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Small Industrial Felt Bowl

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Freakish photo series of a weirdly amazing costume festival in Bulgaria. $24.00

The work of French photographer Estelle Haniana The "Parking Lot Hydra" book, published by Decathalon, is available from Printed Matter. (ed. - Scratch that, it's sold out.) (Via Quality Peoples)...read more

Kozo Desk Lamp

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The greatest thing since indoor plumbing. $199.00

As you've probably noticed, we love it when people find interesting new uses for old materials. This is one of the better projects in that realm. Kozo Lamps are made from original plumbing parts sourced from around the world. The materials are left raw, and the unfinished look gives Kozo Lamps an industrial quality that would fit nicely in a downtown loft. The faucet light switch, developed by......read more

AHeirloom State Cutting Boards

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Show some local pride with a state-shaped, bamboo cutting board. $38.00

These great state-shaped cutting boards come complete with custom star or heart engraved over your hometown. Made in Brooklyn by husband-and-wife creative duo AHeirloom, the extensive collection is CNC-milled and made from rapidly renewable Plyboo (an FSC-certified brand of bamboo plywood). There are plenty of states to choose from, check out their Etsy shop to see if your home state is......read more

Forestbound Carryall

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Sturdy daily bag handcrafted from salvaged WWII canvas. $280.00

The Forestbound Carryall transforms recycled canvas from a WWII aviator's kit into the perfect everyday carrier. The roomy carryall has plenty of space for all your daily necessities -- laptop, gym clothes, lunch, books, and more. Two well-protected inside pockets provide perfect homes for valuables like your wallet, iPod, and cell phone. The naturally worn fabric is fully lined with thick......read more

Handmade Portraits: The Bone Carver

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Etsy profiles Inupiat hunter Sylvester Arak, who balances a subsistence lifestyle with artistic pursuits

The latest entry in Etsy's Handmade Portraits series profiles Sylvester Ayek, an Iñupiat hunter and carver who grew up on King Island, 40 miles off of the Alaskan coast. There, he learned the traditional Iñupiat ways of subsistence hunting and carving ivory and wood. Today, he continues to sell his artwork to (sylvesterayek.etsy.com) to supplement his subsistence lifestyle,......read more

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