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August 14, 2012

Mr. Smith & His Peach Pits.

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Share This.One year ago, I came across a picture of Roger Smith, showing him towering over his diorama of a baseball stadium. Spectators lined the balsa wood bleachers and players covered the felt field. Each person – there were more than a hundred in all – was meticulously carved from the pit of a peach. I was at the opening of an exhibit showing portraits of rural and traditional artists Read More

Just In Time.

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Share This.“If there are no stupid questions, then what kind of questions do stupid people ask? Do they get smart just in time to ask questions?” – Scott Adams.

I’ll Tumblr for Ya: Everyday Posters for Everyday People.

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Share This.Welcome to I’ll Tumblr for Ya! When we’re not out and about flashing our genitals and giving babies the finger, we can usually be found perusing Tumblr. So, in an effort to highlight all that is Tumblrrific, we decided to showcase a chosen Tumblr page every week. I’ll Tumblr for Ya will include pictures, a few facts about the about the page/owner and some keywords that define exactly what Read More

Topshop x Opening Ceremony.

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Share This.Although this past weekend saw an end to the London 2012 Olympic Games, we are still raving over the Olympic inspired collaboration between Topshop and Opening Ceremony. The two have teamed up to create a capsule collection featuring clean tops, shorts and skirts in traditional Union Jack colours. The collection was launched at the recently opened OC pop-up in London and is now available from Topshop as well, both Read More

Courtesy of NASA, You’re Welcome.

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Share This.Most of us don’t give a shit about space. It’s all the way up there, we’re all the way down here and somewhere along the line there’s a disconnect. It is this common disconnect that causes many of us to wrongfully shun NASA and its spending habits. The recent landing of the MSL Curiosity on Mars has caused controversy about NASA’s budget. Many people are upset that NASA’s mandate Read More

Consuming Consumerism.

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Share This.Photographer Linus Morales has taken the depiction of consumerism to whole other level. Morales’ FabFood Project shows an assorted selection of everyday food transmuted into high fashion delicacies. The work is currently on displayed at Saatchi Gallery in London.

Eddie Money.

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Share This.The duo at Yum Yum have some brand designs. Simply dubbed the Bear Toy Design, these new figurines are uniquely comical and generally adorable. Each has somewhat of a summer motif and come with their own appropriate accessory. Who’s your favorite?

Dabbling in the Night Sky.

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Share This.Massachusetts based artist Dan McCarthy captures and starry night sky in these brilliant set of illustrations. With endearing titles like “Up Above the World So High” and “He Left Yesterday Behind Him”, McCarthy pieces almost make us want to give up the bright city lights for the twinkling country stars.