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Evan Kessler:

8-bit Trip

Posted on August 25, 2009 Under Life

We have quite an affinity for those with affection for the sounds of our gaming past. Even more so when that blast of 8-bit aural goodness is accompanied by a visual feast centered around another one of our childhood favorites,…

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Jeremiah Palecek x Art Remix

Posted on August 14, 2009 Under Art

Czech Painter Jeremiah Palecek has caught our attention on two previous occasions with his knack for turning familiar images from the Web into physical manifestations with just a few fancy brushstrokes. In keeping with that theme, Palecek's latest project turns…

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Radius x Tree of Charge

Posted on August 13, 2009 Under Gadgetry
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Camouflage Toolbox

Posted on August 12, 2009 Under Design

The proper case is a vital part of keeping your tools in top condition, so store them with military precision in this Camouflage Toolbox by Alice Supply Co. Blend in with your surroundings to effectively wage war on loose screws,…

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Ji Lee: 10 Levels of Intimacy

Posted on August 11, 2009 Under Life

The digital age has changed the ways in which we share our most important opinions and innermost secrets. The latter are usually reserved for our closest of acquaintances, but we don't necessarily use the most personal approach to broach these…

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Jolby and Friends &1: Everyday Shenanigans

Posted on August 3, 2009 Under Books

Josh Kenyon and Jolby. They continue their proud tradition of making our jaw drop this month with a new Zine and accompanying art exhibit entitled "&1: Everyday Shenanigans." You can tell by the title that -despite their serious talent- this…

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Stretch Shelves

Posted on July 27, 2009 Under Design

Most shelving units lend a sort of rigid organizational structure to those things you need to store within plain sight. Unfortunately, when things get tight you're often forced to cram your belongings into that confined space for results that are…

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Think Outside The Parking Box Competition

Posted on July 23, 2009 Under Design

The parking landscape of the urban jungle can often be rather dull. Those who have the need to keep their speedy vehicles within reach at all times are forced to maneuver their esteemed automobile in between layers of drab cement…

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Reflect: by Joshua Davis x Sideways Mobile

Posted on July 21, 2009 Under Art

Most people with any sort of artistic impulse don't reserve their urge to create for when they're seated in front of a canvas or holding their pen and sketchbook. The drive to innovate can strike at any moment and can…

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Neolithic Knives

Posted on July 17, 2009 Under Design

The tools we use in our every day lives have come a long way since the time of early man. Jagged rocks fashioned into crude shapes and surfaces ideal for jabbing into fleshy substances just don't seem like they would…

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