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Daily Archives: August 18, 2009

Magazine-scapes

Categories: Art + Graphics
Magazine-scapes

I was really blown away by these magazines that artist Nate Page carved out. At first glance they creeped me out because I thought it was some gruesome painting or sculpture, but realized that what I thought were muscles and blood were the inside pages of the magazine! Trippy. Via — Continue reading

modern noah ark?

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
modern noah ark?

NOAH, which stands for New Orleans Arcology Habitat, is a 30 million square foot GINORMOUS building that will float on the Mississippi river. Arcology, is an off spring of architecture and ecology, essentially a mega city housing a vast population. This pyramidal hyper-structure is part of the rebuilding of New — Continue reading

New from Petunia Pickle Bottom!

Categories: Kids + Baby, Modern Decor + Objects
New from Petunia Pickle Bottom!

New from Petunia Pickle Bottom! Petunia Pickle Bottom has released their new Fall designs. Check out the new designs to old favorites, such as the Touring Toteor Cosmopolitan Caryall, or their new offerings, like the Snuggle Set for Boys & the Snuggle Set for Girls. Petunia Pickle Bottom is, as — Continue reading

Cash for Clunkers

Categories: Art + Graphics, News + Events + Contests, Sustainability
Cash for Clunkers

If you're living in the US, I'm sure you've been bombarded by all the buzz and coverage (whether negative or positive) on the Cash for Clunkers program. Now thanks to Gavin Potenza and the awesome folks at GOOD – we have a brilliant infographic that will make sense of it — Continue reading

Paper Cuts (The Pretty Kind!)

Categories: Art + Graphics
Paper Cuts (The Pretty Kind!)

As a renter I'm constantly on the lookout for ways to make my walls a little less bland. Without the luxury of simply applying paint or wallpaper, one would think my options are limited, but with a few adhesive hooks and a passion for art, it doesn't take much to — Continue reading