Love = Love x Kent Rogowski

Posted on May 6, 2008 Under Art

Kent Rogowski taught us something new today. Apparently puzzle pieces are interchangeable within a brand. If you take a standard Milton Bradley jigsaw of a sky scene or a flower garden, you can actually layer the elements to arrange a…

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Ripple Design x PAD Outdoor

Posted on May 1, 2008 Under Design

ICFF time is almost here again, which means that our inbox is about to get flooded with contemporary furniture designers hawking their wares. One of the booths we will stop by though, is the Designboom Mart, which will feature new…

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PUMA Glow Rider

Posted on April 29, 2008 Under Gadgetry

The biggest problem with commuting by bike in a city is probably getting hit repeatedly by cabs. That, and when you come out of the store only to find your nice new Kryptonite lock hanging around the bike rack sans…

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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…

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Space Invader tee @ 55DSL

Posted on April 16, 2008 Under Design

Oh trackball, where have you gone? Back in the early 80s, when quarters were plentiful and mall arcades were built to satisfy a young man's fancy, we'd spend some quality time with this rolly control on games like Bowling, Missile…

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Team Gallery, SoHo

Posted on April 8, 2008 Under Art

Team Gallery owner José Freire makes a habit of selecting emerging artists that a) you may not of heard of and b) you should hear of. Past collections have included upstarts and established artist alike: Cory Arcangel, Pierre Bismuth, Slater…

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SpearTalks: Luke McCann for Mottainai

Posted on April 4, 2008 Under Fashion

You know, as a resident of Boulder, CO (a place that, for those unfamiliar, holds the earth in higher regard than 102% of the rest of the world) I shouldn't be saying this. Progress is progress, as they say, and…

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Murakami's Technicolor Vision

Posted on April 4, 2008 Under Art

We've been unabashedly devoted groupies of Japanese artist Takashi Murakami for quite some time now, so it should come as no surprise that we'll be amongst the throngs of art fans rushing over to his awe-inspiring retrospective beginning tomorrow, April…

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Spring Awakening

Posted on April 3, 2008 Under Music

You won't find many musicals on our site, but with Spring Awakening's national tour coming soon to a city near you a few of us in the New York office saw fit to join the Broadway cast (from the comfort…

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Dave Eggers + Apex Art: Lots of Things Like This

Posted on March 28, 2008 Under Art

Dave Eggers is a modern day renaissance man. Not only is he responsible for founding McSweeney's, but he's got a few impressive books under his belt and also runs a writing program for underprivileged kids amongst other things. Eggers continues…

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