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Dieter de Lathauwer: Gran Canaria

Dieter de Lathauwer: Gran Canaria

Two from a series of images of Gran Canaria by photographer Dieter de Lathauwer.

Via Reform.

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Ben Patio: Stair

Stair by Ben Patio.

Via Reform.

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Qui Yang

Just one from the folio of photographer, Qui Yang.

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Blackbird: Lucky 13 guitar

Blackbird: Lucky 13 guitar

Thanks to Sonia for giving me the heads up on the beautiful range of carbon fibre guitars from Blackbird.

Of these, I am most drawn to the acoustic, Lucky 13. I just love the mix of traditional styling with 21st century carbon fibre technology.

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Naty Chabanenko x Derek Kettela

Naty Chabanenko x Derek Kettela

Naty Chabanenko photographed by Derek Kettela for ROUGE magazine, with art direction by Antoine Neufmars.

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Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder (1898 – 1976) was an American sculptor and artist most famous for inventing the mobile. In addition to mobile and stable sculpture, Calder also created paintings, lithographs, toys, tapestry, jewelry and household objects. These examples are taken from a couple of nice collections to be found here and here.

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QWSTION Backpack

QWSTION Backpack

QWSTION Backpack

With the look of a bag, but the function of a backpack, not to mention a stitched-in neoprene laptop pocket and numerous seamlessly integrated easy-access compartments, this classic backpack from QWSTION sure is both a good-looking and versatile piece of luggage.

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Swim

Via Buamai.

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Prouvé RAW

Prouvé RAW

Prouvé RAW is a newly interpreted collection of furniture classics by French designer and artisan Jean Prouvé, in a collaboration between G-Star and Vitra.

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8mm of Love

Formed from an 8mm cut length of heart-shaped gold extrusion, threaded on a simple cord, 8mm of Love by Otto Kunzli, is a witty comment on that universal symbol of love, the heart.

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