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  • How to feed the world

    As the world battles to cope with the economic challenges of recent times, life’s essentials are coming under the microscope and it seems we are finally taking a closer look at what we are eating. Books like Eric Schlosser’s brilliant Fast Food Nation and films such as Food Inc., by director Robert Kenner, has done […]

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  • The Commuter range by Levi’s

    Urban fashion icon Levi’s recently added their weight behind the worldwide bicycle commuting explosion by introducing The Commuter, a range of jeans (and a jacket) specifically designed with the urban commuter’s needs in mind. While bikes may be lovingly referred to as steeds, urban commuting is certainly no pony ride, with rain, dirt, and the […]

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  • The Black Keys – El Camino

    It took me a while to muster up the courage to write about the new Black Keys album, El Camino. So smitten was I with the album that something so good and exhilarating could come out so late in the year, that I feared my review would foam at the mouth like a screaming tweenage […]

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  • ilovedust’s new office interior

    UK-based design boutique ilovedust is one of my favourite design studios. Revered for their amazing illustration and animation work, they operate from two studios, one in London and the other in Southsea, Hampshire, where they produce work for some high-profile clients such as Nike, MTV Networks and Ray-Ban. They recently relocated their London-based studio to […]

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  • Ryan Adams – Ashes & Fire

    Arguable one of the most prolific writers of his generation, Ryan Adams is the Alt-country poster boy that not only lived up to all expectations but has superseded it with an enormous wealth of quality work that even the most optimistic hype-mongers of the day could not have produced. Having released more than 15 critically […]

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  • Nike Dunk NG Golf Shoes

    When you think of golf shoes, two-toned bowling shoes and mono-toned dress shoes come to mind. For a long time this sport of previously esteemed gentlemen had some rather strict dress codes, eagerly enforced by country clubs dead set on upholding the exclusivity of the sport. But with the rapid rise of golf’s popularity, so […]

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  • Diesel Rock Lamp

    Never before have I been captivated by a piece of furniture as I have been with the Rock lamp by Diesel (with Foscarini). I know-I know, I completely missed it when the lamp was released in 2010, but like all good design, it thankfully doesn’t age very quickly. Redemption. I spotted this lamp about a […]

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