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An Already Present Future.

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Share This.The method, and manner, in which we process information has changed drastically over the last few decades. With entities like Google and Wikipedia, knowledge (both official and unofficial) has been conveniently placed at everyone’s fingertips–and in the process, books have become fairly obsolete. Based in the United Kingdom, Kyle Bean has birthed a concept piece that touches on that very same phenomena. The Future of Books is a satirical demonstration of how Read More

Dude Looks Like a Cat Lady.

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Share This.Men are beholden to a certain crop of unspoken rules–especially when it comes to their manhood. It can be very restricting at times, moments will arise where they have to question whether or not they are being man enough. For example, is it okay to buy three cats within one week? Does that still make you a man or a cat lady? Will they still get laid or do Read More

Blooming Good Bookcase.

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Share This.The duo at Raw Edges have done it again. Commissioned by the British Council to hold the literary works by Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists list, the Bloom bookcase is made to resemble a loom but functions like a bookcase–hence the name Bloom. It was shown at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile during Milan’s design week earlier this month.

A Whole Other Bracket.

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Share This.Not into the traditional, but often overly dramatic bookends? Well, instead of a lion’s paw or a griffin’s snout, Design Atelier Article is offering a more subtle, and literary approach. The Bookends Brackets are perfect for any bookworm who is looking to add an interesting touch to his/her library. Get them → here. ←

Great Lawn of Know-How.

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Share This.The growth of knowledge is very much a figurative concept. Fortunately for us, Yuruliku has created GreenMarker bookmarks that allow you to see a wealth of knowledge grow before you like a lush lawn of know-how. Get yours →here←.  

A Meal Fit for a Holden.

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Share This.On this day in 1951, J.D. Salinger’s classic novel, The Catcher in the Rye, was published. The novel, centered around troubled 16-year-old Holden Caulfield, expressed common feelings of teenage angst and a resistance to growing up. The photo below is taken from Fictitious Dishes, a series of meals from novels cooked and photographed by graphic artist Dinah Fried. This particular meal can be found in The Catcher in the Rye. After his disaster Read More

Book ‘Em, Danno!: On the Charts.

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Share This.Welcome to Book ‘Em, Danno!:…, a segment where we suggest a favorably organized group of words that have been conveniently placed into book form. We haven’t necessarily read these books but we have seen them on a shelf somewhere before. I Love Charts.↓ Where words fail, charts do wonders. Cody Westphal and Jason Oberholtzer, the creators of the I Love Charts tumblr, know this all too well. Their new book I Love Read More

Book ‘Em, Danno!: Filling Page Space.

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Share This.Pharrell Williams is most arguably one of the most influential producers, designers, musicians of our generation, but even the Renaissance Man of the millennium gives props to those who have influenced him. His new book, Pharrell: Places and Spaces I’ve Been, is a cumulative scrapbook of his life experience packaged into one dope coffee table book. It said to be available this coming Fall. “This is a coffee table style book which Read More