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No Strangers: Ancient Wisdom In a Modern World

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New photo show at the Annenberg Space celebrates diverse cultures and shared humanity

If we were asked to imagine a dream curator for a photo show, Wade Davis would definitely be on the list. An accomplished photographer himself, the esteemed Canadian anthropologist and ethnobiologist is also one of the world's most influential advocates of indigenous culture. Century City's Annenberg Space for Photography (ASP) has answered our curatorial dreams, giving Davis the reins for its......read more

Noah Emrich: Happenings

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NYC photographer shares some shots from the road

Noah Emrich keeps busy. At the ripe age of 19, the Massachusetts native has established himself as a leading menswear blogger (here and here and other places), a go-to stylist, and a freelance photographer with clients that include The New York Times, Teen Vogue and GQ. Oh, and he goes to Parsons. With the help of Creative Council, Noah hit the road to capture this series of landscapes and......read more

Relumine by Mischer’Traxler

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Two found lamps share one fluorescent bulb.

Around SHFT, the only thing we like more than saving energy is clever use of found materials. Relumine, a lighting design project from Vienna designers Mischer'Traxler, features both in spades, so we're pretty lit up about it.  Each Relumine is made from two discarded lamps, which are refinished then fitted with a low-energy fluorescent bulb shared between the two.   "The......read more

SoBi Bike-Sharing System

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Stripped-down "social bicycle system" takes a minimal approach to urban bike share.

The good people at GOOD tip us to SoBi, an emerging model of bike-sharing set for test launch in New York City this fall. The "social bicycle system" takes a minimal approach to the idea of public bike share. Instead of custom bikes and an elaborate network of docking stations, SoBi uses a single, mulitfunctional gadget that fastens to the back of any bike and operates as a lock, GPS......read more

London Takes Bike Sharing for a Ride

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First UK cycle share scheme to launch next week.

Six thousand matching bikes are about to become a part of the London streetscape, and the designers and operators hope that they're there for good. The bikes will be located at 400 docking stations around the city, and will be free for the first 30 minutes, or one pound a day and 45 pounds a year. The Mayor of London is hoping the bike sharing program in addition to two new cycle......read more

Bike Share Launches in Denver

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European-style 'B-cycle' program offers residents and tourists convenient, low-cost access to clean transportation.

With the Earth Day launch of B-cycle, Denver, Colorado adds itself to the growing list of U.S. cities taking bike sharing for a ride. Touted as the country's first citywide bike share program, B-cycle opens with 500 bikes and 50 stations dotted around the city. A collaboration between Humana Insurance, Trek Bicycle, and ad house Cripsin Porter + Bogusky, B-cycle adds a green alternative to......read more

U.S. Cities Take Bike Sharing for a Ride

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Denver, Minneaopolis and Boston set to launch bike share programs in 2010.

Good news on the city transportation front, as three U.S. cities get ready to set the wheels in motion on large-scale public bike share systems. Denver, Minneapolis, and Boston will join Washington D.C. this year as the first U.S. cities to adopt bike rental programs. Generally, bike share works like this: Users pay an annual or monthly subscription fee and receive a membership card, which they......read more

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