Ikea Is Using Meatballs to Trick You into Buying Furniture; How ‘Seinfeld’ Had a Subway Set

Posted On Thu, June 4, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, June 4, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Check out these crazy NYC-inspired tattoos. [Refinery 29]
  • Why can you get an entire Swedish meatball meal at Ikea for $5.99? So you’ll automatically assume everything else in the store is a steal. [NYP]
  • The story behind Seinfeld’s very realistic, but fake subway set. [Gothamist]
  • This skull ash tray uses functional form to prod smokers to quit. [Designboom]
  • Go inside LinkedIn’s new Empire State Building office. Inspired by social clubs, it features a ’20s speakeasy lounge hidden behind a wall of vintage rotary phones. [Fast Co. Design]

Images: Ikea meatballs (L); Seinfeld episode on the subway (R)

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