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Watch Dieter Rams and Stefan Sagmeister Stretch Their ImaginationsWanted: A Teaspoon That Wrings Out Your Tea BagsMotion Makes This Lamp Shiver And Fold [Video]Infographic Of The Day: What’s The Value Of A New Customer?A Poetic Idea For Living Atop The Shifting Snows Of The ArcticA School Where It Looks Like Halloween Every DayMapping The Recession’s Absurdity, Using D&D Dice2011’s Top Do-Good Design: Yves Béhar’s Glasses For The PoorInfographic Of The Day: What’s The Most Eco-Friendly Way To Eat A Hot Dog?How Chipotle Made This Amazing Stop Motion Film (And Made Us Cry)How People Have Visualized The Mind Throughout HistoryKiBiSi Rethinks Street Lights With Forest Of Urban TreesGadzooks! Mall Facade Becomes A Dancing LED InstallationAn Architect Imagines The Galapagos Islands As A Robot ZooThe World’s Largest Wooden Structure Is Massive, Bound With GlueInfographic Of The Day: How River Names Reveal Our Cultural RootsA Concept Worthy Of Rube Goldberg, For Handling Our Water Woes [Video]Pentagram’s 60-Second Tour Of 999 Typefaces [Video]Animated GIFs Capture Stanley Kubrick’s Most Immortal ScenesAn Appetite For Design: 12 Delicious Vintage MenusAdobe Muse Lets You Design Websites Without Knowing CodeMagnetized Soap Bubbles Mutate And Make Bathtime Scary [Video]A House That Solves The Problem Of Fascist Building CodesAn Exhibition Spotlights Philippe Starck’s Place In The BathroomA Liquid Typeface Melts Before Your Eyes, Thanks To Animated GIFsThe Man Behind Lady Gaga Unveils His Own Pop-Up ShopThis Wheelchair For Dogs Is Too Adorable For WordsInfographic Of The Day: How To Use Facebook To Market Your BrandA Painting Robot With An Ego As Fragile As A Real Artist’sNendo’s Wondrous Shelf Is A Kaleidoscope That Holds BooksA World Map That Doubles As A Bio Of Its CreatorInsanely Complex Ceramics Made By Hand, Not 3-D PrinterWanted: Toy Container Ships That Are Impossibly CoolA Data Viz Project That Visualizes A Family History Of DiseaseInfographic Of The Day: How The Virginia Earthquake Spread On TwitterFive Myths About Pro Bono DesignThink You’re An Industry Leader? Not So Fast