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LUV Seat Weekender Duffel Bag

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From Looptworks $225.00

From our good friends at Looptworks, this bag was made from converted Southwest Airline seats.  We think these guys are at the forefront of upcycling design. Crafted from repurposed, water resistant leather with a natural texturing, our LUV Seat Weekender is made for overnight trips and around-town travel alike. With ample room for a weekend of fun, it packs all the essentials for your......read more

BROKEN: Rock, Paper, Scissors

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Just watch this

When Rock stumbles upon the magical Paper, it's love at first sight. But when the wrath of Scissors threatens the well-being of Paper, Rock must stop at nothing to save what he loves most, no matter the cost. “Broken: Rock, Paper, Scissors” is a student animated short film, produced at Ringling College of Art & Design. "It’s our own visual representation of the......read more

The Hexagon Pen Holder

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Parisian Weekend $48.00

These hexagon shaped penholders are playful additions to your desk. Each one is approximatly 100mm high,130mm wide, and 90mm thick. Made with 100% recyclable ‘Re-board’.They come in a set of 3 inside a gift box - 3 holders and 1 base piece. Organise and stack them whichever way you prefer. This listing is for the colour set 'Parisian Weekend' as shown in the photos....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

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

Psychedelic Waves

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Amazing Waves Captured by Fearless Photographer Kenji Croman

Posted by Sara Barnes for My Modern Met Kenji Croman is a Hawaii resident, body surfer, and former competitive swimmer whose thrill-seeking personality allows him to photograph unpredictable yet awe-inspiring waves. Despite some drawbacks with his profession, including broken bones and close encounters with sharks, the photographer says that he couldn’t see himself doing anything......read more

A Parched State Looks to Regulate Private Water Drilling

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Drought-stricken California passes law on drilling for groundwater

Felicity Barringer for The New York Times: FRESNO, Calif. — The small prefab office of Arthur & Orum, a well-drilling outfit hidden in the almond trees and grapevines south of Fresno, has become a magnet for scores of California farmers in desperate need of water to sustain their crops. Looking at binders of dozens of orders for yet-to-be-drilled wells, Steve Arthur, a manager, said,......read more

Pretty Lights "Around the Block" (feat. Talib Kweli)

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Watch Brooklyn bump and bounce in this energetic clip from director Anthony Dickenson

Music video and commercial filmmaker Anthony Dickenson teamed up with Pretty Lights (aka Derek Smith) to create this lively clip for "Around the Block," from Smith's recently-dropped full-length A Color Map of the Sun. Shot in and around the Brooklyn studio where Pretty Lights works, the video is heavy on visual effects that bounce and shudder with the beats and bass. Completing the summer-in-NYC......read more

Food Tripping Across America: Albuquerque, NM

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Taste the best of the local Southwest this weekend

Our next stop is Albuquerque, NM, situated off Interstate-40 and sandwiched next to the Sandia Mountains. If you’re traveling through New Mexico, definitely save your appetite for all that Albuquerque has to offer. And lucky for us, this weekend, Albuquerque is hosting the Chocolate and Coffee Fest, with the Southwest’s largest gathering of chocolatiers, coffee roasters, tea......read more

Darwin Rucksack by Endstar

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Versatile weekend trekking bag constructed in part from recycled plastic bottles $230.00

The NYC-based outdoor gear maestros at Endstar hit another product design bullseye with the Darwin Rucksack, a versatile 60-litre pack that's perfect for a weekend trek to the wilderness. With ample storage space in the main compartment, the Darwin also features an expansion harness and smaller storage compartments for quick-access items. And like all Endstar products, the Darwin is manufactured......read more

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