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August 24, 2012

Getting Free.

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Share This.We’ve featured a number of collage artists as of late but none are more unique than Sienna Freeman. The Philly based artist doesn’t exactly stick out like a sore thumb but possesses an elegant macabre that surely sets her apart from her peers. Freeman’s work is unshackled. It does what it wants, when it wants. But despite its untamed nature, her work isn’t an act of rebellion. The freedom Read More

Get a Job, Dirtbag!: Five Ways to Tell If You Need to Clean Up Your Act.

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Share This.Light years away from pastel suits and pornstaches, most of today’s young American males are sporting a style that we’ve tastefully dubbed Filthy Hipster Chic. The style is deceptively simplistic. Your family and peers assume that it consists of not doing your laundry for months and going without a shower for days on end–little do they know, plenty of work goes into looking like you don’t give a shit. Read More

Far From (Laff)able.

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Share This.Xénia Laffely, a recent graduate, just unveiled her highly colorful and charmingly conceptual 2012 men’s collection titled “Bearded Faces”. Laffely meld the world of illustration and fashion, giving way to an innovation experience that only enhances the presence of the line. See more → here! ← Laffely explains: “Bearded faces. The father in classic suits and the religious man in ceremonial dress. They have haunted me through the process of this collection. I borrowed Read More

The Hall of Broken Heroes.

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Share This.The Broken Heroes series by Patricia Waller is hard to take seriously but the twisted humor of it all definitely has some significance. See more → here ←.

The Pie Hole: A Different Kind of Traitor.

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Share This.Here’s a great recipe to try this weekend. Poached from The Aimless Chef, this recipe sees an Asian spin on a breakfast classic. Instead of our usual boring recipes where you have to read, we fetched an easy step-by-step video from The Aimless Chef himself! Japanese Eggs Benedict.↓

All Gummed Up.

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Share This.The Gummibaeren series by Florian Knapp plays a sweet game with defenseless gummi bears; the result is a adorable personification of inanimate food.

Is That You, Amelia?

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Share This.Forty-two years ago on August 24, 1945, a telegram was sent via U.S. Naval Radio that relayed personal messages from civilian internees liberated from Weihsien Internment Camp located in present-day Weifang, Shangdong, China. These very brief messages usually gave a few words of reassurance “…family all well…,” “Advise Mother all concentration camp liberated…,” “Health perfect spirits high,” and then signed by the internee. However, one is very unusual.  Found on page 10 it Read More

In the Red.

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Share This.   Models: Max Papendieck and Don Dachuan Photographer: Alvin Kean Wong Magazine: Men’s Folio Singapore Stylist: Wei Lun