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August 6, 2012

Back-to-Schoolesque.

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Share This.Some of us may be done with the whole Back-to-School season but there’s no reason why we can’t revel in the nostalgia. Check out these Embroidered Lined Paper Laptop Cases, iPad Cases, Zippered Pouches and Cushions by Heather Shaw of Pilosale in Toronto, Canada.

Breakthrough.

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Share This.Sculptor John von Bergen is a welder of sorts — and when we say this, we aren’t specifically speaking of iron or any other metal. John von Bergen is welder of realities, seamlessly melding them together to create one grand misconception.

A Seat by the Sea.

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Share This. The ‘Sea Chair’ is made entirely from plastic recovered from our oceans. Together, Studio Swine and Kieren Jones have created devices to collect and process marine debris into a series of stools. The United Nation estimates the world’s oceans to contain some 100 million tons of plastic. As our society’s consumption grows, the concentration of plastic increases. Harvesting this plastic they have made the first Sea Chair which has been launched at Milan Furniture Read More

Always Say Never.

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Share This.“My attitude is never to be satisfied, never enough, never.” - Duke Ellington.