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History of GPS

Hundreds of thousands of years ago, the earliest humans began looking to the position of the sun to help guide them home from their daily hunting ……

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Inside the New Acne Paper Book With Its Makers Johnny Johansson and Thomas Persson

The Acne Paper Book draws attention to the caliber of the magazine’s contributors (Irving Penn, Bill Cunningham, Sarah Moon, David Bailey), and the vastness of its subject matter.

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Rewoven #003 by New Standard Institute

It’s time to start some uncomfortable conversations. You know full well things are not just going to be bad for the next generation, the crisis is beginning to unfold right now.

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Echobox Radio – Independent, online radio station maintaining DIY enthusiasm with the quality of FM.

The Day the Good Internet Died

For a small slice of time, being online was a thrilling mix of discovery, collaboration, creativity, and chaotic potential. Then Google Reader disappeared.

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Small watches are sexier

In a world where we’re sold on being macho, being delicate is classier.

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Against Performative Positivity

Designer, researcher and educator Danah Abdulla on consumer capitalism, complacent convenience, political ‘wokeness’, and why we should all become design dissenters.

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Junya Racer, D+ Health In Mind

Made in Japan. Our performance eyewear system was developed over a two year technical testing period, involving NYC athletes and Japanese engineering. The frame features D+ lens technology, an adjustable hypoallergenic rubber nose pad and temple tips with a titanium core. The Health In Mind edit……

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Floating Points & Four Tet 050721 by NTS Monday

Sounds of the Forest – Soundmap :: Timber Festival

Explore the first ever forest soundmap of the world.

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As lockdowns lift, media firms brace for an “attention recession”

People have spent a year glued to screens, but now the attention boom is turning to bust | International…

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Cold Bones is an unflinching look at addiction and the path to healing

Each winter, the crosses that inhabit the sprawling cemeteries of Iceland are illuminated as a mark of respect for the dead. “I’ve always found it very comforting and beautiful, and it makes me feel close to my family and friends that are buried there,” reflects Tan Gillies.

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Helium-10000 is an inflatable puffer coat that floats like a balloon

Italian designer Andrew Kostman has created Helium-10000, an inflatable puffer jacket that can be carried around like a balloon.

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A Project of One’s Own

A few days ago, on the way home from school, my nine year old son told me he couldn’t wait to get home to write more of the story he was working on. This made me as happy as anything I’ve heard him say — not just…

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Down the Rabbit Hole: Entering the Universe of Aphex Twin

Each person’s journey with Aphex Twin is inherently personal given the broad range of music he’s made. David Brake suggests where to begin.

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The majority of us want to ditch fast fashion ‘for good’, says study

Yes to sustainable shopping habits!…

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The 125 Best Stores in America

Support your local independent menswear shops. These are the stores that are meaningful to our communities and in our lives. These are the places we all want to continue to exist. Please get out and visit these places and share the list with likeminded friends. If there’s a shop you…

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Both Glamorous And Raw, Studio Glume’s Interior Objects Embody Their Love Affair With Stone – IGNANT

The design portfolio of Chinese multidisciplinary firm Studio Glume is stunning, with furniture, objects, and artworks that are wild, playful, and sculptural.

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The Shakers Are Movers, Too

The country’s most significant collection of Shaker objects, out of public view for a decade, will relocate to an $18 million museum complex designed by Annabelle Selldorf.

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Dressing Up for the Movies at an Actual Movie Theater

Lace Bodysuits. Corsets. Raisinets. One style reporter’s proposal for what to wear back to the movie theater.

Creativity is dead, long live curation

Curation as a preferential strategy for brand differentiation, relevance, and equity gain…

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This Modest New York Apartment Holds One of the Best Art Collections in Town

Over the course of 40 years, Alvin Hall has amassed a trove of blue-chip artists merely by trusting his eye.

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The Psychological Benefits of Commuting to Work

Many people who have been working from home are experiencing a void they can’t quite name.

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History of GPS

Hundreds of thousands of years ago, the earliest humans began looking to the position of the sun to help guide them home from their daily hunting …… [ Continue reading ]

Junya Racer, D+ Health In Mind

Made in Japan. Our performance eyewear system was developed over a two year technical testing period, involving NYC athletes and Japanese engineering. The frame features D+ lens technology, an adjustable hypoallergenic rubber nose pad and temple tips with a titanium core. The Health In Mind edit…… [ Continue reading ]

A Project of One’s Own

A few days ago, on the way home from school, my nine year old son told me he couldn’t wait to get home to write more of the story he was working on. This made me as happy as anything I’ve heard him say — not just… [ Continue reading ]

The 125 Best Stores in America

Support your local independent menswear shops. These are the stores that are meaningful to our communities and in our lives. These are the places we all want to continue to exist. Please get out and visit these places and share the list with likeminded friends. If there’s a shop you… [ Continue reading ]