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FOOD-DRINK
Eelke Plasmeijer
“Modern cuisine, local produce.” That’s how Dutch expat chef Eelke Plasmeijer describes the ethos of Bali’s Locavore restaurant, which he launched in late 2013 along with fellow chef Ray Adriansyah and restaurant manager Adi Karmayasa, who both hail...
GAMES_TOYS
Recycled Balinese Kite
Design collective Field Experiments resided in Ubud, Indonesia for three months for a not-so-typical design research trip. Immersing themselves in a community of local Balinese craftspeople, the team explored innovation and play during the design and...
FOOD-DRINK
Cacao Beans from Big Tree Farms
Chocolate lovers know that there's nothing quite like a tasty cocoa bean. The only thing that could make them better: if they came pre-shelled. And that's exactly the case with Big Tree Farms' Cacao Beans. Yes, they offer up plenty of all-natural...
CULTURE
Satta Presents Spiritual Materialism
Drawing on a combination of illustration, painting and woodworking skills, Joe Lauder has swiftly put Satta—his line of retro-inspired, handmade cruiser skateboards and accompanying apparel—on the global skate and surf radar. His collaborative work...
CULTURE
Island Of The Gods Records
After a fair amount of time monitoring LN-CC's seriously obscure music collection in the digital realm, we knew we needed to meet the people behind such a curious inventory. So we traveled to East London's Dalston neighborhood, rang the buzzer of...
STYLE
Bulan Project
Printed with a year's worth of moons upon it, San Francisco-based artist Ella Luna's gigantic cotton scarf is a dreamy wall calendar substitute. The first edition from the Bulan Project—a recently launched collaborative focused on producing limited...
STYLE
Natalie Martin Spring 2013
Characterized by vibrant prints and delicate embroidery, LA-based designer Natalie Martin's Spring/Summer 2013 collection derives inspiration from the designer's travels to Bali. The line of dresses, tunics and caftans exudes a bohemian allure captured...