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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Reimagined: Illustrated by Olimpia Zagnoli, a new and bold interpretation of the classic story

One of the world's best-known stories, "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" was published way back in 1900 by L.

ListenUp: Christopher Owens, The Gotobeds, Homeboy Sandman, Kilo Kish and a Cool Hunting #PrivateJam in the music we tweeted this week

Kilo Kish: Locket The imitable and charming Kilo Kish has returned with "Locket," off her Kitsuné-released Across EP.

Link About It: This Week's Picks : A kickball ice cream maker, drug-detecting nail polish, Miranda July's "Somebody" app and more in our look at the web this week

1. Buick's Dapper Derelict When car restorer Jonathan Ward found a '48 Buick in a Pennsylvania barn, it hadn't been on the road since '73.

100 Proof Black Dirt Apple Jack: A potent small-batch brandy made in upstate New York from local apples

Anyone who's been to Normandy, France or has a solid interest in spirits knows the wonders of Calvados, the high-proof apple brandy that really packs a punch.

Fair Enough at Venice Architecture Biennale: The Russian Federation looks back on history and offers an imaginary commercial event for the exhibition

For the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale (on now through 23 November), the exhibition's curator Rem Koolhaas selected the arguably ambiguous theme of “Absorbing Modernity: 1914-2014” as a guide for all participating nations.

Cycloc's Endo Wall Mount Bicycle Hanger: A clever, two-piece system for storing your bike inside

In recent months, we've seen a few clever solutions to bicycle storage—from the sculptural copper Stasis to CLUG's 3D printed clip, though neither are readily accessible at the moment.

L'Oiseau Blanc Atop The Peninsula Paris: Take in the City of Lights from the historic hotel's recently renovated rooftop bar and restaurant

Finding quality food and drink in Paris is easy. Pleasing the palate has long been one of the city's great artistic allures, and a wander in any direction will lead to mouth-watering fare.

Ditto Press London: The independent publisher and printer opens up shop with a bevy of books, photographs, risographs and more

Next to the Regent’s Canal in the pretty but comparatively sleepy De Beauvoir area in London, sandwiched in between Haggerston, Shoreditch and Islington, risograph print studio and publishing house Ditto Press has just opened its doors...

Socially Conscious Snow Leopard Vodka: A new luxury spirit that donates a percentage of its proceeds to conservation

For consumers who don't have time to try all of the many different vodkas on the market, it's tough to know the liquor's true nuances and build brand allegiance.

Horn Please: The Decorated Trucks of India: Photographer Dan Eckstein traverses the subcontinent's vast highways, documenting elaborate lorries and their drivers

From the mountainous city of Leh in the north to the palm tree-lined tourist-haven of Goa in the south, India is a vast nation of rich diversity—whether it's landscape, language, food or even automobiles.

State of Folly Three-Way Bag: With their convertible clutch, the Melbourne-based label delivers function without sacrificing aesthetics

Carrying a clutch looks great, but once you need to use both your hands—whether for holding snacks, riding a bike or throwing shapes on the dance floor—the accessory can be a...

Interview: George Awwad of Odd Castles: A Londoner digging deep into the SoundCloud abyss and his creative expression from it

For anyone interested in emerging artists and musicians working outside the mainstream, the internet is a goldmine.

Mirror of Threads Blankets by Emdal Colorknit: The Danish artist tames a German knitting machine from the '80s to produce symbolic colors and unusual patterns

Designer Signe Emdal has an affinity with the year 1984. That's the year her 1.25-ton German knitting machine was made, as well as the Nikon camera she uses to create patterns from photos.

Cool Hunting Video: Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility: A peep inside NYC's municipal recycling reveals the vastly complex task of material recovery and reuse

New Yorkers have been required to recycle for over 25 years. While it's part of everyday life, what happens after the bags are loaded into a truck largely remains a mystery.

Interview: Typomaniac Erik Spiekermann: We speak with famed German typographer, designer and entrepreneur about his comprehensive visual biography "Hello I am Erik"

Few individuals within the design community deserve as much acclaim as Erik Spiekermann—and even fewer typographers at that.

DKNY + Raat City Present "New Art City" Group Show: A one-night-only showcase of emerging NYC artists focused on Big Apple realities

It all began with a taxi ride. Carlos Santolalla, a photographer working under the moniker Raat City, had just finished modeling in DKNY's...

Table Tennis Anytime, Anywhere with Corknet: The elegant portable net works with any table and doubles as a protective mat for pots and pans

It's an exciting week for tennis fans as the 2014 US Open kicked off on Monday, but there's equally good news for table tennis fans as well—thanks to RCA alum and product designer Julian Bond.

Chen Tianzhuo's Picnic: Stoned astronauts, neon lights and religious iconography combine in this artist's striking works, on display now in Shanghai

An indolent psychonaut walks onto a stage in a brightly colored outfit and loads his bong with the ritual gestures of a tea master.

Word of Mouth: Paraty: Cachaça, fresh food and local art provide the rustic setting for this historic Brazilian town

Walking around the maze of streets paved with irregular stones, visitors can feel the Portuguese presence that first landed in Paraty 500 years ago.

The RugRat from TheTentLab: A breezy backpacking tent designed with kids in mind, but built for rugged trail use

For those looking to get the most out of camping, it's essential to not skimp on your shelter. While cheap tents will get you through a few weekends here and there, going the extra mile and shelling out for a premium tent will...