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You’ve doubtless seen those little LEDs that can be fastened to a bicycle’s spokes, that create a ring of light when the wheel is spinning. While they do make the bike much more visible at night, they’re one more thing that needs batteries. Arara wheel lights, however, are powered by frame-mounted magnets.
Design firm Discommon aims to challenge traditional notions of coffee table form and function with its latest Automotive Icons Table series — a 10-piece collection of bespoke coffee tables, each featuring an innovative replica of an iconic vehicle design.
Unlike traditional automotive-themed tables, Discommon’s approach blends an appreciation for iconic design with innovative excellence, as the vehicular coffee-table surface is machined through CNC processes from a single block of aluminum that sits four feet long by three inches thick. The outcome essentially displays each table flaunting a subtle illusion of a distinctive vehicle shape emerging from the liquid-like metal surface.
Highlighting a Ford GT model in the gallery above, this series will also include a Ferrari F40 and eight other styles, as each Icons Table also incorporates four sleek legs and a textured underside for a fully rounded, sturdy design.
For additional details and inquiry, head on over directly to Discommon.
Well, the adored vocals of Ghostface Killah have surfaced for what appears to be his first of appearance for 2018 along with the force of Juelz Santana for Fool’s Gold Records’ own, Jesse and The Wolf‘s latest make titled “Selecta” featuring rapper Telli.
It is apparent both Ghost and Juelz delivered a rather, decisive approach on the new age detectable leaving an abundance of space for a more autographed flow, which Ghost managed to maintain, yet conserve that juice of his with bars like: “We run like we out selling drugs in the school zone…” Juelz kept it real right and brute as he took it back to his days as young savage, dropping bars about banging chicks and getting fly like its 2000.
As for Ghostface, this is certainly just a warm up, still very impressive and worthy of spins. But, the masses remain patiently on stand by for Supreme Clientele 2, which the Wu-Tang legend has been in talks about the classic’s sequel completion for about two years now. On the Juelz tip, Dipset has been dropping tracks of recorded assembly, officiating the reunion of the notable Harlem crew and has been active in sharpening his veteran status.
Listen to Jesse and The Wolf’s “Selecta” featuring Ghostface Killah, Juelz Santana, and Telli, below.