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Edun Menswear

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Modern, wearable fashion for the conscious man $98.00

Since being launched in 2005 by Ali Newson and her husband, U2 singer Bono, Edun has earned a reputation for making earthy, wearable clothes with a commitment to African manufacturing and sustainable fabrics. The Edun Men's range keeps getting better and better. The men's 2011 A/W collection features casual, easy-wearing garments in a tasteful blue-black-grey color pallette. Nice looks....read more

Whiskey Aftershave

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Need a last minute stocking stuffer for your man? Try Portland General Store's woodsy aftershave $16.00

Portland General Store's Whiskey Aftershave is infused with a light whiskey scent, "reminiscent of an ol' yachtsman relaxing below deck at the end of a long day on the wild ocean, a favorite Scotch in hand." Right, okay. Actually the scent is really good, and although it's definitively masculine the list of ingredients is decidedly not -- sea kelp extract, blue-green algae, organic aloe......read more

Pact Socks 3-Pack

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Pesticide-free socks feature graphics inspired by American agricultural heritage $30.00

Borne from the idea that there's more to eco-friendly fashion than hemp and burlap, BeGood Clothing offers a solid selection of sustainable threads and accessories from brands like Arbor Collective, Threads For Thought, and PACT, which made these brightly colored Camp socks emblazoned with symbols of farming. But the celebration of agriculture doesn't stop there. Using the buy-one-give-one......read more

Men's St. Moritz Vest by Ecoalf

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Ultra-light down vest made of polyester recycled from PET bottles $158.00

The puffy vest is essentially the ideal layer for winter, providing just enough warmth to keep you comfortable without overheating. Ecaolf's St. Moritz vest might be our favorite sleeveless coat on the market. Each vest is made using recycled PET polyester from 60 plastic bottles, diverted from the landfill and onto your body. Super soft, with an insulated down filling and handy concealed......read more

Stonehaven by BWGH

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Paris menswear label travels to Scotland for stunning video lookbook

We're not generally in the habit of posting advertising clips, but this one from Brooklyn We Go Hard, aka BWGH, fits nicely in SHFT's wheelhouse. For its fall/winter 2013 collection, the Paris menswear brand found inspiration in the rolling landscapes of Stonehaven, Scotland. That's where directors Adrien Landre and Julien Soulier headed to film this gorgeous video lookbook of the collection.......read more

Cabinets Of Curiosities From Steffan Dam

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Intricately Crafted Marine Life Specimens Suspended In Glass

Artist Steffan Dam produces fantastical and intricately-crafted specimens that look as though they exist in the real world. Suspended in glass jars and on plates, their forms mimic well-known creatures of the sea and budding plants. Although Dam’s work is based in imagination, his skills as a craftsman—including glass blowing, casting, and grinding—produce a hyperrealistic......read more

The Images of Clemens Fantur

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Vienna-based photographer photographs people in nature

The Vienna-based photographer focuses mainly on natural subjects, putting nature and people in the center of his works. He has a keen eye for light and composition, producing beautiful and strong pictures.  In the artists words: “What I really like about taking pictures is this certain feeling, when you can see and feel a photo coming up, when situations are developing and turning......read more

San Francisco Impressions

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Digitally layered photos by Christopher Dydyk show the multidimensional joy of experiencing the city

Last week we shared some cool images of sidewalk markings in San Francisco, now we head back to the Bay Area for a totally different perspective of the city. In his Impressions series, local photographer Christopher Dydyk shows off San Francisco's multidimensional energy, using a technique whereby he reconstructs and overlays his photographs on top of each other. The end result are images that......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

Henrique Oliveira: Tridimensionals

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Stunning installations created from recycled wood

Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira gives trashed pieces of wood new life with these sweeping installation works he calls "Tridimensionals". To create the works, Oliveira gathers weathered plywood from streets and construction sites in Sao Paulo, then separates the layers and reconstitutes them as massive mixed media pieces that combine sculpture, painting and architecture. The......read more

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