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RSVP Endurance Compost Pail

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An attractive silver composter for your countertop. $28.50

Time to turf those makeshift yogurt container composters. The RSVP Endurance 1/2 Gallon Small Compost Pail is a good-looking kitchen scrap collection pail, perfectly sized for your countertop. Odor filters in the lid eliminate nasty smells even if the pail hasn't been emptied in a while. Fits several days accumulation of coffee grounds and kitchen scraps, and it's easy to clean (a paper......read more

Tabletop HiFi Stereo by Symbol Audio

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Reclaimed wood stereo delivers audiophile-quality sound $1,800.00

For most of us, the price of this Tabletop Hifi from Symbol Audio is likely a bit, er, prohibitive. But for the audiophile with plenty of expendable income, it might be hard to resist. This particular version is finished in reclaimed peroba rosa wood from Brazil, an exclusive to SHFT favorite Environment Furniture, who describes it thus: "The design incorporates two 4" high efficiency full range......read more

Elliot Modular Planters

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Dress up a drab interior with these terrific tabletop planters from Good Erdle $28.00

These modular planters are handmade by the father-son team at Good Erdle using white stoneware clay from Ohio. The good-looking tabletop system can be arranged in endless configurations to suit your space and liven up the vibe. Because there are no drainage holes in the legs, the planters are best used with flora like succulents and cacti that require less watering. There's no danger of leakage,......read more

Silt Collection by VW&BS

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Ancient craft meets contemporary aesthetics in this stackable tableware set $315.00

Multidisciplinary design studio VW+BS uses ancient production methods and materials to create the totally modern-looking Silt Collection, a tableware set made of raw, unglazed purple clay. For millenia, purple clay pots and cups have been used to serve tea in China. "The unglazed material has the effect of softening the taste of the water in the same way as activated charcoal," said the......read more

Tumblers by Falcon Enamelware

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Iconic British brand departs from classic colorway with these multihued cups $9.50

Originally established in 1920, Falcon Enamelware is an icon of British home life. After a period of hibernation, Falcon is back, bringing a 20th century design classic to a contemporary homes everywhere. The company's enameling process involves fusing porcelain onto heavy-gauge steel, resulting in a material that's durable, smooth, and chemical-resistant--i.e. great for the kitchen.  These......read more

Standing Bowl by Fort Standard

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American-made, sand cast aluminum bowl with architecturally inspired planar legs $84.00

We first became aware of Brooklyn-based design studio Fort Standard via their amazing geometric brass bottle openers. We checked back in recently to discover that the two-man operation has expanded its home product line to include these architecture-inspired standing bowls. Made of sand cast aluminum, the clean, understated bowls are elevated off the table surface by upright planar......read more

Bento Bowl by San Yoshi Lacquerware

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Portable food storage in recycled plastic $18.00

Layer your whole lunch in this portable storage system styled after the traditional Japanese bento box. The top compartment stacks atop a lidded lower compartment to separate and transport a meal or on-the-go snacks without mixing contents. San-Yoshi products are made of 70 percent recycled PET and 30 percent heat-resistant ABS plastic, making them durable, shatter-resistant, and microwave,......read more

"Rise" by Mathieu Gerard

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Mesmerizing CGI compels reflection on water

Mathieu Gérard worked in collaboration with European creative agencies EXOD-US and Fuse Collective to create this experimental short film compelling us to reflect on the nature of earth's most precious resource: water. Seamless in execution and set against Alexandre Desplat's soundtrack to Terrence Malik's 'The Tree of Life', this is the kind of visual poetry that moves us in ways......read more

Nana Yoshimura: Accumulation of Margin

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Photo series with a scientific name is a poetic reflection on light and life

In geology, "accumulation of margin" refers loosely to the process of sedimentation that takes place between oceanic and continental crust. At the margin, the earth builds upon itself. In this poetic series of blurry, washed-out images from Japanese photographer Yoshimura Nana, light itself is both medium and margin, connecting artist and viewer. "I recognize my consciousness brought from one......read more

The Square: Photos by Seokmin Ko

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Reflections of landscapes

In The Square, an ongoing project from Seokmin Ko, the Seoul-based artist explores landscape and/of the self, holding a square mirror in varied surroundings then photographing the results. Positioned just so, the mirror perfectly reflects the frame of road, field, or sea where it is centered. The only clue of the artist's presence are the hands gripping each side of the mirror. The......read more

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