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Mini Mini Art Show

Posted on February 18, 2009 Under Art

Have you even wanted your art displayed in an art show? Spraygraphic.com is calling on artists all over the world to submit their work, free of charge, to their first Mini Mini Art Show. There only catch is that all…

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TokyoFlash x Juke Tower MP3 Player

Posted on February 17, 2009 Under Gadgetry

There are a few shower MP3 players out there, but they're all so ugly. They look like the junk electronics that you'd find next to the nose hair clippers in the department store's "Gifts for Him" section. TokyoFlash just released…

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The Oregon Trail iPhone App

Posted on February 12, 2009 Under Gadgetry

I first remember playing The Oregon Trail back in first grade. Our screens may have only been green and black and our discs floppy, but we thought it was the coolest thing ever. In fact, it may have been one…

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La Merde x Spring 2009

Posted on February 9, 2009 Under Fashion

Spring is just around the corner, and it will soon be time to ditch those heavy winter coats. Of course you'll still need a nice jacket to help you ease into the summer months. La Merde, the cheekily named clothing…

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Philips Cleans Up at IF

Posted on January 30, 2009 Under Design

Philips is one of those companies that has a great history of design dating back to the 1920s, and once again they really cleaned up at the annual IF product design award competition winning 22 awards. One of my favorite…

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Hoverit

Posted on January 29, 2009 Under Design

In 2003 the Japanese utilized magnetic levitation for their 361 mph train, and in 2008 a British company utilized it to levitate a chair eight inches off the ground. The Hoverit uses a series of powerful magnets that repel each-other…

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Raymond Biesinger

Posted on January 22, 2009 Under Art

I always love seeing artists who don't come from a traditional artistic background. The Canadian illustrator, Raymond Biesinger, is one of those people. Even though he has a BA in European and North American political history, he has become a…

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GDP Insanity

Posted on January 15, 2009 Under Life

Christian Broda, professor of economics at the University of Chicago, has created a map where he replaced U.S. states with countries with a similar level of GDP. With an $825 billion stimulus package on it's way to the House floor,…

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Pretty Loaded

Posted on January 14, 2009 Under Design

Ah yes, the good ol' days of dial-up modems and preloading screens. As our Internet connections get faster, the preloading screen is quickly going the way of the Zune dinosaur. Big Spaceship , a Brooklyn-based digital creative agency, created Pretty…

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White Fruit Radio

Posted on December 18, 2008 Under Design

When most people think about the combination of wood and electronics, it often brings up memories of ugly 70s-era electronics. Designer Swann Bourotte has masterfully merged nature and technology with White Fruit Radio. The sleek music machine is constructed with…

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