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Grimm Gallery | When We Said Break a Leg, We Meant It — Flaunt Magazine

Grimm Gallery’s Someone said that the world’s a stage artists Louise Giovanelli, B. Ingrid Olson, and Daisy May Sheff feature in The Future Experience, out now.

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AFROSPORT – THE BOOK

A 320 page art book – African design is reshaping the world’s cultural stage, sport shows us how.

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Knit Up-cycle Slippers | Heiwa Slipper | Japanese House Slippers

These slippers are made from recycled scraps of fabric discarded by a knitted items factory. As they are made from recycled materials, the size and colour of individual slippers in a pair may have some minute discrepancies. These slippers are elastic. We would recommend these slippers for when you w……

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The Beautiful, Brutal World of Bonsai

An American undergoes a gruelling apprenticeship to a Japanese master. In the winter of 2002, a young American named Ryan Neil joined an unusual pilgrimage: he and several others flew to Tokyo, to begin a tour of Japan's finest collections of bonsai trees. He was nineteen, with an athlete's body…

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James Turrell creates perfume bottles informed by ancient stupas

architecture and design magazine…

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What Makes a Room Unforgettable?

Ask the founders of Roman and Williams, who for two decades have designed homes, hotels, restaurants, clubs, galleries, stores, furniture — even birdhouses — bathed in a luxe patina.

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How to Develop Good Taste, Pt. 3 — Die, Workwear!

It has become fashionable to discuss classic clothing with the same cynicism once reserved for topics such as capitalism or the media. Across menswear message boards, posters frequently type out terms such as classic or timeless with alternating caps (cLaSsIc) or recurring spaces (t i m e l e s…

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Sergei Sviatchenko – Close Up And Private

After many years of practicing as a visual artist, Sergei Sviatchenko discovered the blogging culture in the two-thousands, and used it for his art photo project Close Up And Private.

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Move Amsterdam | Bicycle Film Festival

About this event – Bicycle Film Festival (BFF) has already attracted more than 1 million visitors worldwide. The festival sees the bicycle as the driving force for urban modern life. And to celebrate that, BFF crisscrosses the most important cultural movements of the last decade. With different……

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Mathilde Gilhet for Jacob Jonas The Company — Goal – Bear Damen

Director: Bear Damen @beardamenChoreography: Mathilde Gilhet @mathildegilhet in collaboration with the performersFeaturing: Simon Bus @simon.bus Roy Overdijk @roytheruggedsDOP: Matthew Ballard @matt_ballardGaffer: Thijs Besteman @thijsiebGrip: Jetmir Bricor @jetmirbricori1st AC: Nick Vigue @nickvigu……

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LP.8, by Kelly Lee Owens

Meet the Man Who Made Cowboys Love Rhinestones

Though it might seem like country-western stars sprang from the womb wearing golden boots and rhinestone suits, it wasn’t always so. In fact, we owe such……

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PHOTOINK

PHOTOINK was founded in 2001 by Devika Daulet-Singh as a photo agency and publication design studio.

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Would You Like Eyeglass Frames of Fossilized Coral?

The mother-and-son duo running E.B. Meyrowitz in London would be happy to oblige.

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The World of Ralph Lauren Takes California by Storm With a Full Range of SS23 Offerings

The World of Ralph Lauren Takes California by Storm With a Full Range of SS23 Offerings: The legendary designer produced an expansive west coast event for his Polo, Double RL, Purple Label and namesake Collections – for men, women and kids.

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Mark Giordano for Atelier Munro

Mark Giordano on his long-awaited return to Toronto and the hard work to get there…

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The Elusive Power of Cate Blanchett

The actress has stayed one step ahead of audiences by constantly being in motion. In her new movie “Tár,” she’s as inscrutable as ever.

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Abel Odor in Conversation with Brian Barth

An experimental musician, inspired by the ocean expanse, Brian Barth composed a sound track to Cyan Nori. We were thrilled to talk to them and invigorated by their music which brings scent and sound ceremoniously together.

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Frozen Chicken Train Wreck – Laurence Hamburger

Frozen Chicken Train Wreck – Laurence Hamburger – Chopped Liver Press and Ditto Press – 978-0-9571612-2-1…

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Michael Heizer’s Big Work and Long View (Published 2015)

The sculptor and earth artist says of “City,” the monumental project he has built in the Nevada desert since the 1970s, “It’s basically done.”…

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The indy brands starting a running revolution

A design-led take is changing the distance-wear market. And there isn’t a trefoil or a tick in sight…

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The Disappearing World of Wolfgang Tillmans

His informal, generous pictures were some of the most moving art of the 1990s. Now, at MoMA, time catches up with the German photographer.

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The Beautiful, Brutal World of Bonsai

An American undergoes a gruelling apprenticeship to a Japanese master. In the winter of 2002, a young American named Ryan Neil joined an unusual pilgrimage: he and several others flew to Tokyo, to begin a tour of Japan's finest collections of bonsai trees. He was nineteen, with an athlete's body… [ Continue reading ]

How to Develop Good Taste, Pt. 3 — Die, Workwear!

It has become fashionable to discuss classic clothing with the same cynicism once reserved for topics such as capitalism or the media. Across menswear message boards, posters frequently type out terms such as classic or timeless with alternating caps (cLaSsIc) or recurring spaces (t i m e l e s… [ Continue reading ]

Move Amsterdam | Bicycle Film Festival

About this event – Bicycle Film Festival (BFF) has already attracted more than 1 million visitors worldwide. The festival sees the bicycle as the driving force for urban modern life. And to celebrate that, BFF crisscrosses the most important cultural movements of the last decade. With different…… [ Continue reading ]