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Randy P. Martin: We Are Tiny

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New series of sublime travel photos from one of our favorites

For SHFT favorite Randy P. Martin (previously featured here and here), traveling and photography go hand-in-hand. The American photographer, who modestly describes his work as “travel documentation," has a distinct flair for capturing tiny figures in the face of nature's immensity. His latest series explicitly carries on with that theme. Titled We Are Tiny, the images were shot in far......read more

Hurricane Sandy Relief T by Sebastian Errazuriz

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Brooklyn artist puts a sombre spin on iconic NYC graphics $40.00

When Hurricane Sandy brought work at Sebastian Errazuriz's studio to an abrupt halt, the Brooklyn-based designer and sculptor decided to do something to help victims of the storm. Taking white tees with two of NYC's most iconic graphics — Milton Glaser's "I Love New York" and the MTA subway map — Errazuriz dipped the bottom halves in blue ink. With the......read more

CYMBALS, "Candy Bar"

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Charming animated vid for a bright-eyed pop jam

CYMBALS, a scrappy East London art-pop outfit, come through with a lovely new animated video for "Candy Bar," a hand painted joint that will kick your weekend off on a happy note. The video, which features some anthropomorphized shapes taking a pastel-colored ocean adventure, nicely sums up the band's simple, joyful sound. It ends with the perfect image of a rectangle, circle,......read more

Incase Tote Bag by Clare Rojas

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Exclusive artwork from SF artist applied to handy, durable carry-all $99.95

In her new capsule collection for Incase, San Francisco artist Clare Rojas applies her signature nature illustrations and bold patterns to a limited selection of Incase products. Included in the series is this daily carry-all, featuring exclusive Rojas artwork applied to durable cotton canvas. The bag includes a colorful padded sleeve designed for a 13" MacBook, with multiple organizer pockets......read more

A Year on the Road: Great Point Lighthouse

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A sandy excursion to the northernmost tip of Nantucket

Merely a dot on the map, Nantucket was once one of the world's biggest whaling ports. Great Point Lighthouse stands proudly at the edge of the island, the first shining beacon leading into the east coast ports. The lighthouse keeper's daughter, lighting the lamp for her father, wrote in 1937 that she felt as though she was "helping God" guide mariners to shore.  During an end of summer......read more

After Sandy: Break the Silence

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In the wake of one of the worst natural disasters in American history, it's time to face the reality of climate change

Every four years presidential candidates tell the American people that that election is a turning point for the country. This year they might have actually been right. To be sure, there are always differences between candidates. On a range of issues, from health care to tax reform, voters this year faced a real choice about two different approaches to governing. But the other turning point in......read more

Hurricane Sandy and Climate Change: What's the Deal?

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Scientists weigh in on the hurricane-supersizing effects of global warming

In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, which left a devastating trail of destruction, power failures and flooding in its wake, people all over are wondering whether the "Frankenstorm" is related in any way to climate change. Has global warming helped create the conditions that make freak storms like Sandy happen? Writing for Climate Desk, Chris Mooney asked a handful of climate scientists this......read more

Surreal Landscape Photography by Randy Scott Slavin

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NYC photog roams the country to capture 360 degree landscapes

Landscape photography goes surreal in Alternate Perspectives, a dizzying series of travel photos from New York-based Randy Scott Slavin. The photos, shot by Slavin on his sojourns around America, are each taken at a single location or landmark, then pieced together to create a 360 degree perspective in a flat image. The "stitching" technique results in a trippy stereographic projection. "While......read more

More Terrific Travel Photos by Randy P. Martin

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In this project for Aritzia, the Chicago-based photographer nicely captures our sense of wanderlust

In this photo project commissioned by the women's fashion mavens at Aritzia, globetrotting photographer Randy Martin continues with his gorgeous depictions of lonely figures in epic landscapes [previously]. The project took Randy and one of his best friends to far-away lands such as Kashmir, a place that Indians call "Paradise on Earth." As he explains: It's not frequented by tourists, and as......read more

The Butler House

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Handy meal transporter from Dutch designer Arian Brekveld. $39.95

Looking for an easy way to transport fresh snacks and meals? Let Fresh Traveler answer the call. With two separate containers -- one with a double-walled vacuum that keeps food fresh -- you can easily bring milk and cereal for breakfast at work. Or soup and sandwich for lunch. A wonderfully practical product from timeless Dutch kitchenware brand Royal VKB....read more

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