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Philip Lück–mostly known as philiplueck–is a freelance 3-D artist based out Trier, Germany that focuses on and combines current technology with abstract forms and a hint of realism to create unique works of art that are unlike anything else you’ll see on the web. In practice, this could be an old school Nokia candy bar phone rendered as Thor’s Mjolnir hammer. It could be Facebook rendered as an actual book with a face pushing through it. It could be a washing machine designed to look like the Instagram logo. Or, and most relevantly, it could be the new, multi-camera iPhone 11 that was just announced rendered with camera lenses that double as a fidget spinner. You can’t actually fidget spin your way to the greatest photo that the ‘Gram has ever seen because this is only a rendering, but this healthy mix of reality, imagination and possibility is something that could, all things considered, be a reality.

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Made of naturally antimicrobial copper allow, The Clean Key works like extra hand or finger to let you open doors, push buttons on ATMs and elevators, and even operate touch screens on registers–without direct contact. It can also be easily cleaned with steel wool or a disinfectant wipe without tarnishing or corroding the slick exterior.