Taxi Meter Clock

Posted on January 24, 2007 Under Gadgetry

Great clock made from the display of an old taxi meter-- the buttons set time as well as switch the display between time, date and temperature. Add a nice wood finish and voila, a one of a kind taxi meter…

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Readymech Series 002

Posted on January 16, 2007 Under Design

Readymechs are free flat pack toys that you can easily print (and very carefully) build. All the toys are designed to fit on a regular 8.5 x 11 inch piece of paper and printed with any printer-- obviously the nicer…

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The iPod Book Case: DIY

Posted on November 20, 2006 Under Design

Easily the most refreshing DIY iPod case we've seen in a while-- from a user who goes by the name of Izatchu on Flickr. Especially good for high-school kids who aren't allowed to have iPods in school (not sure how…

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Paint Chip Card Holders: DIY

Posted on November 13, 2006 Under Design

Our pal Aaron Tang (aka Tango!) has a nice little DIY post about his signature paint chip card holders-- a must have hand-made accessory for designers needing to show off their chosen profession, not to mention help them remember the…

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Retro Phone Goes Mobile: DIY

Posted on November 13, 2006 Under Gadgetry

Reminiscent of Hulger, uber-geek (and quite smart might we add) Simon Classenhacked up an old-school Ericsson phone with a mobile phone to create a wireless 'cell-phone' like device. The guts contain a used Sagem GSM-phone hooked up to the classic…

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Milky Way Chandelier

Posted on October 30, 2006 Under Design

We covered Brooklyn based Alexander Reh's Fully Loaded chair back in February, a chair made with more than 450 .12 gauge shotgun shells. He checked in with us with a little insight into his new collection. He says he is…

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Lego Factory

Posted on June 13, 2006 Under Design

I have always had a fascination with Legos, but never liked being creatively limited to the pre-designed and packaged kits. If you share my sentiment then fret no more because thanks to the Lego Factory, you can now design your…

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