Re-Purposed Oil Barrel Light Fixtures by Vibrazioni Art Design

Vibrazioni Art Design Lamp

Vibrazioni Art Design is essentially an Italian version of Daft Punk that builds custom motorcycles and homewares – all out of their workshop in the Emilia-Romagna region of Northern Italy near Bologna. The favorite canvas of the two men is oil drums, millions of which are made each year to transport oil and fuel, before being…

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Handmade American Walnut Porsche Writing Desk by 3 GJB 17

Porsche Writing Desk by 3 GJB 17

This Porsche writing desk was handcrafted from American walnut and fitted with 100% original Arctic Silver Porsche body panels. The desk is the work of 3 GJB 17, a boutique French company that specializes in turning vintage car parts into the kind of modern furniture that industrial designers lust after. Only 3 of these desks were…

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Craft A Brew American Pale Ale Beer Brewing Kit – $45 USD

Craft A Brew American Pale Ale Beer Brewing Kit

The American Pale Ale Beer Brewing Kit by Craft A Brew is an all-inclusive $45 kit that’ll make approximately a dozen 12 oz bottles of beer. Many of us love the idea of trying out the process of creating craft beer, the barrier to entry has always been cost and complexity. Craft A Brew was founded in…

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B-17 Wright R-1820 Cyclone Radial Engine Table

B-17 Radial Engine Coffee Table

This B-17 Wright R-1820 Cyclone radial engine table is built from a decommissioned R-1820 engine – this is the motor that powered every wartime example of the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and Douglas SBD Dauntless bombers as well as countless other aircraft, armored vehicles, and tanks including the M4A6 Sherman and the M6 Heavy Tank….

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Rear View Prints – Race Tracks Of The World

Rear View Prints F1 Race Tracks

This series of posters by Rear View Prints showcases the world’s greatest race tracks in a clean, minimalist way that makes them perfect for display on just about any wall. You can order each print in a variety of sizes, the largest being 18″ x 24″, progressing down to 11″ x 17″, then in A2,…

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Boeing 747 Wheel Table by Plane Industries

Boeing 747 Wheel Table Plane Industries

This Boeing 747 Wheel Table by Plane Industries is more or less exactly what it says on the tin – it’s an authentic Boeing 747 alloy wheel that’s been meticulously rebuilt into what is undeniably one of the greatest coffee tables money can buy. Each wheel is sourced directly from the airline industry, wheels that…

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Williams F1 Forged Magnesium Wheel Coffee Table

Williams F1 Rays Magnesium Wheel

This is a Williams Racing race-used wheel that was fitted to the FW35 car in the 2013 F1 World Championship season. It’s now been converted into a coffee table by the addition of a toughened glass top, but other than this it’s in the same condition it was in when used by the team –…

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Azio Retro Classic – The Traditional Mechanical Computer Keyboard

Azio Retro Classic - The Traditional Mechanical Computer Keyboard

The Azio Retro Classic is a mechanical keyboard that uses tactile, “clicky” keys reminiscent of a vintage typewriter. Each key is an individual mechanical switch, with a central backlight LED for low-light use. Each keyboard has a durable Zinc alloy chassis assembled and attached with hex bolts, with a genuine leather (or wood) surface, and…

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The Cluster Bomb Drinks Cabinet – Store Your Whiskey in an Authentic (Defused) Cluster Bomb

Cluster Bomb Drinks Cabinet Main

The Cluster Bomb Drinks Cabinet is one of the more famous creations from Plane Industries, a firm that makes high-end furniture from decommissioned aircraft parts and munitions. Each drinks cabinet is made from a decommissioned (and obviously defused) BL755 cluster bomb originally designed and built by Hunting Engineering Ltd. for the Royal Air Force. The…

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LeviMoon – The World’s First Levitating Moon Lamp

LeviMoon - The World's First Levitating Moon Lamp

The LeviMoon holds the distinction of being the world’s first levitating moon lamp, it was developed by the team at Coocepts to realistically portray the lunar surface – though as this desk-based moon isn’t locked in a tidal orbit like the real Moon, you can see the whole 360 degree surface as it rotates. Each…

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