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Rohan Anderson's The Nursery Project
After being faced with a laundry list of health issues stemming from a life lacking luster and a diet full of processed foods, Australia's Rohan Anderson decided to make a comprehensive life change. As documented on his ever-inspiring blog Whole...
CULTURE
Complements Portrait Project
When artists (and real life couple) Wade Jeffree and Leta Sobierajski decided they wanted to collaborate, an idea arose that allowed them to explore their symbiotic relationship. Having long complemented each other's independent work, and with both...
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Interview: George Awwad of Odd Castles
For anyone interested in emerging artists and musicians working outside the mainstream, the internet is a goldmine. While the underground music scenes of past generations required word-of-mouth knowledge, today we can all, in theory, find exactly...
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Rude Baguette's Paris Founders Event
Rude Baguette—which began as a blog and a daily newspaper—is a French startup supporter that's growing as fast as the needs of the creative community. The blog combines breaking news with analysis and opinion to cover startups, foreign companies...
DESIGN
Gastronomista for Cool Hunting Gift Guide
A "place where you might find architectural chicken coops, tea parties, decanters, bespoke knives or donut art," the NYC-based blog Gastronomista is the work of Emily Arden Wells, an architect by day, and a writer and drinks aficionado by night. Wells...
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99 Problems by Ali Graham
Inspired by Jay-Z's track "99 Problems," British artist Ali Graham has been creating an illustration every day since the first of June this year that imagines a problem the world-famous rapper might (or might not) face. As well as a host of First...
CULTURE
Jon Burgerman's Drawings of Girls I've Seen on Tumblr
Intrigued by the Tumblr-girl phenomenon—where images of girls are posted online and then endlessly reblogged on various Tumblr sites—Brooklyn-based illustrator Jon Burgerman has decided to join in. Only instead of simply reposting selected images...
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Something Wicked This Way Comes
by Vivianne Lapointe Something Wicked This Way Comes, a group exhibition curated by Stephanie Chefas, offers a glimpse of what's going on in the wicked minds of ten of today's most innovative and powerful contemporary artists: Annie Owens, Christian...
DESIGN
We're Revolting
by Vivianne Lapointe "We're Revolting," a new pop-up installation at Creatures of Comfort, is LA-based blogger Su Wu's golden opportunity to translate her popular website, I'm Revolting, into something concrete. Earlier this summer, Wu was commissioned...
DESIGN
Silhouette Project
When graphic designer Brent Holloman was about to welcome his first child into the world, he had learned enough from friends that those formative years can fly by. In order to enjoy and remember the early stages of his daughter's development he decided...
CULTURE
The Burning House
"If your house was burning, what would you take with you?" That's the question that Foster Huntington poses in his blog, The Burning House. Readers respond to Huntington's question with a single image and the corresponding list of the items they...
DESIGN
Bookshelf

 Since 2007, Alex Johnson has kept a daily record of the closely followed world of bookshelf design with his blog simply titled "Bookshelf". Faced with the e-book revolution and the downsizing of physical storage, the furniture staple remains a...
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Clients from Hell
Web designers, those anonymous talents who help make sense of the sheer volume of white noise out there, are the unsung heroes of the digital age. The transition for many businesses is rarely seamless though—irrational behavior coupled with...
FOOD-DRINK
The Burgermat Show
One of the few meat menu items that even tempts health nuts and vegetarians, burgers are not just a ubiquitous dish but in recent years have been taken to new culinary heights. Burgerac, a burger detective on the creative blog of the same name that...
STYLE
Drop Bars Not Bombs
With on-point product reviews, news and cycling industry insights, Seattle's fixed-gear blog Zlog has quickly developed a cult-like following since stepping into the scene in 2008. As equally sought after as their valuable nuggets of fixed-gear culture...
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Kesh Continues
Owing as much to '80s pop icons like Grace Jones and Madonna as she does to more contemporary influences (she counts M.I.A. and Jeremy Scott as friends), the eccentric style of 24-year-old British artist Kesh has the same "downtown" roots that has...
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Mahala Magazine
Founded to "really assault the dominant narratives in our own unique way," the South African magazine Mahala goes against the typically glossy grain with an "un-designed" style that allows its similarly raw content to shine. The publication launched...
DESIGN
The Tote Bag Book
UK based designer Jitesh Patel started a blog based on his interest in tote bag artwork that has become a forum for the showcased artists. From there he turned the site into paperback form—his book "The Tote Bag" highlights striking and inventive...
DESIGN
Wood & Faulk
Like a younger Martha Stewart based in Portland, OR, Matt Pierce's wide range of skills—from sewing to woodworking and furniture-making—keeps him busy tinkering in the house (that he renovated) and his garden workshop. "I used to worry...
STYLE
Kate Miss Jewelry
The ultra-crafty graphic designer, jewelry designer and blogger Kate Miss produces simple necklaces that are so lovely it's difficult to procure one before they sell out from her online shop. Almost two years ago the Long Island City-based designer...
CULTURE
Nine Eyes
Montreal-based artist Jon Rafman pores over thousands of Google Maps Streetview images, amassing the most intriguing assortment of real life literally captured on the road. Publishing a book in 2009, Rafman continues to explore how—like an...
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Downtown From Behind
Casting the lens on NYC's backside, Downtown From Behind stands out from among the fashion-blog mayhem for its altogether unconventional spin on this increasingly standard form of style photography. The newly-launched site showcases back views of...
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Alexis Hyde
Advertorial content: Pushing insistently at what a blog is and can do, the recently-launched The Smartest Thing She's Ever Said is an interesting take on storytelling in the digital age. Teams of visual artists and writers collaborate to create a...
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