Smoke + Mirrors

Posted on August 8, 2008 Under Design

No one's going to believe you're a master magician with a deck of plain old Bicycles. Your amateurish act might benefit from the addition of a little Smoke & MIrrors -- which just so happens to be the name two…

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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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Victoria & Albert's Village Fête

Posted on July 25, 2008 Under Travel

What happens when you let a bunch of contemporary artists invent carnival games? The V&A's Village Fête of course. For those non-Brits, a Fête is what we in America call a fair, except this is so much more proper and…

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Grand Opening: Pong in the LES

Posted on July 22, 2008 Under Travel

I was hopping around the LES with my pal from Zoomdoggle and we happened upon the space at 139 Norfolk called Grand Opening. Formerly famous for the DRV-IN project they did (Manhattan's only drive-in theater), they're now hosting Pong 2.0…

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Embrace Your Inner Pig

Posted on July 16, 2008 Under Food

Need an afternoon pick-me-up? Fat Pig Chocolate can give you one in five to seven business days with their organic milk chocolate bars. Today it may seem unfortunate that Fat Pig isn't in the corner shop down the street from…

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Ted Stilson's Moo-dy Cows

Posted on July 16, 2008 Under Design

It's safe to say that plenty of artists rely on their surroundings for inspiration. Hailing from a small town in the Bald Headed prairies of southern Alberta, Canada, Ted Stilson just so happens to be surrounded by things of a…

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New Slobots

Posted on July 16, 2008 Under Design

Mike Heisler introduces three of the friendliest Slobots to date, expanding his world of functional machines turned personable friends of man. Two of the new additions, Slo-Damen and Slo-Herren, are boxier with an old school look. Their orangey-red color is…

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Late Fragment

Posted on July 8, 2008 Under Life

Sometimes sitting through a movie can be a torturous endeavor. You leave the theater saying there was too much of this plotline and not enough of another. You tell your friends that you could do a better job editing. Well…

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Wonder Workshop x The Look

Posted on June 25, 2008 Under Fashion

David Bowie, Bootsy Collins, and Gary Glitter may have exemplified rock's wildness in fashion (among other things), but they weren't the first to challenge the status quo. In the days since these legends, many a musician has gone off the…

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Undoboy Goodies

Posted on June 20, 2008 Under Design

Over the past few years, Undoboy has been at the helm of a myriad of awesome projects. From designing various members of the mimobot family to collaborating on killer wall decals, this virtuoso of artistic and toymaking talent has more…

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