They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/
28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.
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They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/
28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.
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They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/
28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.
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They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/
28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.
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They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/
28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.
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They Live by http://ichbinkong.de/

28-year-old artist Timm Schneider brings life to the town of Weisbaden, Germany by putting googly eyes on everyday objects on the street. He calls the series They Live and his technique is very simple. He creates eyeballs using either ping-pong balls or styrofoam balls and strategically places them on otherwise boring and overlooked objects such as toilets, poles and garbage bins.

UK-based artist Susan Stockwell recently completed this gigantic world map made from recycled computer components for the University of Bedfordshire. Entitled World,  the piece has been in progress since 2010 and uses motherboards,  electrical wiring, fans, and myriad other components donated by Secure  IT Recycling.
World Map made out of Computer Parts by http://www.susanstockwell.co.uk/
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UK-based artist Susan Stockwell recently completed this gigantic world map made from recycled computer components for the University of Bedfordshire. Entitled World,  the piece has been in progress since 2010 and uses motherboards,  electrical wiring, fans, and myriad other components donated by Secure  IT Recycling.
World Map made out of Computer Parts by http://www.susanstockwell.co.uk/
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UK-based artist Susan Stockwell recently completed this gigantic world map made from recycled computer components for the University of Bedfordshire. Entitled World,  the piece has been in progress since 2010 and uses motherboards,  electrical wiring, fans, and myriad other components donated by Secure  IT Recycling.
World Map made out of Computer Parts by http://www.susanstockwell.co.uk/
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UK-based artist Susan Stockwell recently completed this gigantic world map made from recycled computer components for the University of Bedfordshire. Entitled World,  the piece has been in progress since 2010 and uses motherboards,  electrical wiring, fans, and myriad other components donated by Secure  IT Recycling.
World Map made out of Computer Parts by http://www.susanstockwell.co.uk/
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UK-based artist Susan Stockwell recently completed this gigantic world map made from recycled computer components for the University of Bedfordshire. Entitled World,  the piece has been in progress since 2010 and uses motherboards,  electrical wiring, fans, and myriad other components donated by Secure  IT Recycling.
World Map made out of Computer Parts by http://www.susanstockwell.co.uk/
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UK-based artist Susan Stockwell recently completed this gigantic world map made from recycled computer components for the University of Bedfordshire. Entitled World, the piece has been in progress since 2010 and uses motherboards, electrical wiring, fans, and myriad other components donated by Secure IT Recycling.

World Map made out of Computer Parts by http://www.susanstockwell.co.uk/

Super Mario Bros. Wedding Invitation by http://larryquach.blogspot.com/
These are Larry T Quach’s Mario-themed wedding invitations. After he was asked by  his good friends, Esther Tanouye and Ryan Watkins, to design their  wedding invitations in an 8-bit Mario style, Quach not only completed  the task (while pressed for time), but did the couple and the classic  game justice.
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Super Mario Bros. Wedding Invitation by http://larryquach.blogspot.com/
These are Larry T Quach’s Mario-themed wedding invitations. After he was asked by  his good friends, Esther Tanouye and Ryan Watkins, to design their  wedding invitations in an 8-bit Mario style, Quach not only completed  the task (while pressed for time), but did the couple and the classic  game justice.
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Super Mario Bros. Wedding Invitation by http://larryquach.blogspot.com/
These are Larry T Quach’s Mario-themed wedding invitations. After he was asked by  his good friends, Esther Tanouye and Ryan Watkins, to design their  wedding invitations in an 8-bit Mario style, Quach not only completed  the task (while pressed for time), but did the couple and the classic  game justice.
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Super Mario Bros. Wedding Invitation by http://larryquach.blogspot.com/
These are Larry T Quach’s Mario-themed wedding invitations. After he was asked by  his good friends, Esther Tanouye and Ryan Watkins, to design their  wedding invitations in an 8-bit Mario style, Quach not only completed  the task (while pressed for time), but did the couple and the classic  game justice.
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Super Mario Bros. Wedding Invitation by http://larryquach.blogspot.com/
These are Larry T Quach’s Mario-themed wedding invitations. After he was asked by  his good friends, Esther Tanouye and Ryan Watkins, to design their  wedding invitations in an 8-bit Mario style, Quach not only completed  the task (while pressed for time), but did the couple and the classic  game justice.
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Super Mario Bros. Wedding Invitation by http://larryquach.blogspot.com/
These are Larry T Quach’s Mario-themed wedding invitations. After he was asked by  his good friends, Esther Tanouye and Ryan Watkins, to design their  wedding invitations in an 8-bit Mario style, Quach not only completed  the task (while pressed for time), but did the couple and the classic  game justice.
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Super Mario Bros. Wedding Invitation by http://larryquach.blogspot.com/

These are Larry T Quach’s Mario-themed wedding invitations. After he was asked by his good friends, Esther Tanouye and Ryan Watkins, to design their wedding invitations in an 8-bit Mario style, Quach not only completed the task (while pressed for time), but did the couple and the classic game justice.

Computer Window wall sticker

So oth­ers claim that you can’t dif­fer­en­ti­ate between real life and the vir­tual world in your com­puter any­more? They can’t be right, can they?

To make the dif­fer­ence crys­tal clear for you and them, we designed the Com­puter Win­dow Wall Sticker. This looks like a win­dow on your com­puter and has the inscrip­tion, “Out­side World — Real life 2.0”, with a globe icon next to it. Just apply the stick­ers around or on a real win­dow of your home and no mix-​​ups are pos­si­ble anymore.

With this sticker set, the com­puter win­dow has a max­i­mum hight of 2.2m and a max­i­mum width of 2m. Since it comes in sec­tions, you can fit it to all smaller-​​sized windows.

With the Com­puter Win­dow Wall Sticker, you can dec­o­rate your home in a very geeky way—and you finally know what’s behind this piece of glass…