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June 22, 2012

The Evolution of The Coiffure Project.

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Share This.Remember our delightful interview with TYP founder Glenford Nunez? Well, as you can tell, we wholeheartedly stand behind his work and have been doing our best to keep you updated on one of the most poignant photo project of the young decade. More recently we showed you a fresh photo but today we are happy to announce that The Coiffure Project is well on its to becoming a full-on exhibit! Read More

Bon Iver Plays for Keeps.

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Share This.Justine Vernon of Bon Iver has teamed up with conscious shoe company Keep to bring us a wonderfully designed shoe that is being sold for a cause. The Ramos features herringbone accents, a black fishbone detail across the toe, and a canvas upper custom “dyed to a perfect pale salmon.” The proceeds will be donated to the Best Friends Animal Society, an animal advocacy group which operates the nation’s largest Read More

Quite the Bada$$.

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Share This.There’s a violent storm of raw lyricism brewing in rap’s younger generation. We’ve seen it before — somewhere around 94′ — but back then it was perceived as common atmosphere. Those basking in its ambiance and molding its dynamics were never truly aware that it would come to an end. They knew nothing of the nuclear winter that would follow the atom bomb that was “Shiny Suit Rap”. Driven Read More

The Future of Food.

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Share This.What you see is not just a scattered assortment of paper cutouts. What you are looking is The Future of Food, a dazzling series by Zim  & Zou. Lucie Thomas teamed up with Thibault Zimmermann to form Zim & Zou, a French studio based in Nancy that explores different fields including paper sculpture, installation, graphic design, illustration.

Necessary Neglect.

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Share This.“A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd.” – Max Lucado.

The Public Enemy Also Rises.

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Share This.This year is the 25th anniversary of famed sociopolitical rap group Public Enemy. Originating out of Long Island, the group formed back in 1982. Although the group started off as a pseudo collective and didn’t officially become Public Enemy until 1986, Chuck D and company wasted no time in telling it like it is and instilling a sense of sociopolitical awareness that was somewhat absent in hip-hop at the Read More

Julie’s Good Side.

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Share This. Model: Julie Eid Photographer: Emil Monty Freddie Stylist: Fadi Morad Source: Touch Puppet Editorial by Francine Lucas.↓

A Walk Through Wallingford.

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Share This.We here at Quiet Lunch have an insatiable hunger for music. No matter the genre or time period, if one thing is for certain it is that when your ears are graced with a melody that hooks you, you have no choice but to fall victim to it. Mike Mahoney’s Wallingford is a collection that is progressive while giving us that nostalgic feel for the jazz our parents and Read More