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Helen Korpak: Anna

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Blonde friend plays muse for Finnish photographer

At 22 years old, Helsinki-based photographer Helen Korpak is establishing herself as an emerging artist to watch. The young talent's "Anna" series captures her friend and muse in various beautiful settings, made all the more attractive by the person holding the camera. Korpak, who currently studies at Aalto University, Korpak says of her work that she has created "a map of the emotions in......read more

The Living Beauty of Wicken Fen

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The Oldest Nature Reserve in Britain Says A Lot About Us Today

ON NATURE By Helen Macdonald for The New York Times On a foggy morning last spring, I took my brother and 11-year-old niece for a long walk in one of Britain’s oldest nature reserves, Wicken Fen, a tiny fragment of a lost marshland ecosystem that once covered around 2,500 square miles of eastern England. We spent hours walking through a mosaic of grassland and sedge, past wet fields cut......read more

Atelier Dion Colored Clay Mugs

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From Helen Levi $37.00

Drink piping hot coffee in these deliciously colored mugs that have a comfortable round handle. Made using Atelier Dion's signature pigmented clays, these attractive mugs earned them the "Best Booth" award at the West Coast Craft Fair in December 2014. • Available in five colors: Cream (glaze), Charcoal (matte), Rose (matte), Lemon Pie (matte) and Latte (matte) •......read more

Espresso Cup by Helen Faulkner

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Cute blue-glazed ceramics from Kilkenny, Ireland $16.00

Irish potter Helen Faulkner makes these adorable ceramic espresso cups at her studio in County Kilkenny. The cups, which we spotted on The New York Times' holiday gift guide, are colored in a cheery blue glaze, the perfect way to brighten up your morning. They are available via Makers & Brothers, a Dublin company that distributes Irish handicrafts. Dimensions: 2.75"D x 1.75"H Made in......read more

Catalytic Clothing

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Air-filtering fashion from Helen Storey and Tony Ryan.

Imagine you're walking down a busy city street wearing a fashionable, comfortable dress, with cars and buses belching exhaust all around you. All appears normal, except your dress itself contains particles that can break down the vehicle pollution swirling in the air. You are literally a walking air filter.  That's the vision behind Catalytic Clothing, a conceptual fashion project between......read more

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