Beaker Magazine

Posted on March 4, 2012 Under Life

I see good things in the future for Amrit Richmond founder of Beaker Magazine. In her own words– Beaker is a business and culture magazine for the idea generation. Beaker aims to equip entrepreneurs, technologists and executives to act on their…

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Picturing The Past 10 Years

Posted on December 28, 2009 Under Design

Picturing The Past 10 years by Phillip Niemeyer, an art director at Double Triple, an art and design studio. Via Swissmiss and NY Times

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Formula Werks x Loyal Locals

Posted on April 15, 2009 Under Fashion

Formula Werks teamed up with Loyal Locals for a new series of Build Your Own city-themed clothes. Whether you're representing Atlanta, Miami, Chicago, the Bay Area or beyond, you can wear your home teams on a fully customizable T-shirt. You…

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51 Japanese Characters

Posted on January 6, 2009 Under Design

Travel guides typically provide information on places and things, but what about people? If you're entering into a foreign culture, shouldn't you have a couple clues about its denizens? Here's where the 51 Japanese Characters project comes in handy. While…

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The School of Life: Ideas to Live by

Posted on August 4, 2008 Under Life

We realize that there are so many amazing things out there and only so much time to get to it all. To help speed the process along a group of artists, writers and thinkers have started The School of Life…

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Globe Patrol: Sao Paulo

Posted on June 24, 2008 Under Travel

Ada Pinkston at Current TV just sent over a video they just posted featuring their Brazilian host Rico (no last name) of the Globe Patrol show getting reacquainted with Sao Paulo after being away for a decade. You know we've…

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Calle Street Soccer

Posted on June 18, 2008 Under Fashion

While us 'Mericans have the luxury of perfectly mowed fields and a plethora of generic gear at our disposal, most of the world does soccer... or fútbol... or futbito, differently. It's a beloved and gritty sport, the foundation of which…

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Nori Morimoto's Light Sculptures

Posted on June 10, 2008 Under Design

We came across Nori Morimoto's light sculptures and were floored by their beauty and simplicity. Beyond their raw aesthetic value, Nori's creation of wood sculptures from sustainable sources adds a couple extra gold stars to his name. It is nice…

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Dork Magazine

Posted on April 21, 2008 Under Life

As a child growing up one would associate the term "dork" as a defamatory slur against one with a quirky, less than popular, sense of taste. Nowadays that quirk has turned into an endearing quality attached to those with unique…

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Indian Call Centre

Posted on September 24, 2007 Under Design

Visitors to this year's London Design Week will be able to make some interesting connections when they find themselves searching for answers. Not only will they find support and information through live-video phone chats with Hulger's Indian Call Centre operatives…

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