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unemployment (by recovering lazyholic)

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unemployment (by recovering lazyholic)

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joli fixie!
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ReCraft Your Bike: Republic 3D Bike Designs
Just like the people who ride them, bikes come in all shapes and sizes.  Generally, they’re designed for utility:  a go fast, down the mountain, get to work or cruise the town tool. Unfortunately, they usually look about as snappy as a tool too.  At Republic Bike, thet decided to shake up familiar aesthetic conceits and expectations of what a bike should look like.  In fact, they decided to leave it up to you. You pick, choose, swap and decide, and they’ll build it, box it, and ship it out. It’s a bike you design and build together with them.  —————————————————————————————————Displayed on Recraft | Facebook | Twitter—————————————————————————————————

joli fixie!

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ReCraft Your Bike: Republic 3D Bike Designs

Just like the people who ride them, bikes come in all shapes and sizes.  Generally, they’re designed for utility:  a go fast, down the mountain, get to work or cruise the town tool. Unfortunately, they usually look about as snappy as a tool too.  At Republic Bike, thet decided to shake up familiar aesthetic conceits and expectations of what a bike should look like.  In fact, they decided to leave it up to you. You pick, choose, swap and decide, and they’ll build it, box it, and ship it out. It’s a bike you design and build together with them.  

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magnifique!
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ReCraft Your Vespa: Vespa Chair by Bel & Bel
The Vespa Seat, from Bel&Bel, is a swivel chair made from original pieces of the front part of the legendary Piaggio Scooter. The chair presents a strong internal structure and a hydraulic piston for height regulation. It is a really comfortable and ergonomic chair leather upholstered. The traditional character of the piece combined with modern lines makes it a unique product and a sample of the most Avant-garde Art design. The piece also means an extra emotional charge for all Vespa lovers.—————————————————————————————————Displayed on Recraft | Facebook | Twitter—————————————————————————————————

magnifique!

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ReCraft Your Vespa: Vespa Chair by Bel & Bel

The Vespa Seat, from Bel&Bel, is a swivel chair made from original pieces of the front part of the legendary Piaggio Scooter. The chair presents a strong internal structure and a hydraulic piston for height regulation. It is a really comfortable and ergonomic chair leather upholstered. The traditional character of the piece combined with modern lines makes it a unique product and a sample of the most Avant-garde Art design. The piece also means an extra emotional charge for all Vespa lovers.
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trop belle!
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ReCraft Your Clock: Van Esch OCLOCK
It may sound rather odd coming from the mouth of a designer. Yet architect Anthony Duffeleer regards the shape of the Oclock he has designed incidental. Its shape is a consequence of the production process, he explains, which in this case is rotation casting. This is a process in which plastic powder goes in a mould, which is then placed in an oven and rotated. The plastic adheres to the wall and in this way takes on its final shape. ‘Design is an unbelievably pretentious word,’ says the architect, who, together with Freia Rombouts, is the driving force behind the Antwerp firm Frap. ‘A designer is really a process supervisor.’ It is the quest for the right production method that appeals to Duffeleer. In the case of the Oclock this leads to an exciting, in some ways organic shape. A further benefit of the production process is that despite its generous dimensions - the dial is around 120 centimetres in diameter - the clock is nonetheless light in weight. Duffeleer is also breaking with the standard image of a clock. ‘This design is individual, it has pretension. It is an object that has an almost obtrusive presence in the room. And that’s the idea. Even if the room is otherwise empty, with this clock it is nonetheless full.’—————————————————————————————————Displayed on Recraft | Facebook | Twitter—————————————————————————————————

trop belle!

rozanes:

ReCraft Your Clock: Van Esch OCLOCK

It may sound rather odd coming from the mouth of a designer. Yet architect Anthony Duffeleer regards the shape of the Oclock he has designed incidental. Its shape is a consequence of the production process, he explains, which in this case is rotation casting. This is a process in which plastic powder goes in a mould, which is then placed in an oven and rotated. The plastic adheres to the wall and in this way takes on its final shape. ‘Design is an unbelievably pretentious word,’ says the architect, who, together with Freia Rombouts, is the driving force behind the Antwerp firm Frap. ‘A designer is really a process supervisor.’ It is the quest for the right production method that appeals to Duffeleer. 

In the case of the Oclock this leads to an exciting, in some ways organic shape. A further benefit of the production process is that despite its generous dimensions - the dial is around 120 centimetres in diameter - the clock is nonetheless light in weight. Duffeleer is also breaking with the standard image of a clock. ‘This design is individual, it has pretension. It is an object that has an almost obtrusive presence in the room. And that’s the idea. Even if the room is otherwise empty, with this clock it is nonetheless full.’

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ReCraft Your Print: No Whining Art Print
Letterpress printed on heavy, recycled black paper. Available from: Hammerpress

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ReCraft Your Print: No Whining Art Print

Letterpress printed on heavy, recycled black paper. Available from: Hammerpress

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