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We Heart Urbanism

Posted on May 5, 2009 Under Art

We really do love urbanism, but this isn't just about our love of cities, it's about an art opening. The Dalston Superstore is cutting the red ribbon with a show featuring five artist's creating in cities around the world. Martin…

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Russ Mills Laptop Skin

Posted on May 5, 2009 Under Art

Russ Mills is one of our favorite artists, but has a knack for selling out his prints in less than 24 hours. It can be frustrating, but when you actually get your hands on one it's very satisfying. He's finally…

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Infograph 'Effing Hail' Game

Posted on May 1, 2009 Under Life

We've been digging on info-graphs for a while, it's our preferred method of learning. Intuitiongames is hosting an info-graph game titled "effing hail" explaining the weather through destruction. For those of you that don't know how hail is formed, basically…

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New Earph Prints

Posted on May 1, 2009 Under Art

Our friend from Texas, Matthew Williamson (Earph Exbihtions), just dropped some new prints on us. By 'new' I mean space, future time, secrets of the universe new. We had our eye on Williamson before, and we're totally loving these new…

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YI Earphone by Ji Woong

Posted on April 28, 2009 Under Gadgetry

The iPod has come a long way since 2001. So why hasn't someone come up with an answer to getting the wires all un-tangled for ear bud headphones? I've gone through so many pairs because of wire tangles wrecking them…

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Ron English x LAZARUS RISING

Posted on April 28, 2009 Under Art

One of our favorite London galleries Elms Lesters is featuring Ron English in his first solo show in England. Ron's style has created a lot of buzz for his comical and provocative take on current political and cultural issues. He…

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Jean-Charles de Castelbajac x Triumph of the Sign

Posted on April 24, 2009 Under Art

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac might have a remarkable name to say (try it) but he also has quite an impressive rap sheet considering this as his first solo show as an artist. Coming from a high profile fashion background, his artwork…

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Peel Gallery

Posted on April 24, 2009 Under Art

We love to check out some of the local art galleries when traveling. Peel Gallery in Houston felt like a very obvious choice, based on some of the images from their website. When I arrived I was shown some absolutely…

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NYC Street Vendors Infograph

Posted on April 23, 2009 Under Design

New York City vendors are one of the many things we love/hate about the city. Everyone has a story of some amazing/crazy street vendor experience. The Street Vendor Project has put together a visual guide for vendor regulations, rights and…

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Reef Houston

Posted on April 17, 2009 Under Food

We have eaten at a lot of tasty, beautiful, hidden and wonderful restaurants. When I made my way to Reef in Houston, TX I instantly found all of those things. A very attractive restaurant, visually"“ I was relieved to not…

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