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August 28, 2012

In Between the Books.

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Share This.Check these cool handmade bookmarks by Olena Mysnyk of MyBookmark in Kiev, Ukraine. Funny story, Olena is actually an architect by trade but somehow fell in the world of handmade bookmark making.

Tree Crossing.

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Share This.Jody Xiong of DDB China has teamed up with the China Environmental Protection Foundation to create a useful outdoor campaign that lends a subtle visual reminder of the environmental benefits of walking versus driving. Dubbed the Green Pedestrian Crossing, Xiong laid out an enormous white canvases with a bare tree and proceeded to place them across 132 crosswalks in 15 Chinese cities. As pedestrians crossed their shoe soles were imprinted with a small Read More

Full Moon in the Room.

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Share This.Why should you have to wait for a full moon? Why should you have to wait to see something so beautiful and awe inspiring? Then again, whoever is lucky to own a Luminous Full Moon Credenza shouldn’t have to worry about this problem. A striking credenza, with a photo-realistic, luminous image of the moon printed on its surface. Coated with ELI (Eco Light Inside), an eco-friendly material developed by Read More

PROJECT/reed.

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Share This.jeffstaple is at it again with the newly unveiled PROJECT/reed. PROJECT/reed was an installation created for the PROJECT tradeshow in Las Vegas and curated by jeffstaple and Reed Space.  The exhibit was conceptualized as an archive of highly-coveted limited edition releases from the street culture world displayed as artifacts in a museum. “One of the things I wanted to address in PROJECT/reed was bringing the virtual and the digital Read More

Inside the HBO New York International Latino Film Festival 2012.

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Share This.Quiet Lunch headed to the annual HBO New York International Latino Film Festival for the premiere of Lemon, a documentary about the Tony Award Winning poet, Lemon Andersen. The tale of Lemon Andersen is a prolific one. Born and raised on the streets of Brooklyn, Andersen is a three time felon who has endured hardships through his undying love of the spoken word. Produced by Russell Simmons, directed by Read More

Welcome, Nomi!

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Share This.Say hello to our modest photographic genius, Nomi Ellenson. A California native turned Gotham shutterbug, Ellenson has a warm spirit and soft demeanor that pleasantly translates through her brilliant photography. Lending her talents to the likes of Inked Girls Magazine, the Liam McMullan Company and the Huffington Post, Quiet Lunch is more than fortunate to have her on board. You can read more on Nomi and see more of Read More

Art Rejex.

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Share This.Brooklyn rapper Joey Bada$$ is feeding the masses another brilliant serving of well done tunes. The material isn’t exactly new but it is certainly new to us. Titled Rejex, the project consist of songs that didn’t make the cut for the epic 1999. “1999 Rejex is a compilation of tracks that didn’t make it to my debut mixtape 1999(obviously). I decided to put this project together because I have a lot of Read More