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Phil Cuttance Weld Vases

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Nice lines.

From London designer Phil Cuttance comes a good-looking range of vases created by welding together discarded, offcut ABS plastic. Called Weld Vases, the pieces are made of ABS plastic scraps from a local factory, welded together using hot hair. The line includes three different shapes and three tonal combinations. As Cuttance says on his site, "the Weld Vases are each individually......read more

Philippe Starck for Emeco

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Iconic chair design. Made in America. 80% recycled aluminum. Sold.

Emeco (The Electric and Machine and Equipment Co.) has been manufacturing alumunum chairs in Hanover, Pennsylvania since 1944. The Philippe Starck-designed Heritage collection, made from 80% recycled aluminum, puts a tastefully contemporary spin on the classic Emeco look. The line includes various stackable seats and stools, along with a couple cool rocking chairs. According to Starck, the key to......read more

La Amarilla de Ronda (LA) Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oils

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Hyperrealistic pencil portrayals of nature. $15.95

Hundreds of years ago, the nuns pertaining to a closed order living in Ronda, Andalusia began to produce olive oil from olives harvested from century year old olive trees. Designer Philippe Starck and enologist Michel Rolland have collaborated to create an ecologically produced La Amarilla de Ronda (LA) organic extra virgin olive oils from Andalucia, Spain in this same tradition. All of the......read more

Emeco Broom Chair by Philippe Starck

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Latest Emeco-Starck collaboration is made from 90% industrial waste $195.00

The partnership between superstar designer Philippe Starck and Pennsylvania chairmakers Emeco continues with Broom Chair, which is made using a mix of industrial waste. The simple, adaptable design reclaims plastic and wood fibers from factory floors, materials that otherwise be swept up and end up in a landfill. Starck explains: Imagine a guy who takes a humble broom and starts......read more

Jim Denevan: Siberia

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Frozen land art photographed by Peter Hinson.

Jim Denevan is an modern day renaissance man. Famous for his mega-sized land art works, the Californian artist is also an accomplished chef whose traveling Outstanding in the Field project connects people with local ingredients and producers. Denevan's art is all about nature's ephemeral moments. “For me, marking the earth is an opportunity to measure and consider what is directly at hand......read more

On the Plane

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Aerial perspectives from Phillip Kalantzis Cope

At SHFT, we're not shy about admitting our love for aerial photography. For most of us, however, the closest we'll come to capturing images of the earth from above is snapping camera phone pictures out of an airplane window. Sadly, these always miss the extraordinary feeling one gets when looking down from the sky. With his "On the Plane" series, Phillip Kalantzis-Cope hits the mark we......read more

Lucid Stead by Phillip K. Smith

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Artist transforms Joshua Tree homesteader shack into luminous installation

On California artist Phillip K Smith III's five-acre property in Joshua Tree, there sits an old homesteader's cabin, a plain Jane structure with a history that dates back seventy years. For "Lucid Stead," a week-long project in October, Smith added a new chapter to the cabin's history, transforming the building's exterior into a large-scale light installation. By day, the shack’s......read more

Philips Hue Wireless LED System

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Connected bulbs and bridge allow you to control lights from your tablet or phone $199.99

This week, Dutch electronics giant Philips released Hue, an LED lighting system that you control remotely on your tablet or smartphone. Billed as "the world’s smartest web-enabled LED home lighting system," the Hue starter pack includes three bulbs that you screw into existing lamps, and a bridge that you plug into your home Wi-Fi router. With the Hue app downloaded onto your Apple or......read more

Seductive Urban Beehive Design Unveiled by Philips

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Sleek beekeeping solution looks great, but will it work?

Philips, the multinational Dutch electronics giant, made a big splash at the recent Dutch Design Week with its innovative Microbial Home, a net-zero vision of household appliances and fixtures that all work together in an "integrated cyclical ecosystem."  Aside from the Bio-digester -- the design's main hub -- which converts solid kitchen and human waste (ewww) to methane gas......read more

Aerial Landscapes by Philip Govedare

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Dramatic paintings explore man's relationship with the environment

With his latest series of paintings, Seattle artist Philip Govedare pulls the viewer in opposing directions. The works, painted from an aerial perspective, portray landscapes scarred by pit mines and chemical spills. Like Edward Burtynsky, another artist who documents our impact on the planet, Govedare pulls us in with rich coloring and meticlous details, then forces us to......read more

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