R & L Goods

Posted on August 11, 2010 Under Design

Wallets, card holders, and general handmade accessories. Made with love by R&L Goods.

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Gestalten Books

Posted on October 28, 2009 Under Books

Two crazy (and crazy interesting) books from Gestalten showed up on my desk this week. Both are worth checking out! The first is called Papercraft: Design and Art with Paper (top) and is all about the crazy and ingenious projects…

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Handmade Nation

Posted on March 11, 2009 Under Life

Tonight the San Francisco Film Society will play host to a screening of Handmade Nation, a documentary about the work and connections between independent artists across the country. Made by first-time filmmaker and craft blogger Faythe Levine, the film focuses…

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Noise Pop '09 Update

Posted on February 25, 2009 Under Life

Between the happy hours, film festival, art showings, discussions about technology and concerts, there isn't much not to love about the Noise Pop festival that's dominating San Francisco until March 1. One of the highlights of the 17th year of…

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Shin Tanaka x Giant Robot

Posted on January 26, 2009 Under Art

Our mom threw out our Voltron toys quite some time ago, and frankly it's been too long since we've put together a badass mechanical friend. Thanks to a collaboration between Paper Artist Extraordinaire Shin Tanaka, Asian-American Pop culture periodical Giant…

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Jamie Burress x Pac Man Mirror

Posted on December 12, 2008 Under Design
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Appel & Frank Eco-Chic

Posted on October 22, 2008 Under Eco
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Zombifie Six

Posted on October 16, 2008 Under Design

"Now it's time to get zombiefied!" Thanks alien sex fiend, we couldn't agree more. So, in time for Halloween, we present these undead creatures that you can enjoy within minutes from reading this post! Print out the PDF of the…

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Ann's Monsters

Posted on July 30, 2008 Under Design

Monsters and socks have one thing in common: both spent a lot of time beneath our bed when we were kids. We're not saying that's where Ann Inman came up with the inspiration for Ann's Monsters (after all she does…

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