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Clark Little's Stunning Shorebreak Art

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Epic wave photos show off the power and beauty of the ocean

Photographer Clark Little isn't content to shoot pictures of the ocean from the safety of land. To capture his incredible images of waves smashing into the sand, the North Shore, Oahu native goes directly into the breaking waves themselves. It's a practice that's not for the faint of heart. But as a longtime shorebreak surfer who has spent the better part of four decades in some of the world's......read more

Leather Bike Frame Handle

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Walnut Studiolo's "Little Lifter" makes hauling your bike up and down stairs easy $38.00

This Bicycle Frame Handle from Walnut Studiolo offers a neat solution to the problem of carrying your bike around spots where riding isn't an option. The 7.5" strap of leather, called the "Little Lifter," connects to the frame via adjustable buckles affixed just above the derailleur, making the bike easy to lift and carry. By lowering the bike's center of gravity, the handle......read more

Little People, "Aldgate Patterns"

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Trippy clip shot in the Mojave Desert by director Adam Amaral

The new video for "Aldgate Patterns," from London downtempo maven Little People, takes us on a journey deep into the Mojave Desert, where a colorful shaman breaks on through to the other side. The clip, directed by motion designer Adam Amarel, follows a colorfully-clad desert mystic as he discovers a floppy disk that ignites a psychedelic display of light and color. Don't let......read more

Clark Stiles

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Creative Director at Ludlow Kingsley

Clark is a founder and creative director at Ludlow Kingsley where he also oversees website and application development. He has an extensive background in computer programming focusing on the merger of technology, music and art. Ludlow Kingsley is an award winning website development studio in Los Angeles....read more

SHFT Sampler 1-7-11

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Weekly links: Gordon Matta-Clark's eco-art bent, mysterious bird deaths, and more.

Gordon Matta-Clark was an eco-art O.G.. In the 70s, Matta-Clark's conceptual projects included recycling glass bottles, digging out a basement to create a “guerrilla” garden, and turning a dumpster into an open house. An exhibition centered on Matta-Clark's time at 112 Greene Street, one of the first artist-run venues in New York, opens this weekend at David Zwirner in NYC. ......read more

Original Series: Gardens NYC

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Within the urban jungle, New Yorkers claim their little patch of green

This series was spearheaded by Adrian, whose appreciation of the nature found within the city has always been a part of the beauty of his New York. Director Jason Banker finds a range of subjects -- idiosyncratic Manhattanites and Brooklynites who have cultivated their own gardens and found corners to plant and grow things from vegetables and fruit for their kitchens to herbs for homemade......read more

The Little Nordics

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Terrific tilt-shift video depicts the Norwegian outdoors in miniature

In "The Little Nordics," filmmaker Martijn Doolaard of Damp Design uses the tilt shift miniaturization technique to capture the stunning mountain landscapes and fjords of western Norway: There are numerous time lapse videos of Iceland and Norway showing the beauty of their remote landscapes. But when you're in the mountains, looking down, you see so many things happening. Especially in places......read more

Balancing Blocks by Fort Standard

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Colorful simple gift for the little ones $48.00

Even if balancing rocks isn't your thing (hey, it's not ours either), we've all been mesermized by the sight of a precariously balanced tower of stones. Inspired by the ancient art of balancing rocks, Brooklyn designers Fort Standard add some color (and an eco angle) to the concept in the form of these balancing blocks, handcrafted from chunks of scrap wood. The blocks come in a set of ten......read more

Little Quilt by Hopewell

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Colorful, tot-friendly blanket handmade in Los Angeles $150.00

The words "modern" and "quilt" are rarely used in the same sentence. But Hopewell textile products proves to be an exception to the rule. Launched by art director Eliza Kenan and artist Claire Oswalt, Hopewell crafts handmade textiles in Los Angeles with an emphasis on simple, modern design-inspired patterns. At 30" x 40", these cotton-and-linen little quilts are perfectly sized to wrap up your......read more

Food Tripping Across America: Phoenix, AZ

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Little do you know what amazing food adventures await in this desert oasis

Follow the humble skyline of downtown Phoenix a few blocks North and you'll find yourself driving along Roosevelt Row, through the center of the arts district. Little do you know what food adventures await for you in this desert oasis in Southern Arizona.  Turn onto 5th Street and in one of the historic homes, you'll find JoBot Coffee. Grab a 'toddy'- cold brewed coffee and enjoy one of the......read more

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