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Daily Archives: April 30, 2012

Angles & Neon Pops: Son of a Sailor’s New Line

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Angles & Neon Pops: Son of a Sailor’s New Line

Or, well, a hint of a new line. Do you remember Son of a Sailor? We worked with them when we did this cool modern gift collective during the holidays and partnered with a bunch of creative folks with creative blogs (find all the posts in our Modern Holiday Ideas — Continue reading

Brent Humphreys Takes Awesome Photos

Categories: Art + Graphics
Brent Humphreys Takes Awesome Photos

There’s a very fine line between photography done for commercial and editorial purposes and that done for the purpose of art, but with Texas-based photographer Brent Humphreys, you see that line dissolve away and are left with a portfolio of work that both inspires and informs. Motivates and persuades. Entertains — Continue reading

Concrete biz cards, design details & more

Categories: Art + Graphics, Modern Decor + Objects
Concrete biz cards, design details & more

There is awesome stuff going on around the world — being created and thought up as we sit here — all the time. Here are just a few things that caught our eye today, of the modern persuasion: The Solar System beautifully visualized in scale Cool “small-scale production of handmade — Continue reading

DIY: Best/Cheapest Modern Coat Rack

Categories: DIY + How To
DIY: Best/Cheapest Modern Coat Rack

Our faces are kind of melting from the awesomeness that is this super simple modern coat rack that Weekend Carnival posted about earlier today. Are you even ready to hear about its simplicity and brilliance? They took a few thick wooden dowels (which we imagine could be purchased at home — Continue reading

Colorful Mexican Designer Claudia Cornew

Categories: Fashion + Trends
Colorful Mexican Designer Claudia Cornew

Claudia Cornew’s exploration with natural fibers over the last 5 years have rendered these very unique and organic handbags. They are 100% handmade in collaboration with a group of women from the Mexican countryside. I first met Claudia in 2008, her bags gleamed amidst an array of booths and a — Continue reading