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Oval Digital Handpan

Oval is a digital version of the popular Handpan (hang drum) acoustic instrument. The light, portable and durable instrument is designed to provide total freedom in music creation, with the ergonomics and playability of a hang drum, but with access to a world of almost limitless sonic possibilities. The beautiful electronic musical instrument  features a ring of multi-sensing pads that respond to velocity, pressure and X/Y location, and comes with a accompanying app that allows you to both change and create sounds. watch the video below



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KAA RESTAURANT | SAO PAULO BRASIL | Image

KAA RESTAURANT | SAO PAULO BRASIL

Ka Restaurant is located in So Paulo  Brasil, it is a 700 sq meter space. It has 7 thousand plants originating from the Atlantic forest that serve as an oasis for more than just the taste, but for all the senses. Among the details are the lush suspended garden on the wall of the hall, a retractable roof that can be opened on warm days, besides an informal ambience with glass of water and a lounge....
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UNDERWATER DOGS | BY SETH CASTEEL | Image

UNDERWATER DOGS | BY SETH CASTEEL

Underwater Dogs is a best seller book by award-winning photographer Seth Casteel. The book contains over 80 unique and exhilarating photographs of dogs underwater in pursuit of a ball. The pictures give us another view of our old friends determination underwater playing fetch and each image bubbles with exuberance and life. The dogs look terrified but are surely having a great time. via You can purchase it in Europe here ...
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DARHI | CHARM HOTEL IN TUNISIA | Image

DARHI | CHARM HOTEL IN TUNISIA

The "DarHi" is a contemporary accommodation between guest house and charm hotel. Its located at the frontier of the desert in Nefta, south of Tunisia and is product of the imagination of designers Philippe Chapelet and Patrick Elouarghi. Its perfect for a city break, once you arrive you will have to take off your shoes and will be given local Tunisian slippers. Your journey will begin... via: designboom...
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