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Hooray! Here is our latest store playlist! It’s really awesome, I think you’ll love it! Enjoy!

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-May 13, 2009, 12:16AM
YES! i discovered so much new amazing music! thanks! =D
Jen -May 09, 2009, 8:52PM
i liked previous playlists better.. this one was more pop, although i did enjoy hearing some rogue wave and shout out louds

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dandelion bed

I just had to post this amazing bed by Margaret Elman. It is antique from the 1930′s, but she reupholstered it with this pretty dandelion fabric! It’s a really interesting look – I like it!
Via Apartment Therapy.

atlantic treefox -May 08, 2009, 10:10PM

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chiara bautista

I’m going crazy over the art of Chiara Bautista! Her work is kind of bizarre, and there is just much to look at within each piece – I’m totally mesmerized! Apparently she also goes by the name Milk, which is the name on her Myspace page. Check it out if any of the work above interests you – there’s a ton of it on there, and in better quality and sizes. Awesome!
Via Neatorama.

georgie -May 10, 2009, 7:31PM
wow, those are really amazing! the second one is my favorite
Alyssa -May 08, 2009, 7:43PM
I'm pretty sure the second piece was inspired by Saint Sebastian, who was martyred by being tied to a tree and shot to death with arrows.

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circle colors

These pretty circles are part of a set by Ben Branagan called Sections & Slices. Don’t you really like them? I sure do! See the rest right here!
Via Oh Joy!

found on the beach

Artists Gilles Cenazandotti and Thierry Lede recently created a new group, Clear Art Planet, whose main mission is to go around the world cleaning up beaches. The awesome pieces above were made with the items they cleaned off of the beach in Cap Corse Corsica. I adore these pieces, they are so beautiful! It’s amazing though that those are just the items from a beach in Corsica! Probably not even close to all of them, in fact… It gets me thinking of all the stuff on the beaches of the world…
You can visit Clear Art Planet’s site, but be warned it’s in French!
Via Les Carnets Du Design. (Which, by the way, is in French and English both.)

Happy Thursday everyone! The week is almost out and it’s time for our Thursday poll!
Last week we looked at some summer scarves, and the favorite was the Patterned Sunstroke Scarf with 152 votes!
This week I’ve been browsing our convertible skirts, and wondering which one you all think is the cutest!
First check out our Tie Dyed Convertible Skirt, worn here as a skirt.

Now have a look at our Overdye Rural Route Convertible Skirt, worn here as a dress. (We have also have this style in a non-overdyed version and different colors here.)

Next up is the Floral Tiered Convertible Skirt, shown here as a skirt and in Deep Sea Combo.
Finally, here is our Waves of Grain Convertible Skirt in Plum and worn as a top!
So, which do you prefer?

shiny bic

I have to have one of these pens! Aren’t they awesome?! These Athas! pens are made in the same shape and style of regular Bic pens, except they are made in your choice of steel, gold, silver, or brass. Since they’re in the style of the regular Bic pen, you can change the ink really easily! I love them!
Via Design Crush.

Shelley -May 07, 2009, 2:58PM
Those are super cool!

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Valentina -May 19, 2009, 8:40PM
this blog is consistently awesome! it's such a great source of inspiration as an artist, and I really love these Office Style segments. such a well-dressed crew!
-May 07, 2009, 1:10PM
Neat pants in the first picture!

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bicycle contrails

This gadget lets cyclists leave a little trail of color everywhere they go! They’re calling it a contrail, and it was designed by Studio Gelardi. The original idea, from their site, as phrased by Doobybrain: By using this device, bicyclists will have a clearer path on which to ride safely and out of the way of vehicular traffic. At the same time, as more bicyclists using the Contrail go over a line created by a cyclist before them, the line gets brighter allowing drivers to clearly see a marked bike path where there might be none. It’s sort of similar to what happens when a dirt path appears in a grassy field after lots of people have taken the same shortcut over a period of time.
It’s a really cool idea- I am hoping people take it up, if only for the pretty colors…
Via Neatorama.

katy -May 12, 2009, 2:22AM
awesome - I've been wanting to invent that for rollerblades - so I can leave art as i skate! :)

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Hanna Müller

These beautiful drawings are by Hanna Müller, who has a really cute story on her blog about how she started drawing: When I grew up I did some serious attempts to write my feelings in a diary, it started off good until my brother ferret out where it was hidden. It didn’t matter how much I tried to hide it, he always found it and spread my most private thoughts to everyone who cared to listen. So I stopped writing my feelings down and started drawing what I felt instead. My pictures became my diary and still are. It feels nice to draw them away. So sweet…
Via Knight Cat.

Elaine -Dec 29, 2010, 4:26PM
She is Incredible
Alice -Dec 02, 2010, 6:15PM
I want to draw like this some day ! :)

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Check out this super cute new video from Company of Thieves! It’s a take on some of the scenes from Rushmore which is fun, and the lead-singer Genevieve is wearing a Free People top for a lot of the video too! Enjoy!

VenomTPH -Jun 07, 2009, 2:56PM
Sucha good band! Im obsessed with watchin this video too...the way they did it is funny as hell and the songs amazing!
itssubjunctive -May 26, 2009, 3:55AM
This is a great music video, on music (obviously) but also in style and concept. One thing that I particularly like about it is that seeing Rushmore is not necessary for enjoyment. So many times music videos play tribute to other videos or films but unless you've seen what they are referencing, the video means nothing. This on the other hand actually does operate on two levels.

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josh keyes

I just spent way too long looking at every painting on Josh Keyes’ site, and after I post this I’ll probably go back to look some more! I can’t put my finger on what I like so much about his work, but I really really do! His acrylic paintings are strangely beautiful, and I love the subject matter and message. If you check out his paintings, try starting at the bottom! His older work is at the bottom and it’s cool to see the work develop.
Via FFFFound.

Christina -May 06, 2009, 2:10PM
I had the lucky chance to see some of his work in person at the David B. Smith gallery in Denver. I couldn't even believe how detailed it was. He has a few paintings that are more grungy/urban rather than nature focused, and in those he uses these little shocks of neon that I love.

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