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Anzfer Farms: Fragment Lights

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Reclaimed wood lamps add warmth to any space. $80.00

Anzer Farms is a San Francisco-based design studio/workshop specializing in reclaimed wood objects and furniture. The company's Fragment Lights range have bases made from aesthetically-pleasing wood fragments gathered on the San Francisco shoreline. The 15 watt lights cast a candle-like glow that adds character and warmth to any setting. Each unit is one-of-kind, with a small globe bulb available......read more

Cityscape Stamp Set

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Nice-lookin', eco-lovin' natural rubber stamps mounted on reclaimed maple blocks. $30.00

Sure, you could send that letter on blank paper, unadorned with any neat illustrations. But that would be rather boring, wouldn't it? Spruce up your paper creations with these fun stamps from Yellow Owl Workshop. Handmade in San Franscisco, the set of five natural rubber stamps is mounted on reclaimed maple and nicely presented in a 4 x 8" birch box (also reclaimed, of course). ...read more

They Might Be Giants "Electric Car"

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Brooklyn sustainable furniture company launches new line crafted from an iconic material — reclaimed Coney Island boardwalk.

Animal friends going for a ride in a green vehicle is never a bad thing, in our opinion. Brooklyn's Tiny Inventions delivers the goods with a fun and fantastic multimedia interpretation of They Might Be Giants' "Electric Car". ...read more

Environment by Heather Heron Surf Bag

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Reclaimed military fabric board bag. $125.00

The Environment by Heather Heron collection features a nice selection of handcrafted products made from reclaimed and recycled fabrics. One of the coolest is this repurposed military tent surf bag. Also available in surplus Japanese denim, the board bag features salt and sun-resistant hemp rope and recycled, organic leather ties....read more

Tom Fruin's Kaleidoscopic Watertower Lights Up Brooklyn

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Striking sculptural installation made from 1,000 pieces of reclaimed Plexiglas

Brooklyn artist Tom Fruin has unveiled his latest structural installation, Watertower, a stunning multicolored water tower made from 1,000 pieces of salvaged Plexiglas. The work adorns a historic watertower that sits atop of Fruin’s Jay Street studio in Brooklyn's DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) neighborhood. This is Fruin's fourth architectural Plexiglas-and-steel project......read more

Symbol Audio High Fi Tabletop Stereo

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From Our Friends At Environment Furniture $1,995.00

Every so often, we find an aspirational item for the SHFT shop. It might be a steep price, but its quality and provenance demands it. And hey, what's wrong with a little something to aspire to? As its name suggests the Tabletop HIFI delivers extremely rich hi-fidelity sound in a small footprint. The TT1 is able to delivery this level of audio quality using traditional speaker design not software......read more

A Brief History of Pretty Much Everything

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Inventive furniture pieces crafted from highly sustainable material.

Epic stop-motion animation in pen and crayon, created by 17-year-old Jamie Bell, sums up the history of the universe as we know it....read more

Judson Beaumont: Tree Rings

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Playful stump furniture that lights up at night

In British Columbia, the mountain pine beetle has devastated huge swaths of forest over the past decade or so, thanks in part to warmer winter temperatures. But there is a minor silver lining, in the sense that beetle-killed wood is a readily-accessible and weirdly sustainable material for B.C. designers and architects. These playful pieces of stump furniture, created by Vancouver-based......read more

Deckstool

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Recycled Skateboard furniture. $199.99

Solidly crafted using broken skateboards harvested from urban Philadelphia. Finely finished edges frame beautifully scuffed graphics that tell the story of the decks' previous lives....read more

Antonin Kratochvil: Glaciers

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Lovely collection of scrap wood furniture. Wow.

Czech-born photographer Antonin Kratochvil has built an esteemed reputation on a portfolio of dark, gritty images capturing moments of upheaval and tragedy. His latest series, simply titled Glaciers, doesn't depart from his vision. Shot in the Patagonian wilderness of Chile and Argentina, the black-and-white photo essay is a beautiful but grimly honest look at a region imperiled by climate......read more

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