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Ships Large Zipper Tote

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Handmade, sustainable textile design by Jenna Rose $68.00

At her studio in Hamilton, Ontario, Jenna Fenwick creates handmade, sustainable textile products under the Jenna Rose banner. After drawing illustrations by hand, she screen prints the drawings using non-toxic water-based pigments on natural and organic materials. From the Jenna Rose collection comes this Ships Large Zipper Tote, featuring her original illustration of ships and waves printed......read more

Rosewood Cheese Knife

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Richly hued wooden knife will make short work of any soft cheese $18.00

With a tastefully curated selection of goods for the home, Vancouver's Old Faithful Shop has emerged as one of our favorite retailers. We can always get behind good craftsmanship, especially when sustainability is involved. This Rosewood Cheese Knife is a case in point. Handmade from richly-hued, sustainably harvested rosewood, the knife's simple design masks an uncanny ability to cut......read more

Tom Rosenthal "As Luck Would Have It"

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A semi-abstract, kinda feminist, animated Western.

A video about fate, death, buffalos, and a magic 8-ball which tells no lies.  Official music video for Tom Rosenthal's "As Luck Would Have It", out of his most recent album,"Who's That In The Fog?" (2013) tomrosenthal.co.uk/...read more

Toro Y Moi "Rose Quartz"

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Chaz Bundick becomes a painting in this playful, inventive new video

Soulful South Carolina native Chaz Bundick (Toro Y Moi) followed up his 2011 indie rock breakout Underneath The Pines with a more dancefloor-oriented electronic sound on Anything In Return, released early in 2013. "Rose Quartz," one of the album highlights, now has a new video created by  Lauren Gregory, who turned Bundick and his bandmates into a moving series of paintings. Colors melt and......read more

Island Residence by Peter Rose & Partners

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In a Massachussetts vacation home, sustainable design strategies abound

Boston practice Peter Rose + Partners has recently completed the Island Residence, a summer vacation home situated among dense woods on the island of Chappaquiddick near Edgartown, Massachusetts. Say the architects: "The house is part of a collection of environment‐ and landscape‐centric interventions that blur the boundaries between structures and landscape, and between inside and......read more

Mesmerizing Photos of Frozen Flowers by Mo Devlin

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Stunning images of roses, posies and daffodils suspended in ice

Mo Devlin began his career in 1973 as a photojournalist for the U.S. Army. But his creative experiments of today have little in common with the gritty documentary photography of his old job. These bewitching images of flowers frozen in ice are show just how far he has come. The frozen flowers series features up-close shots of roses, posies and daffodils suspended in blocks of ice, with......read more

Hey Rosetta, "New Sum (Nous Somme)"

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A beautifully animated video for the Canadian chamber-rockers

Harkening the Richard Linklater film Waking Life, this new(ish) rotoscoping video for "New Sum (Nous Sommes)" by Hey Rosetta! is a nice little bit of live action animation. Directed by Jesse Davidge and produced at Blatant Studios in Vancouver, the clip features performance footage mainly filmed at the band's sold out show at the Commodore Ballroom late last year. Interwoven in the narrative is a......read more

Life After Fossil Fuels

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In this week's NYT Sunday Review, Elizabeth Rosenthal asks to what extent do we "need" oil and gas?

As renewable energy costs continue to plummet and buildings and machines become more and more efficient, the argument that we "need" to keep investing in fossil fuels seems weaker than ever. Countries that a couple decades ago ran on a fuel mix like America's are successfully weaning themselves off of oil and gas. According to the International Energy Agency, thirteen countries got more than 30......read more

Sunchoke Soup with Crispy Chips & Rosemary

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An unheralded root veggie stars in this delicious winter soup

If you've never tried sunchokes, you have no reason to feel bad. Despite their sweet, nutty flavor and unusual texture (somewhere between a water chestnut and a potato), not to mention the fact that the species of sunflower grows extensively throughout much of the U.S., sunchokes really don't get much shine in culinary culture. So we're psyched to have come across this sunchoke soup......read more

Tree Spiker

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In his new memoir, Mike Roselle looks back on life as a radical environmentalist.

Looking forward to checking out this book from the controversial cofounder of the Rainforest Action Network and Earth First!. In the realm of radical environmentalism, Mike Roselle has done it all, from blocking timber roads and nuclear sites, to helping put a gas mask on Mount Rushmore and draping a banner from the Golden Gate Bridge with Woody Harrelson. Sure to be a rollicking read. Buy the......read more

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