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November 1, 2012

Something Concrete.

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Share This.Austrian artist, Anatol Knotek, has created some rather strong pieces that strive off of cryptic simplicity. An ongoing body of work titled, Concrete Poetry, Knotek’s pieces are a brilliant display of typography.

The Recovery Begins.

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Share This.If you live in the Northeastern area of the United States, Hurricane Sandy may have had a great affect you and/or your neighbors–and it is only right that you get access to the best news sources and updates to inform you on how to get help. In an effort to provide that vital information, Quiet Lunch has provided a modest guide that will help with most general questions and Read More

Times Are Rough.

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Share This.If you haven’t yet heard, times are rough. Designers are getting ready for fashion week and fitting it in where they can. Collaborations are a thing of the now with designers launching ready to wear lines, giving way to a genre known as “speed to market.” This week MMM launched for H&M, and now Target is partnering up with Prabal Gurung for a limited edition line. The collection will Read More

Ich Bin Atheist.

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Share This.Religious people have sandals, but what do atheists have? Aha, sneakers! Brainchild of Ich Bin Atheist founder, David Bonney, the Ich Bin Atheist shoe is a simple but elegant sneakers that is made for feller/lady who believes in nothing. Accent with a conspicuous black circle that is jokingly said to be an invitation to emptiness, the shoe comes in fifteen varieties. Find them →here!←