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Middleton Made Knives

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Artfully-crafted chef's knives, handmade in South Carolina by bladesmith Quentin Middleton $240.00

Master Blandesmith Quentin Middleton, the man behind the expertly crafted Middleton Made Knives, owes a weird debt of gratitude to Arnold Schwarzenegger, since it was the Governator's 1982 pulp classic Conan the Barbarian that inspired a young Quentin to get into bladesmithing in the first place. Well thank you, Arnie, because these are among the finest kitchen tools we've......read more

Eton Soulra XL

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Solar-powered soundsystem for iPhone and iPod $250.00

No power? No problem The Soulra XL, another smart product developed by the hyper-geniuses at Etón, is a solar-powered dock and speaker system compatible with handheld Apple devices. If you're poolside or at the beach, the Soulra has a splash proof body. Complete with stereo sound, full range speaker drivers and bass boost.  This is one of our favorite items.  ...read more

Eton Mobius

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Solar-powered battery charger for iPhone 4 $80.00

Like most third-party batteries for the iPhone 4, the Eton Mobius also doubles as a case. But it has another trick up its sleeve – a monocrystal solar panel that can be used to recharge its battery....read more

Wind-Powered Mine Detonator Gets Kickstarted

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Low-tech, high-design 'Mine Kafon' works like minesweeping tumbleweed

Picture a giant, spiky tumbleweed from another planet and you get an idea what Massoud Hassani's Mine Kafon looks like. The project to bring cheap and easy-to-build mine detonators to Afghan minefields has just surpassed its Kickstarter goal of 100,000 GBP (approximately 161,000 USD).   Hassani, a graduate of Design Academy Eindhoven who grew up in Kabul, Afghanistan, created the Mine......read more

Klaus Pichler: Skeletons in the Closet

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Behind the scenes at Vienna's Museum of Natural History

Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler has spent the last three years roaming behind the exhibits at Vienna's Museum of Natural History, shooting photos of taxidermied animals. The results, collected in the ongoing series "Skeletons in the Closet," are simultaneously fascinating, grotesque, and hilarious. Writes Pichler: It all started when I happened to catch a glimpse through a basement......read more

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