The World Clock Project

Posted on July 22, 2008 Under Life

It isn't exactly clock day at (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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Cargo's Unconventional Convention

Posted on July 17, 2008 Under Life

The term "trade show" is often associated with large, impersonal convention spaces, a sea of promotional booths, and spokesmodels galore. Cargo, a new alternative boutique trade show taking place on July 21st and 22nd at Rewind in NYC's Lower East…

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Cookies-n-Cream Tees

Posted on July 10, 2008 Under Fashion

The thought of indulging in Cookies-n-Cream is always a sweet proposition, but after peeping a peak at the hot new line of tees by the company adorned with our favorite ice cream flavor's moniker, it's an even tastier suggestion. The…

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Os Gemeos: Too Far Too Close

Posted on July 3, 2008 Under Art
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Mira Nameth

Posted on June 30, 2008 Under Art

Mira Nameth is the type of artist who everyone loves. Her works are classic, drawing the attention of illustration snobs, my mother and everyone in between. It shouldn't be a surprise that she has worked with the likes of Coke,…

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Speartalks: Public School

Posted on June 6, 2008 Under Fashion

Rebellion, in any form, has a few consistent characteristics. The color black, for instance, is a common accomplice, as are hot tempers, cool demeanors, and five o'clock shadows. However, the most important element to rebellion is the one thing that…

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Stanley Ruiz: The New Organic

Posted on May 15, 2008 Under Design

The first time we heard the words "warm organic material against cold steel" we began to romanticize about an afternoon trip to the gun range with Dirty Harry -- which is rather strange seeing as we don't consider ourselves the…

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Siren Festival Poster x Paul Antonson

Posted on May 13, 2008 Under Design

The 8th Annual Siren Music Festival in Coney Island is coming by land, by sea, and by giant Medusa-headed woman. Paul Antonson has designed this mythic sideshow scenario, and in the process has outdone himself in creating the fest's poster…

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The Center of Something

Posted on May 9, 2008 Under Design

Living in New York is more or less a tale of two cities. It's either a center-of-the-universe tourist trap or the place that millions of us call home. For city dwellers there are certain unspoken truths that are common knowledge,…

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Mochi from MoMA's Destination Japan

Posted on May 8, 2008 Under Design

The Japanese have a penchant for creating unique characters. They've more or less made brand mascots into an art form -- just ask anyone who has become addicted to Pokemon or Hello Kitty. When MoMA announced that they'd be releasing…

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