Posted on April 28, 2006 Under Art

Cardboardistry is the artwork of Brooklyn based artist Paul Ahern. Simply put, his signature is the use of cardboard as his art-medium. It sounds a little too simple, but the effect of the corrugated cardboard is actually really neat. He…

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Time Flies Clocks

Posted on April 26, 2006 Under Gadgetry

Suck UK, the English design team of Sam and Jude, produce furniture, lighting, interior products and accessories with glamour and pure industrial form. Their Union Jack Coffee Table has been featured in numerous publications including Esquire and Icon Magazine, but…

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adicolor Bodegas

Posted on April 24, 2006 Under Design

Watching the slow and decisive adicolor relaunch has been fascinating, all the advertising and marketing has been dead on and executed so well. The latest stunt is some fun product placement which puts the adicolor products in "real-life scenarios"-- slipped…

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T5S VS. KDU Event

Posted on April 7, 2006 Under Fashion

If you're in New York City on April 27th, you should surely check out the opening reception party at Triple 5 Soul in Brooklyn-- It's for a project Triple 5 Soul has called T5S VS. The KDU has helped to…

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High Line Groundbreaking in New York

Posted on March 29, 2006 Under Design

I first blogged about The High Line project back in July of last year, and until now had heard very little about it. On April 10th the transformation of The High line begins-- the city will celebrate the beginning of…

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Artists Play Too

Posted on March 21, 2006 Under Fashion

New York Collective for the Arts is at it again! But this time they've teamed up in partnership with Fila to provide a platform for artists to showcase their creativity. The project will roll out in phases, the first phase…

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Posted on November 14, 2005 Under Life

My apologies for the lack of posting last week. I was in NYC for a meeting, and then was able to attend the last few hours of Reinier Evers seminar. I was thoroughly impressed with both the content of…

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Sneaker Pimps NYC

Posted on September 28, 2005 Under Fashion

Next thursday, October 6th, is a big day for sneaker lovers in NYC. Sneaker Pimps, the worlds largest traveling sneaker show hits the city with what looks to be an amazing event. The show will have live customization and collaboration--…

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NYC Burton Store

Posted on September 27, 2005 Under Travel

I stopped by the new Burton store this past weekend and NYC, and I was very pleased. It's so funny that it took a store this long to put proper 'in store testing' in place for their products. The only…

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THECAST Young America Collection

Posted on September 16, 2005 Under Fashion

THECAST meticulously discolors, massages, and distresses each of there shirts over a 3 day process to really give their clothing line a true worn in feel-- or as they once put it "a soul". New clothes have no 'soul', everyone…

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