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Design for Fred 2006

Here’s an instant birthday wish without the need for the cake and candle formalities. Porcelain votive comes with two candles and a box of matches. Make a wish.

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Design for Fred 2006

You are as unique as the next guy. These indoor/outdoor floor mats are made from 100% recycled truck tires with nylon flocking. The barcode on the mat is the actual product code. Oh how clever. Measures 18” x 30”.

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Design for Fred 2006

Enter key…enter mat…get it?. Indoor/outdoor floor mat made from 100% recycled truck tires with printed nylon flocking. Measures 16” x 30”.

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Design for Fred 2005

Inspired by the “miraculous” grilled cheese sold on ebay for $28,000.
Stamp the press into soft white bread and pop it in the toaster for your own slice of heaven.

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Design for Fred 2005

Representations of some of the worlds best manhole covers (with a little artistic license). These durable indoor/outdoor floor mats are made from 100% recycled truck tires with nylon flocking. Measure 24” x 24”.

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Design for Fred 2005

concept: Liz Dubois

The salt and pepper shakers that shake themselves. Pull the cord, invert, and let the vibrating motor do all the work. Made of vinyl.

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Design for Fred 2005

Wiggli is a segmented silicone trivet that twists and turns into a number of configurations to fit small and large size pots and dishes. It also does pretty well at keeping the kids entertained before dinner is served.

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Design for Fred 2005

concept: Liz Dubois

These hardwood blocks are screen-printed on all sides so you can make thousands of bizarre and amusing face combinations

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Design for Chump Toys 2005

Collectible designer vinyl toy based on the artwork of Gary Taxali. Removable fez and key. Limited to an edition of 500 pieces. How sad.

Read a review of the toy HERE. And yes, there are people who actually review these things

A second, special edition was commissioned by The Whitney Museum of American Art and limited to 200 pieces. You can see that HERE.

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Design for Club Earth 2003

Ding Bots are a set of eight balancing robots which nest in and stack in hundreds of different combinations. Inspired by the classic Bill Ding stacking clowns.