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The Chalkboard Tee

Posted on August 26, 2009 Under Fashion

Consider Class Attire partners JinYen Huynh and Chris Carew's are the ultimate forgivers. The Chalkboard Tee they designed in Brooklyn is made to be written, scrawled, and drawn on before being erased. Baby "chalkboard underoos" may be unveiled soon (and…

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Mustache Bandana

Posted on August 26, 2009 Under Fashion

Bay Area creative type Cindy Liu was feeling frustrated by a lack of likeable masks in preparing for a friend's masquerade birthday party last year when she decided to create her own. When asked to describe the lovingly humorous (and…

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Do You Viv?

Posted on August 21, 2009 Under Eco

Get stickers, green businesses: the idea behind sustainability and consumer-focused company Viv is a simple and free one that could also be the best way to make your credit card look better (short of getting a black AMEX). After customers…

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HiMyTribe app

Posted on August 11, 2009 Under Life
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Posted on July 20, 2009 Under Life

Upon leaving the TED alternative BIL Unconference, Rahmin Sarabi wanted to see what his friends had to teach each other in a similar co-education framework. The community-powered learning community (un)classes became Sarabi and partner Jonathan Strauss' chance to see what…

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Apliiq Fashion

Posted on July 13, 2009 Under Fashion

"Custom, limited and upcycled" wares for men and women are the calling card of clothing upstart apliiq, and the results are punchy shirts, second life Reeboks, and jewelry. The Splesh V-neck tee and Oliver hoody look like something you might…

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Q Tonic

Posted on July 2, 2009 Under Food

Idyllic summer nights in Brooklyn leave little to be desired--unless you're Q Tonic founder Jordan Silbert, that is. The gin and tonic lover discovered that the tonic water he was drinking four summer ago was chock full of artificial flavors…

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Snik Zipper Pulls

Posted on June 30, 2009 Under Gadgetry

With the global user base of mobile phones approaching 3 billion people, more than a few music listeners and callers find themselves in a daily tangle of headphones/bags/jackets that might be avoided if Snik creator Rob Honeycutt has his way.…

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Headline Shirts

Posted on June 26, 2009 Under Fashion

The economic climate has given designers good reason to be concerned, but kudos to San Francisco's snarky Headline Shirts for bringing smiles to T-shirt buyers' faces in the best way they know how--cotton and cartoons. With 20 top end menswear…

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The Auteurs

Posted on June 18, 2009 Under Art

When Stanford Business School grad Efe Cakarel got fed up with sub-par film options for video on demand while traveling, he decided to do something about it. "The offerings were as exciting as a train time table," Cakarel said. "They…

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