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Mast Brothers Chocolate Bars

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Cult sensation chocolate bars available in packs of 5, 10, or 25 $40.00

If you prefer satisfying your chocolate fix with a Mars Bar copped at the corner store, feel free to turn the page. But if you appreciate sustainable ingredients and thoughtful packaging design, then Mast Brothers has your chocolate needs covered. The NYC-based duo have created some amazing buzz in foodie circles with their unique flavours wrapped in hand-printed and letter pressed labels. They......read more

Mast Brothers Chocolate

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Artisan Collection $45.00

For Mother's Day. Because organic chocolate from our friends the Mast Brothers is divine....read more

Mast Brothers Chocolate

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Seasonal Selections From Our Artisan Friends in Brooklyn $5.00

Who doesn't want a little chocolate every day? Our friends The Mast Brothers always deliver with their artisan chocolates and it makes a great gift for someone special.  Try their seasonal flavors like Vermont Maple in Milk Chocolate, or their Dark Chocolate selections, which are high in anti-oxidants.  ...read more

Chad Wright: Master Plan

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A sandcastle suburbia conveys the erosion of the American Dream

One of the defining features of American cities is suburban tract housing, the nearly identical lines of detached homes built after World War II. Among the first modern subdivisions is Levittown, on New York's Long Island, a model post-war development consisting built for war veterans and their families. The development was such a success that builders across the country copied the techniques,......read more

Everything Old is New Again in Amsterdam

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Blom & Blom: Dutch brothers bring things back to life

In a beautifully refurbished warehouse in the North of Amsterdam you'll find the airy showroom and workshop of Blom & Blom, founded by two brothers, Kamiel and Martijn Blom. The duo shares a passion for forgotten items and lost places, refurbishing left-behind furniture that they mostly track down in abandoned factories and military complexes in the former DDR (Deutsche Demokratische......read more

Architect Frank Gehry is working with city officials to draft a new master plan for the redevelopment of the Los Angeles River, bringing the avant-garde sensibilities of one of the world's best-known artistic celebrities to the struggle to remake 51 miles of the Los Angeles Basin's largely desolate central waterway. Gehry's designs for the flaring steel walls of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao,......read more

Bombay Bicycle Club "Carry Me"

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Unique video pays tribute to stop-motion master Eadweard Muybridge

Prolific London four-piece Bombay Bicycle Club have shared not one but two videos for "Carry Me," the eponymous lead single off their upcoming album. Both videos pay homage to Eadweard Muybridge, the great pioneer of stop-motion photography. One is an interactive clip that allows viewers to create their own stop-motion animations by controlling the band and accompanying dancers' actions......read more

Murray Carter, Master Bladesmith

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The 17th generation Yoshimoto bladesmith tells his story in a great short video by Cineastas

Born in eastern Canada, Murray Carter traveled to Japan at the age of 18, a move that changed his life forever. There, a chance encounter at a knife shop led to a six-year apprenticeship with a Master Bladesmith. After a six-year tutelage, he became the 17th generation Yoshimoto bladesmith. Today, after more than 25 years learning the craft, he runs Carter Cutlery on the outskirts of......read more

Pitmaster Apron

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Get grilling with this selvedge denim apron from Cool Hunting and 3x1 $125.00

Here's a sweet summer product collaboration from Cool Hunting and the denim specialists at 3x1. The dapper, functional Pitmaster Apron is made from Cone Mills Barber Pole Selvedge 12oz. denim, and features five pockets for storing kitchen utensils and a neoprene drink pocket. Whether you’re grilling in the backyard or chopping and stirring in the kitchen, this apron has your "cookwear"......read more

Salvaged Wood Reliefs by Ron van der Ende

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Dutch artist creates masterful illusions of three-dimensionality

Ron van der Ende's work begins in the streets of Rotterdam, where collects salvaged pieces of wood like doors and construction materials. This reclaimed wood he strips to create veneer with the paint layers still intact, then, using a mosaic technique, the Dutch artist assembles the small pieces of wood to create super-realistic bas-reliefs that are both painterly and sculptural. His range of......read more

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