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Erik Åberg is an artist based in Stockholm, Sweden who makes objects and performs all over the world. His latest creation is Ghostkube, a sculptural piece inspired by moving origami that you can actually own without taking out a second mortgage. Ghostkube is a series of different cubes you assemble yourself that are connected together to turn it into a three-dimensional structure that can be manipulated to change shape in different ways. It’s kind of like a combination of a kinetic sculpture, building blocks and a Hoberman sphere in that it’s fun, interactive and damn near impossible to put down. Once assembled, you can make your very own sculptures that walk, flip, expand and transform into a number of different shapes in a way that can only be described as mesmerizing. Should you want to display your creation in one of its incredible forms, all you need to do is insert a loose keystone brick to lock it into place.

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As much as we love watches with dozens of complications and functions, there’s something to be said for a simple and understated design. The Nixon Patrol watch is a modern interpretation of classic designs that has everything you need and nothing you don’t. Made with a no-nonsense 42mm stainless case, a rock-solid Miyota quartz movement and a stainless 3-link bracelet, it’s as clean and slim as it is durable and attractive. Add in the bold indices on the face to complete the sleek and stylish look. This is the watch for the makers and doers.