Pictura Suspended Magazine Rack

Posted on September 10, 2008 Under Design
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Wend Magazine

Posted on August 25, 2008 Under Eco

Even if you don't travel a lot, you're probably already familiar with the following stereotypical image of an eco-conscious traveler: Birkenstocks on calloused feet, an unruly mane and facial hair, reeking of patchouli, and vegetarian. I swear on my mother's…

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Smash Magazine: Humanclock

Posted on August 21, 2008 Under Design

You'd think that with the trend of checking our cellphones for the time rather than our wrists, that the art of telling time has become lost. Though this may be the case day to day, there are groups of creative…

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Labs at Night

Posted on July 23, 2008 Under Art

Mother Nature never gets any beauty rest, and neither do the scientists studying her creations. Labs hum in the middle of the night, often unassisted by human hands at even the most ungodly hours. Noah Kalina's "Labs At Night" photo…

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The World Clock Project

Posted on July 22, 2008 Under Life

It isn't exactly clock day at JoshSpear.com (see the review of San Francisco's Clock Bar from earlier), but we need to update you about The World Clock Project. Launched earlier this year by the guys at Iridesco, this fun project…

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Mais Soma #5

Posted on May 15, 2008 Under Art

An interview with artist/local hero Herbert Baglione and a hardcore-turned-samba musician Kiki Dinucci are just two of the stories in the packed new issue of the Sao Paulo free bimonthly magazine Mais Soma from JoshSpear friends Kultur Studio. With a…

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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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ReadyMade: All Digital, All The Time

Posted on April 10, 2008 Under Eco

Word to those out there who left their hearts in woodshop class and happily gobble up every new issue of Make magazine: ReadyMade is now totally and uninhibitedly free through a digital version. To mark the occasion of their new…

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Pound Magazine

Posted on April 3, 2008 Under Music

What does the Great White North know about hip-hop culture? More than you probably know about curling. Their national sport. The one with the big rock and the ice...never mind. Pound is an intelligent hip-hop magazine straight outta Toronto, that…

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Alex Hornest

Posted on March 18, 2008 Under Art

Brazilian artist Alex Hornest, or Ornesto as he's otherwise known by his street name, is a different kind of artist than the others I've been sharing with you lately. A rooted legend in this country's street art scene, Ornesto's just…

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