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September 19, 2012

Road Kill Proof.

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Share This.Backpacks are usually cumbersome if your mode of transport has 2 wheels. And who wants to look like a messenger everyday on their way to work or their next class? So we were kind of giddy when we came across a dope shell shaped back pack. ↓ Cyclus Pangolin .↓ This brain bucket will definitely give you a modern futuristic look while contributing to the green movement. Not only is Read More

Smoke ‘Em Out!

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Share This.Smith Journal collaborated with renowned Victorian grower, gatherer, hunter and cook Rohan Anderson to build a pioneer-style cold smokehouse on his property just outside Ballarat. This short film by Melbourne-based production studio Commoner captures the vision of the smokehouse build and the story of Anderson’s motivation. A step-by-step account of the process is featured in Smith Journal volume four, on sale now. More info here.

Cloud Over Calgary.

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Share This.Calgary based artist and filmmaker Caitlind Brown created a whimsical installation for this year’s Nuit Blanche in Calgary, which took place a few nights ago. Simply titled, Cloud, the installation is made from 5,000 reappropriated domestic light bulbs. Participants are allowed to walk through a shower of rain-like pull string switches and illuminate the cloud at their on will. More info here.

Nesting Made Easy.

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Share This.French designers Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety have created ‘Nestrest’, an outdoor pod for contemporary brand, Dedon. The Nestrest sits on the ground or hangs from a tree, creating a safe and comfortable environment for its users. One of Dedon’s signature pieces, it brings the user closer to nature while still providing some much needed shelter. To enjoy this organic contraption, click →here←.

Wallowing in Ashes.

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Share This.“The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn…”  - Jean-Louis “Jack” Kerouac

275 Days and Counting.

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Share This.Artist David Leitner is using his 275 Days project as a way to improve his artistic skills. From what we’re seeing here, Leitner’s artistic skills need no improving.

Salty About It.

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Share This.Salt installation artist Motoi Yamamoto frequently creates awe inspiring works that seem almost impossible to make. The labyrinth being shown today was done at Bellevue Arts Museum over a one week period (Feb 27 – Mar 4, 2012) for the exhibition “Making Mends” which went on view March 1 – May 27, 2012.

In the Navy.

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Share This.Kilo Kish recently released some kaleidoscopic visuals for her single “Navy”. Directed by Ben Rayner and Kish herself, the video turns Gotham City into a tasty dreamscape and even sees a cameo from Jessie Boykins III. Preorder the physical “12 →here← and get it digitally →here←.