Complément d'objet indirect exhibition

Posted on September 3, 2008 Under Design

Graphic Design is most often used in support of relaying the importance of or attracting people to take notice on a particular subject, but there certain instances when design stands alone, free to be just what it is. Art. The…

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Eva Jiricna x Hotel Josef

Posted on August 20, 2008 Under Travel

We like mixing up a bit of modern design culture with the great historic architecture. So when I heard that Hotel Josef just around the corner from Old Town Square in Prague was designed by London (though Czech nationality) architect…

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Turnleft's Free Urban Guides

Posted on July 9, 2008 Under Travel

We've written about plenty of travel guides, but this time we thought a) what's one more? and b) it's free! Whether you have a hankering for a happening lounge or a dose of architectural innovation in a distant land, Turnleft…

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What should Josh do in Rome?

Posted on July 8, 2008 Under Travel

I've been collecting the frequent flyer miles, and right now I'm in Rome for the next week (for the first time). I'm here because on Thursday I'm speaking at the TTI/Vanguard conference about the future of the social web, this…

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Warszawska Nike

Posted on July 8, 2008 Under Fashion

Warsaw, Poland may be known for the infamous ghettos of World War II, but these days it's garnering plenty of positive attention as a European center of style. As home to one of the several European incarnations of the Comme…

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Been There, Haven't Done That

Posted on July 2, 2008 Under Travel

Fodor's and Lonely Planet do an admirable job of helping first timers get around unfamiliar locales, but what about repeat visitors? After the obvious museums and landmarks, there are still plenty of cultural must sees and dos that escape our…

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Romika Sport

Posted on June 13, 2008 Under Fashion

In the 1960's and 1970's, the creations by Romika Sport shoes ruled over the German sneaker-scape with a stylish, relaxed, and supportive grip. While recent times have brought the influx of a bevy of international brands, Romika's influence has never…

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Hangin' Out

Posted on May 7, 2008 Under Design

Tired of everyone stealing your look? Maybe you should stop shopping at the Gap. Instead of populating your wardrobe with mass market pieces, drop by Hanging Out and ogle the unique accessories like the Casa Nostra Pizzeria and Nintendo shoulder…

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Buchegger, Denoth, Feichtner Design

Posted on April 21, 2008 Under Design

The work of Austrian designers Bernhard Bucheggar, Michael Denoth and Thomas Feichtner is incredibly intriguing. Dark and angular, yet warm and mysterious, and very James Bond, the group say they practice a counter strategy to an economically motivated concept of…

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Geoff McFetridge x Pottok x Colette

Posted on April 17, 2008 Under Design's pretty much always on display. However, not all wallpaper on display is as eye catching as that which currently gracing the walls of the ground floor at colette. The Paris retail store has the honor of hosting an exhibition…

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