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Ceramics

Ceramics

First developed out of utilitarian necessity, pottery is one of the oldest known art forms. The methodology of working with ceramics has changed little over the millennia, with the basic principles that were invented thousands of years ago still being used today. It is an aged and beautiful craft that can be used for functional […]

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Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

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Ryan McGinness

Ryan McGinness

Ryan McGinness is a New York-based visual artist whose large scale paintings draw heavy influence from the surf and skate culture of his hometown of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Known for his intricately layered pieces, McGinness weaves together the visual language of contemporary iconography, corporate logos, and public signage, creating abstract pieces that have established him […]

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Mansur Gavriel

Mansur Gavriel

Hallmarked by simplicity, Mansur Gavriel was conceived in a manner that was any-thing but. Rachel Mansur and Floriana Gavriel first met in 2010 at a concert in Los Angeles. The two became immediate friends and found commonality in the flower market they visited together the following day. Their shared appreciation of understated beauty and mutual […]

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Future Food

Future Food

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John Malinoski

John Malinoski

John Malinoski is deliberate, from his calculated speech, to his intensity in the classroom, to his thoughtfully restrained use of color and form. His lifestyle and work playfully coexist within an established set of parameters, making it difficult to tell which reflects which. John is a designer, a poet, a novice beekeeper, a puppet maker, an […]

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White Out

White Out

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Beeing

Beeing

David Stover caught his first swarm in the middle of a busy street. On a quiet spring morning, as he and his wife were on their way home from the farmer’s market, their car drove through a slow moving cloud of buzzing insects, a honey bee colony on the move. David, still a novice beekeper, […]

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Goat Cheese, Honey & Bread

Goat Cheese, Honey & Bread

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Han Kjøbenhavn

Han Kjøbenhavn

First conceived in 2008 in Copenhagen, Denmark, Han Kjøbenhavn initially started as a sunglass line. After immediate success, lifelong friends Tim Hancock and Jannik Davidsen quickly expanded their brand and launched their first apparel line in 2009. Aimed at men, the line follows the designers’ Danish ideology, simple but innovative pieces with a clean Scandinavian […]

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City Happy

City Happy

How do you build the perfect city? Urban wellness depends on a complex mixture of transportation systems, public health, and food planning, and there are often many factors standing in the way. Between regional politics, narrow-minded voting blocks, economic downturn, and uncompromising geography, the deck is stacked against the happily satisfied urban community. Despite all […]

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Iceland

Iceland

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Landon Metz

Landon Metz

I first met Landon Metz at an opening in September of 2011, less than a week after moving to New York from Chicago. At the time, he was receiving a lot of attention for a series of works rendered in enamel on unprimed canvas—gestural, highly tactile abstract paintings that made clear references to people like […]

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Études

Études

Études Studio is an art collective, creative studio, fashion label, and clothing line based in Paris and New York.

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West Of Marseille

West Of Marseille

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Belmont Butchery

Belmont Butchery

Tanya Cauthen is the proprietor of Belmont Butchery, a European-style storefront butcher shop in Richmond, Virginia specializing in locally and naturally raised hand-cut, house-cured meats.

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Studio Nicholson

Studio Nicholson

British designer Nick Wakeman’s obsession with fabrics and fascination with the sensible, clean tailoring of menswear drive the aesthetic of her line, Studio Nicholson. Taking cues from the boys, Nick has created the antithesis of the frivolous trends and transience that have become familiar aspects of women’s fashion. Her work encourages us to slow down […]

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Dusk—Dawn

Dusk—Dawn

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Japan

Japan

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Bike Polo

Bike Polo

Two teams, two goals, one ball, lots of bikes and mallets. Simple? No. Fun? Yes. This is Bike Polo.

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