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No multiple levels of dreaming are required to view this coffee table's mind-bending sculptural effect thanks to a handcrafted blend of wood, steel, and 3D printing.
This is an authentic hot dog vendor's cart, found on the streets and in the parks of New York City today, continuing the city's robust street food tradition that began in the late 19th century.
Better View is a series of perforated black out roller blinds. Light seeps in through the small cut out holes creating an image of a city by night. The cut-outs represent the light in the windows of apartment buildings ... Continue
If you love those iconic architectural water towers dotted around on the rooftops of New York City, then check out this cool new Alessi Water Tower Kitchen Container from designer Daniel Libeskind.
No matter whether your green thumb is located in the urban concrete jungle or the suburban plains, this modern elevated planter will satisfy it's desire for growing fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers in limited spaces on decks, patios, rooftops, ... Continue
A combination of a compact umbrella and a leafy green head of romaine lettuce... for obvious reasons of course.
Traditional Dutch Delft dinnerware is updated to suit a New Yorker's aesthetics with graffiti, hot dog stands, taxi cabs and garbage trucks, bringing a striking modernity to the traditional form.
This colorful three-dimensional spinning globe is made from cork and includes five red pushpins to mark spots on the Earth that you've journeyed to or use them to pin pictures, tickets, mementos, treasure maps, or anything you desire.
This innovative dog leash securely locks your dog up to an immovable object like a rack or street light just like a bike lock to prevent them from getting loose or being dog-napped by thieves.
Discreetly carry your laptop on your back and under your jacket for maximum mobility and security.
This fun table lamp features a miniature Spider-Man hanging upside down in his iconic pose from a street light post above a cobblestone base.
3D-printed sculptural wheatgrass planters inspired by the iconic water towers scattered throughout New York City
What you're looking at is not a terrifying scene from a 1950s horror movie about massive, genetically mutated, killer felines destroying a city, it's just a cool new scratching post!
Massive replica of the original We Are Happy To Serve You coffee cups from New York that holds up to twenty regular-size cups and also doubles as a bank, planter and more!
This urban-inspired cardboard cat scratcher looks like a miniature version of the Empire State Building that's constructed from highly scratchable five-layer cardboard with an enticing cat toy with feathers hanging from the spire way up on top.
There have been countless variations of the classic game, but this new version has added some fun, modern twists that let you financially decimate your friends and family with sheer ruthless glee in a huge 3D city!
Forget old-fashioned holiday cheer, because the white snow in this globe has been replaced with grey and black chunks that could be anything from concrete to nuclear fallout from the miniature destroyed cityscape inside.
Yep, actual cans of air from various cities around the world.
Inspired by the little red balloon-shaped digital pins you see on smartphones and computer maps, these cool new Map Marker Push Pins are for intended for the real world.

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