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Wizards of the Coast artist paints a woman warrior the Applibot way

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Demon stopper Oliveira is a character created for the mobile card game Legend of the Cryptids, developed by the Japanese publisher Applibot.




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Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel and Spa on the Amalfi Coast: A former convent converted into a lavish 20-room resort, this Italian sanctuary is blessed with heavenly views

Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel and Spa on the Amalfi Coast

by Kelly Phillips Badal

Vacationing in a former convent may sound a bit austere—that is, until you experience Monastero Santa Rosa on Italy’s famous Amalfi Coast. This monastery-turned-hotel offers all the peaceful seclusion the sisters enjoyed……

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Levi’s California + Alternative, Beams and Pendleton: An eclectic holiday capsule paying homage to ’60s West Coast style with a touch of Japanese influence

Levi's California + Alternative, Beams and Pendleton


Building on their impressive offering of limited garments in 2014, the newly minted Levi’s California label comes correct for a limited holiday capsule collection featuring collaborations with Japan’s beloved …

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Warby Parker, Venice: The eyewear company’s first freestanding West Coast store opens in Los Angeles’ famed beachfront neighborhood

Warby Parker, Venice


Though the Venice boardwalk may once have been the place to see the eclectic beach town, Abbot Kinney Boulevard has become the go-to destination for shopping and eating, making it the perfect location for Warby Parker’s…

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Lomography x Nixon: Analog Russia : A chilling surf trip to the country’s northeast coast, captured in film by surfers and photographers alike

Lomography x Nixon: Analog Russia


In the northeast corner of Russia lies the Kamchatka Peninsula. As beautiful as it is barren, the remote and harsh landscape is sparsely populated and surely an acquired taste for the small but steady number of adventure-seekers that visit year-round. The summers are…

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Leah Ball Ceramics: Influenced by the Pacific Coast, the artist’s porcelain wares reflect the colors and lines of the ocean

Leah Ball Ceramics


Chicago-based Leah Ball stumbled on the second half of her business almost by accident. After apprenticing at a bronze foundry and then starting her own );…

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Koffi & Diabaté: The Ivory Coast architects, urban planners and developers that are boldly forging the future of urban Africa

Koffi & Diabaté


Urbanization has gone from global phenomenon to the source of increasingly vital environmental, social, political and economic issues. In Africa, movement to urban centers has skyrocketed in the past decades with central planners unable and sometimes unwilling to plan for the future. Based…

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Jacobsen Salt Co. Licorice : A new take on the European classic features salt harvested from the Oregon coast and natural ingredients

Jacobsen Salt Co. Licorice


To call salty licorice an acquired taste is an understatement. Even in Northern Europe, where salty licorice reigns supreme over the red Twizzlers variety, it’s still a polarizing treat. Upon returning from Scandinavia (and developing a taste for the salty treat), the crew…

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Truce Designs: A surfing sailor who sews bags from pre-consumer recycled materials and scraps from Coast Guard uniforms

Truce Designs


Dry suit fabric and sailcloth are among mankind’s sturdiest manufactured materials, designed to hold up under some of the wildest conditions the ocean has to offer. So what happens to all the scraps that don’t end up in a Coast Guard airman’s kit,…

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East Coast Vs West Coast : Designers

         
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