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  • Nautical Anchors
    This set of hand-illustrated nautical anchor silhouettes was originally hand drawn with a pencil, the old fashioned way. The result is a natural hand crafted feel to the anchors. […]

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  • Potalaka Collections Vect
    You too can now protect the dharma in many artful ways with Potalaka, a collection of over 60 beautiful, intricate Tibetan-themed vector illustrations. Spanning the continent, from their Himalayan roo […]

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Suprb

Andreas updates Suprb with some nice clean navigation and new work. For sure something to check out!

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Canadian photographer Hamish Grant found a treasure of mid-century posters and is now sharing.

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Bangers and Splash

Apparently they just wanted a shot of the beer splashing a bit as the mugs hit. Didn’t expect the entire thing to shatter. Another reason why I love flickr.

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Andre Avelas (960 Earphones)

Andre Avelas says “in case you wondering, 960 earphones work as speakers, 40 as microphones, making a feedback loop you could control on the mixer. Another unpredicted but welcomed sound source was some white noise from a fucked up amplification circuit I built.” Via Flickr

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The Candy Store!

If you’ve been wondering where you can get that neato Surface to Air hoodie or other rare and wonderful clothing delights then look no further. San Francisco loves candy.

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Frida Kahlo Minneapolis

This Saturday is FREE at the Walker Arts Center (Minneapolis) and they are having all kinds of things going on for the Frida Kahlo show. I am playing latin disco for kids of all ages from 10am-3pm. Caliente!

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I have always really liked Jim Flora‘s work. Like most people, I learned about him by record shopping. It really is amazing how many awesome people have done lp covers in the past. One of those people that seem to be more relevant today than they were back then, is Jim Flora. Especially since there […]

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“A contemporary grotesque ornamental typeface inspired by ‘The Unfinished Body’ – a quote taken from Mikhail Bakhtin. The alphabet compares our with medieval folk culture where life and death was the same thing and always happened simultaneously. Bakhtin argues that the grotesque ornament was the ultimate symbol for this where human, animal and plant form […]

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