Amazing Paddle And Surfboard Trailer

    Mule Transport Products have invented a trailer, to carry your surfgear, composed of a nose and tail piece connected together with a durable clip and cinch down. The Mule is a unique way to transport your shortboard, longboard, or Stand up Paddle board, you can walk with the trailer or pull it behind your bicycle. It installs and breaks down in seconds and fit´s in a small case which is included.

The 105-year-old 'motorbike'

    It looks like a neglected bike long since consigned to the shed, but this two-wheeled contraption's value belies its rusty appearance.

    The ancient bicycle is in fact a 1906 Indian Camelback, one of the first ever two-wheeled motorised machines and one which is hugely desirable to collectors.

    Just 1,698 of the rare cycles were produced 105 years ago, with its 'unrestored' state meaning the relic could fetch as much as £50,000 at auction.

    Relic: The 105-year-old Indian Camelback 'motorbike' is worth £50,000 thanks to its 'unrestored' appearance.


    Hope you all had a lovely Merry Christmas and had lots of presents! I have decided to post this little post about the amazing Faye De Lanty. Another friend of mine which left earlier this year to the land of New York City to continue her creative adventure! These are the photos from her little farewell dinner and I thought I had to document a little bit of it and her house too! Also a fun fact- previous rock star member of INXS, Michael Hutchence use to live in her house and her room! I quite love her furniture.

    If you don't know Faye, you may remember the days when she was the host on Totally Wild. She was also a premiere TV trainer at NIDA and also runs her own own fashion label Love Chile, which encapsulates her funky, rock and roll, hippy style. Faye also runs, Fashion Hound, a weekly video blog that captures stories and styles of people. Check out her Youtube channel here and her pieces in local online magazine NineToFive here. She is definitely a talented one!

Beautiful Woodcraft Furniture

    Young Filipino designer Vito Selma creates the most stunning and complex furniture. His material of choice is wood and he uses it to combine simplicity with creativity resulting in the most beautiful forms that are both functional and artistic at the same time. Vito says that his pieces call to mind the archetypal nudes who stand before artist and audience, showing each curve and crest of their composites. He says his work is unabashed and unafraid to display the nakedness of wood grain and texture

Beautiful Lamps by Calabarte

    Polish artist known as Calabarte makes amazing table lamps out of hollowed and dried skin of the gourd fruit.

    Wonderful patterns and designs intricately carved into the deeper layers of the shell allow the light to pass through. Because the shape of the fruit is determined by nature, each lamp is unique and one of a kind.

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