WALK Travel Guides

Posted on May 2, 2008 Under Books

What do you normally do when you go on vacation? Pay too much for dinner? Get lost? Argue with your significant other? Sure, but mostly you take lots of pictures. The jetsetters over at WALK photographic travel guides recognize that…

Continue Reading →

Kate T. Williamson: At a Crossroads

Posted on May 1, 2008 Under Books

There's a certain ennui that sets in right after college graduation. It's the first time that you're free from an academic life you've been enduring since you were five, but it's also the first time that you really have to…

Continue Reading →

Purple Wizard Moccasin x British Knights

Posted on April 30, 2008 Under Fashion

Growing up, I had plenty of sneaker brands to choose from, instead of being limited to the three of four major players available recently. Thankfully, people are beginning to see the introduction of smaller niche brands such as Visvim and…

Continue Reading →

Speartalks: Aaron Rose

Posted on April 25, 2008 Under Art

Several months ago, we about lost our crap when we heard that Beautiful Losers "“ the museum exhibit-turned-most brilliant coffee table book ever bound by mechanical means "“ would soon be joined by another extension of arty rectitude. Beautiful Losers,…

Continue Reading →

Squeaky Green!

Posted on April 25, 2008 Under Eco

I went to visit my best friend last night. She still lives in the apartment we lived in together for eighteen months, and despite the fact that it's a lot cleaner now than it was when I was there --…

Continue Reading →

Jorge Pardo

Posted on April 25, 2008 Under Art

LA-based artist Jorge Pardo turns us on mostly because his design looks delicious. Sure it has a fresh breath of a minimalist modern aesthetic that evokes a...blah, blah, blah. But honestly, his pendant lamp fixtures kind of look like marzipan.…

Continue Reading →

Opening Day: Terrain

Posted on April 25, 2008 Under Design

From Urban Outfitters, the nice folks who gave you Anthropologie, Free People, and Urban Outfitters, comes a new concept in home and garden. Terrain is setting out to be your younger, fresher cousin to the staid blandness of a Lowe's…

Continue Reading →

Uniqlo: UT Loop

Posted on April 24, 2008 Under Life

Our DJ skills are far from scratchtastic, but that doesn't really matter to UNIQLO. In an inspired marketing move, they've created the UT Loop, a site where you can create your own dub loop by manipulating some models / actors…

Continue Reading →

New Kohler: Karbon Kitchen Faucet

Posted on April 24, 2008 Under Design

If you've ever had entire sink full of dishes, you know what a bother it is to maneuver your faucet around so that you have a suitable amount of space to apply hot soapy water. The horizontal nature of most…

Continue Reading →

Buzz, Buzz: Neighborbee

Posted on April 23, 2008 Under Life

Neighborbee Blog. It kind of has the ring of a suburban chain restaurant, but instead of crappy food, this community blog serves up scoops on going out, eating in, and drinking a lot in, and around, downtown Manhattan. They've got…

Continue Reading →