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September 6, 2012

Certain Type of Painting.

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Share This.Painter Tyree Callahan modified a 1937 Underwood Standard typewriter, replacing the letters and keys with color pads and hued labels to create a conceptual piece dubbed the Chromatic Typewriter. Callahan submitted the beautiful typewriter as part of the 2012 West Prize competition, an annual art prize that’s determined by popular vote.

The Grind.

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Share This.In Jonathan Schipper‘s To Dust, two sculptures are hung from a mechanism that gently grinds them into each other. The sculptures will slide against one another for many years creating new unimagined form. What you are seeing are detailed images of the sculptures but, unfortunately, the mechanism that is 9 feet above is not in any of the photos.

Think Yarn and Benetton Pops Up.

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Share This.Tonight marks the beginning of New York’s Fashion Night Out and being the Quiet Lunch is mainly an art oriented publication, we found the perfect place that integrates both. Tucked in Soho, New York City, the United Colors of Benetton pop-up combines contemporary art, design and lucrative fashions. “Here you will find a world of knit, color and creativity – the definitive story of the Benetton brand.  The converted Read More

The Pie Hole: Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken.

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Share This.Beach weather is practically over and done with and it is now time to get fat to avoid freezing to death in the winter. Yep, your yearning for the warm sun of yesterseason will soon be nullified by invitation of fatty comfort foods and hearty beverages (cheeseburger shake, anyone?). In an attempt to get a jump on the predicted gorging, we took a look at The Cupcake Project and found a cool reinvention Read More

Warm Graham Crackers.

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Share This.Fall isn’t coming for another two weeks but we can already feel the crisp air creeping and we can already see the first leaves beginning to turn. The anticipation of Fall has us swooning and so does the work of Graham Franciose. The red bearded illustrator creates wonderful pieces that embody a warm, almost melancholic, sincerity.

Mr. Jefferson Hack x Tod’s.

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Share This.Crafted Mr. Jefferson Hack in collaboration with Tod’s, the No_Code collection‘s textured-leather desert boots are a simplistically cool pair of shoes that avoid screaming for attention. Smartly finished with a striped rubber sole, these shoes are perfect for that casual Fall look.