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Heather Snodgrass:

And The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon

The kitchen at my office freaks me out. It's not that there's ever a shortage of spoons or bowls (or free coffee or toast, for that matter) but there's someone who doesn't understand that dirty dishes don't go in a…

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Recently launched Causecast "brings together nonprofits, community leaders, activists, celebrities and brands, with the goal of making a positive impact on the world." Working with hand-selected charities and non-profits, Causecast is giving some much-deserved internet exposure to organizations who may…

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Ponoko ID

There's this little on-demand design outfit called Ponoko, who've been generating some serious buzz in the last year (from the Wired to our mates over at Core77). As a designer you can upload an EPS file to their website, and…

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The Art Traders: Sydney

Posted on August 6, 2008 Under Art 2 Comments
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Squeaky Green!

Posted on April 25, 2008 Under Eco 1 Comment

I went to visit my best friend last night. She still lives in the apartment we lived in together for eighteen months, and despite the fact that it's a lot cleaner now than it was when I was there --…

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Zoo York x Owens: The Urbane Jungle

Posted on April 24, 2008 Under Life 1 Comment

When Zoo York asked Mark Owens and Matt Owens to design six decks for their artist series, we knew we'd be in for some of their standard-issue graphical, collage-esque awesomeness. What we got, though, is seemingly more -- a modern,…

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Cause for Drinks 3

Posted on April 23, 2008 Under Life 0 Comments

None of us around here really need an excuse for happy hour, but it's always a good thing when there's a cause involved. All Day Buffet's third Cause For Drinks happens tonight in six cities nationwide -- NYC, New Orleans,…

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Worth A Listen: When Continents Collide

Posted on April 18, 2008 Under Music 0 Comments

David Avram Brown, aka Benny Strange, is willing to do whatever he needs to in the name of his art. Having survived a cross-country hitchhiking adventure at the tender age of eighteen and spending his early twenties bouncing up and…

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Josh Owen for Kikkerland

Posted on April 18, 2008 Under Design 0 Comments

Having tended a bar (or seven) on a previous career path, I still find myself rather drawn to well-crafted bar accouterments. Josh Owen's Jigger Aluminum Cube is inspired by traditional sake cups and measures a mere three-inches cubed, and is…

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Chasing Waterfalls: Victoria EVO

Posted on April 10, 2008 Under Design 1 Comment

Normally when we crank up our stereo to eleven, it's our precious glass windows and not our eardrums that we worry about shattering. However, since we took a gander at the Victoria EVO, the new flagship clear-glass loudspeaker from Waterfall…

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