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WTC Logo Preservation Project

Posted on April 10, 2009 Under Design

Prior to 9/11 many New York City-based business proudly displayed the Twin Towers as part of their skyline-centric logos. Even though it's been nearly eight years since the tragedy at the World Trade Center, many of those same companies still…

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Mark Your Calendar: The 99% Conference

Posted on March 4, 2009 Under Life

Behance believes there are too many ideas in the world, and not enough action. The name is inspired by Thomas Edison's famous quote, "genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration." The conference is for people that already have great ideas,…

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Hot or GOP?

Posted on October 1, 2008 Under Life

When Sarah Palin was announced as the Republican Vice Presidential candidate, the term MILF was suddenly thrown into the political arena. Rather than focus on the real issues, sex appeal was suddenly playing more of a pronounced role in the…

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Tag a Dummer

Posted on September 23, 2008 Under Life

In spite of all of the warnings about global warming, there are still those that continue to drive the gas guzzling behemoth that is the Hummer. The tank-sized vehicle is often purchased to compensate for shortcomings both mental and physical…

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Exclusive: McCain's VP Nominee

Posted on August 29, 2008 Under Life

It's Mayor McCheese. Ji Lee, the absurdist genius who brought us tiny towns, thought bubbles, and the occassional straight ad, has crafted this politically charged representation of the Republican presidential candidate. He looks delicious -- full of beef, cheese, and…

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Posted on January 10, 2007 Under Life

From the creator of the Bubble Project, Ji Lee, comes to us a new and novel way to make art out of your idiot box (television): the Abstractor. The instructions of this home-made art project are best described by Ji's…

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Talk Back: The Book

Posted on June 26, 2006 Under Books

Anyone who has spent any amount of time in NYC would have noticed the hundreds of thought and speech bubbles strategically placed on advertisements around the city--that's The Bubble Project. "More Bubbles mean more freed spaces, more sharing of personal…

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Online Bubble Project

Posted on February 1, 2006 Under Life

After the overwhelming success of creative-genious and designer Ji Lee's Bubble Project, it was only a matter of time before he took things virtual. The online version of the Bubble Project allows users to comment on a "Bubbled Person of…

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Yama No Chaya: Hakone, Japan

Posted on November 6, 2011 Under Travel

Anyone that knows me knows one of my favorite places in Japan is Hakone, the mountainous hot spring town outside of Tokyo. It's hard to explain why it's so special because on paper it just looks like a total tourist…

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Adam Szary Tees

Posted on February 18, 2009 Under Design

Perhaps you have a penchant for geek chic but you don't want to look like you just walked out of a comic convention. Adam Szary, illustrator and comic artist for the Z Crisis and December 2105 series, has a line…

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