Chris Anthony’s latest photo series was taken on Venice Beach. However, they don’t focus on fun under the sun or the clear water, as most beach images do. Instead, fully clothed models pose in everyday positions. The color of the scenery has been taken away, leaving the image almost black and white, thus giving an […]

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Just My Luck! pin

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By Raymond Koh in New Products on Tuesday 14 April 2009

Cute, quirky and fun: three words that describe this two part pin by Supermandolini perfectly. This is for those that want a daily giggle and something to remind them of their childish side, without some fluorescent gaudy pin uglifying their outfit.

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Nixon Time Teller P watches

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By Raymond Koh in New Products on Monday 13 April 2009

The people at Nixon have created a simple but funky watch for those carefree days. The Time Teller P features a basic design made up of durable materials, spiced up with some unconventional colours.

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Tomas Nilsson’s Little Red Riding Hood

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By Raymond Koh in Video on Monday 13 April 2009

To most of us, fairytales such as Little Red Riding Hood are now just a long lost memory. Although as children we loved to have it repeated over and over again, I doubt if any of us would be very excited with hearing it these days. However, Tomas Nilsson decided to visually reinterpret this wonderful […]

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