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If you’ve followed the site for a while you’ll know my favorite artist/designer is Geoff McFetridge. He’s been an inspiration to me since the early 2000’s and his style and aesthetic has certainly influenced my own.
Apple Music so far seems to run hot and cold for me. Some days it’s spot on, some days it wants to me to listen to “Deep Cuts: The Decembrists”… yeah, no thanks.
There’s something beautifully poetic about New Horizon, the sculpture created by Atelier 37.2 for the recent Sculpture by the Sea Festival.
Terms like “food porn” may have passed their heyday, perhaps “_______ porn” is a passé phrase anyhow, but it felt apropos for this short spot for Marks & Spencers by foodfilm.
A couple years ago Kiernan Flanigan released a minimal app version of the card game Hearts that I was a big fan of.
I’ve been a frequent supporter of New York based design firm Snarkitecture for a while, truly enjoying their minimal yet clever ideas.
I’ve never personally played Minecraft before but I can certainly appreciate it’s universal appeal. Who doesn’t want to create their own world?
Milanese photographer Lorenzo Pennati caught my eye as I was browsing the other day with his uniquely detailed style.
I can’t say I’m often wowed by flatware. Forks and knives and spoons are supernormal items that we tend to overlook day to day as they serve such a basic purpose.
The new episode of True Detective premiered last night and with it, a beautiful opening title that helps to set the tone and mood of this new universe.
There’s a lot fuss in the realm of food and drinks, particularly around the idea of the “proper way” of doing thins.
There are cool looking bikes and then there’s the BME B-9 NH Black Edition, a carbon fiber bicycle who’s design was inspired by the coolest looking plane ever, the F-117 Nighthawk.
There’s a particular sound of electronic music that I’m attracted to these days, which is a lot less melodic and much more abstract, and the most recent Nicolas Jaar EP really defines this aesthetic for me.
Collaborating with over 20 different animation studios worldwide, Universal Everything has created a living mural on one of the world’s most iconic buildings, the Sydney Opera House.
While this project isn’t exactly new it’s still extremely charming. The duo of Lyon&Lyon have dreamed up the Six Mile Pencil (or if the Ten KM pencil if you’re smart and your country uses the metric system) which is meant to highlight just how much use you can get out of it.
Really enjoying this new project about New York City commuting called Subway Syntax, an ongoing series by HunterGatherer that puts words to your underground feelings about the daily slog.
First there was Justin Bieber slowed down by 800%, creating the most angelic, yoga-appropriate track ever created.
London based design studio Sawdust, made up of Jonathan Quainton and Rob Gonzalez, are leading the way in type design and their new portfolio update proves it.
Following up to my post on Ugmonk and their all black collection is this perfect curation of stationary from the folks at Goodhood.
Sam Valenti, founder of Ghostly Records, wrote a piece on Medium that echoes my thoughts on curation, specifically how important it is to music.