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August 20, 2012

Skulduggery.

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Share This.Like most of us, Calgary born artist Maskull Lasserre doesn’t read the manual. But unlike any of us, he puts them in a vice grip and makes extraordinary art out of them. Carved from old software manuals, Lasserre’s Incarnate (Three Degrees of Certainty II) is a unique piece of work that exudes great innovation and skill.   On his inspiration: “My inspiration is the unexpected potential of the most common Read More

Repel with Liquipel.

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Share This.It’s about to be 2013 and anyone who watched television 20 years ago is fully aware that we should be piloting flying cars by now. To add to insult, not only are we unable to pilot our own flying cars, we can’t even text while showering! But thanks to the folks at Liquipel, only the latter half of that previous statement was untrue. Through the miracle of nano-technology, you Read More

Keeping Track of Your Ideas.

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Share This.You are fucking brilliant and when it comes to writing down your fucking brilliant ideas, just any old notebook will not do! We can’t all get our hands on 15th century parchment but the awesome book below is just as good. Made by Sparrow Nest Script, this Idea Notebook can even be customized to your liking!

The Universal Manifesto.

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Share This.We’re sure that most of you, through the interconnectedness of social media, have laid eyes on the Manifesto at least once. The Manifesto has been viewed over 80,000,000 times. Designed by Rachel Beresh, the Manifesto is now printed on 100% cotton.

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ August 20th, 2012. – August 26th, 2012.

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Share This.This week’s cover features the artwork of Sienna Freeman; we have a digital sit-down with Freeman to ask her about her inspiration and the process of her work. The issue also see a few words from artists Maskull Lasserre and Allan Innman! Unflinchingly Yours, Quiet Lunch Staff. Stay Tuned!

Gibsons Gets Stitches.

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Share This.Nothing says “I’m a down to earth douchebag” like a charming piece of embroidery. No but really, embroidery is a cool way to give your place a homemade feel. Sam Gibson‘s stitched illustrations are like toasty cups of tea on a Fall afternoon, delightfully cool and soul warming. All of her embroideries are handmade from her own original illustrations. We caught with with Gibson after a case of mistaken Read More