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What every busy gardener needs: A shotgun
Shotguns can now create life instead of destroying it, thanks to Flower Shells, ammunition loaded with seeds instead of lead pellets.
 
The shells are standard 12-gauge shotgun ammo that you can load into a gun and blast into the soil.

See them in action.

inspirationaldesigns:

Clamped Stools by Daniel Glazman

thinkwingman:

The Ultimate Weapon In Rubber Band Warfare

If somebody had asked you, yesterday, to name the top ten must-have items that your bachelor pad simply had to have, a rubber band machine gun probably wouldn’t have been on that list. Why? Because you didn’t know it existed. Now you’re going to regret laminating that wish-list, because your trusty Wingman is going to show you exactly why it needs changing.

Ingeniously designed and crafted by Alex Shpetniy & Brian Dinh, this fast-charging, easy-reload, 16-barrel, automatic machine gun is a certified fan favourite, with its Kickstarter campaign almost quadrupling its pledge aim of $5,000 with almost an entire month left to run.

Using a small electric engine, powered by just 5 AA batteries, whether your target is your arch nemesis or just a few cans lined up along a wall, the huge 672 rubber band capacity allows you to fire off 14 shots per second, at a range of up to 26 feet.

With plenty of time left to pledge – should you be unable to fight the desire to get your hands on one of your very own rubber band machine guns – the eleven different pledge options, and three stunning variations of gun design, should leave no home rubber-band-machine-gun-less this Christmas.

enochliew:

Goodman House by Preston Scott Cohen

A transported and re-erected Dutch barn frame is contained in this house like a guitar in its case.

oliphillips:

Signs for the Homeless 

by Kenji Nakayama & Christopher Hope

Check out their site here

escapekit:

Minimalist Movie Posters

Peruvian designer Eder Rengifo has designed a series of minimalist posters based on 12 of his favorite movies. 

I’ll be the first to admit that there’s a ton of minimalist movie posters designs out there. I’ve even posted my fair share, and keep posting ones I come across that I like simply because I love how designers can sum up an entire movie or feeling of that movie in one simple image. 

escapekit:

Cars and Films

Spain based designer/illustrator Jesús Prudencio has created a beautiful series of posters showcasing his favourite films with the cars used in it. 

I personally love this. Merging two of my favourite things into one.

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