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May 12, 2012

Pleasant Mother’s Day.

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Restricted Movement.

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Share This.Polish photographer Pawel Jaszczuk captures a series of Asian businessmen in an anything but structured state. Jaszczuk’s Stay Still series is an odd collective. We didn’t know exactly what to make of it but we knew it was brilliant. It isn’t like other photographs that depict its subject just laying there and appropriately not giving a shit. The lack of enthusiasm seems more metaphorical. Then again, this could just Read More

A Slumber in the Enchanted Forest.

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Share This.We found this dope Forest Canopy Bed by Anthropologie and despite the $5000+ price tag, we wouldn’t  mind skipping a few meals and turning a few tricks to secure this gorgeous handmade resting place. Made from hand forged iron, this canopy can only make your dreams sweeter. It can take some time to assemble but at least you have a cherished rest to look forward to after you’re done. Read More

Siri, Say What??

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Share This.For all you iPhone owners out there, we know how much Siri has taken the concept of the smart phone to the next level. However, after stumbling upon this video courtesy of Funny or Die we came to realize that like every bit of technology out there, Siri may have still had a few kinks to work out. No pun intended? Racist Siri by Tomm Fondle, Tim Cairo, Jake Gibson, Read More

Volksfaden Fabrics.

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Share This.Volksfaden is an online printed fabric shop but it wasn’t just their collection that grabbed our attention. Their photo collages of prints by various print makers superimposed onto black and white photographs are too cool for art school. The photo collages are done by Katharina Neubert and Linda Gaylord for the selected prints featured, making for one-of-a-kind pop art promotion.