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Here are some stuff worth checking out at Paris boutique, colette. If you’re ever in Paris, be sure to check out this 2 floor haven for all things hip and chic.

1: Snoopy and the Peanuts gang turn 60 this year so Medicom Toy churned out these awesome be@rbricks in celebration. Where’s Pig Pen and his ball of filth?

2: Diamond encrusted robots by House of Qeelin– pretty cool! You can see these gems in the window of colette all month long. It’s like The Jetsons go ghetto fabulous!

3: Watchmaker Nixon and Beastie Boys (one of my favorite bands!) collaborate for a special edition wristwatch with Mike D in his signature cruisewear. Comes in four colors and yes, I’d make him the captain of my Loveboat!

4: Cool hangers by Domestic, designed by Geneviève Gauckler, +41, Leslie David, Iris de Mouy, Antoine + Manuel, Matali Crasset, etc. Perfect for a kid’s room  (or my room)!

photos: colette

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Here are some stuff I found while cruising the vast void of the internet. Seriously, the more I dig, the more I can’t stop! I need an intervention and Mr. Marmar’s not gonna do it!
-So the first photo is a watermelon cooler/carrier from Japan. I can’t really say much more except that those Japanese never overlook a damn thing! If it were me, I’d ditch the watermelon and put my cat or kid in it on a really hot day. I think they’d appreciate that.
-A lightbulb idea came to Swedish designer Eric Therner (I’ll show my way out)… A lightbulb in the shape of a diamond! Who thought you need a huge chandelier to be all fancy-like when you can just do it with a single bulb? I love when everyday objects are fiddled with for the cooler.
Pinky Diablo ‘s skull spoons are probably just for looking at. But still damn cool! I can see my son persuading me to give him his medicine in that spoon- tricky little boy!
-These Lego Headphones were made by someone who’s crazy about Legos. If you have the time, you too can make them. Follow the link to the instructions, but you’re gonna have to swipe some of your kids’ legos. Good luck with that. I like that you can add blocks whenever and wherever you want. They need to make lego bows.
Voila! Hope that starts your week off right!

photos: BBC Ice Cream, instructables

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