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Heart Door Mat by Commune

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Coir fiber mat carries warm message for returning home $70.00

Commune is perhaps best known for designing game-changing hotel and retail spaces like the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs and the Heath Ceramics stores in LA and SF. The company also offers a range of tastefully crafted homewares, including this patterned doormat available via General Store. The bold, minimal graphic carries a simple message: Home = Love, a warm welcome for any abode.......read more

Modknobs

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Hockey puck doorknobs score one for the home team. $110.00

The Puck looks fresh. Feels great in your hand. And comes in vibrant colors. Modknobs are crafted from hockey pucks and premium Baldwin locksets. The pucks are solid, super durable vulcanized rubber with a hand-friendly “grippy” texture all along the rims. Each Puck door knob set includes matching door knobs, complete hardware and installation instructions....read more

Hoplite Short Suit by Matuse

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Lightweight wetsuit made from Geoprene -- a greener alternative to oil-based neoprene $179.00

For shredders and kooks alike, San Diego's Matuse makes a full range of wetsuits using Geoprene, a durable, lightweight rubber made from limestone (as opposed to petroleum, which neoprene comes from). The alternative wetsuit material is not only more eco-friendly than neoprene, but it's more flexible and less permeable to water. This Hoplite 2mm Short Suit is the perfect setup for springtime......read more

Le Loup "Forgive Me"

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Directed by Matthew Lessner, this vid features an abundance of beards, bunnies, and mysticism.

The young, talented filmmaker Matthew Lessner has a taste for the unusual, which shines through in all of his work. His weird and wonderful piece for "Forgive Me," off Family, the latest release from Le Loup, finds robed mystics cavorting in the sand dunes of Oregon with bunnies and lizards. It's not normal, and very awesome....read more

Matt Cusick's Cartographic Creations

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Maps repurposed as eye-catching collages

For Dallas-based artist Matthew Cusick, repurposing stuff balances out his hoarding impulse. "I have a natural inclination to collect stuff," he says. "Repurposing is an alternative to hoarding. It is also an alternative to consuming and creating waste. It takes patience and a willingness to tinker." Cusick creates collage portraits and landscapes from the vintage maps he collects.......read more

Matthew Brandt: Lakes and Reservoirs

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LA artist experiments with water to produce unique and colorful landscape photos

In his "Lakes and Reservoirs" series, LA-based artist Matthew Brandt subverts the hackneyed practice of landscape photography, emphasizing the properties of photo production over the actual landscape depicted. Photographing water bodies around the Western US, Brandt soaks his images in the water of the depicted subject for anywhere from a couple days to several months, until the photo......read more

Matteo Procaccioli: Microcities

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Milan photographer takes to the sky to capture eerie aerial images of nameless cities

By day, Italian photographer Matteo Procaccioli works as a "creative associate" in Milan's fashion industry. When he finds the time, he actively pursues his other passion: fine art photography, mostly focused on the built environment. Heavily stylized and laden with emotion, Procaccioli's work makes no attempt at objective documentary. In that sense you could say it owes a debt to his......read more

Domsai Terrariums

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Cheeky space men planters by Matteo Cibic $139.00

Surprising as it may seem, these astronautical planter figurines are not in fact from Mars. They come from Nove, a northern Italian town that's well-known for ceramics. Designed by Italian artist Matteo Cibic, the terrariums are made from hand-cast porcelain and mouth-blown glass, so no two are alike. And unlike the labor-intensive process of making the terrariums -- which explains the lofty......read more

Matthew Picton: Paper Cities

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Aerial urban grids recreated in recycled paper

From cartographic collages to multimedia map works, we love us some map-related art around here. Oregon-based British artist Matthew Picton adds some more enthralling creations to our collection with these stunning paper sculptures of cities made of books and other textual materials. The works play on the idea of the city as living organism. Explains Picton in his artist's......read more

Strange Worlds

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Meticulously detailed model landscapes by Matthew Albanese.

Matthew Albanese's landscapes are so real looking, it's hard to believe they're not photos of real life scenes. The New Jersey photographer creates meticulous small-scale models that are as dramatic as any Romantic landscape painting. The strikingly realistic images are achieved through the use of various household materials - cotton for clouds, salt for waterfalls, tile grout for......read more

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