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Movement-Minded Suiting by Huez*: The upscale London-based cycling brand’s dapper suit keeps its technical side hidden

Movement-Minded Suiting by Huez*

For all the sartorial advancements in bike commuting apparel, producing a suit that can truly crossover from the bike lane to the boardroom has eluded most designers. Where a taped-seam, zippered pocket or smattering of visible reflectivity (however……

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Web developer creates coolest side project, ever

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Coding isn’t just for pushing pixels, as we discover when we chatted with developer Nathaniel Deal, from Atlanta. Deal is an avid coder, hacker, and maker and he focussed all of his tech skills to on one cool project: an automated Nerf Gun. 




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Toast Magazine: A creative celebration of food and ideas, the new UK magazine is a delightful look at the cultural side of gastronomy

Toast Magazine

You might be thinking the world is already saturated with beautiful, niche print publications glorifying the culinary industry—we know we’ve covered several over the past few years (which still remain worthwhile reads). But UK newcomer Toast has……

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The White Line Fragrance Collection by Odin New York: The NYC-based menswear brand explores its feminine side with a line of deconstructed floral scents for all genders

The White Line Fragrance Collection by Odin New York

Though Odin New York is often touted as a men’s lifestyle boutique, the brand is inching toward the androgynous. This is especially apparent in the cult following of its fragrances, which have developed a unisex fan base despite most often landing……

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Take a walk on the wild side with these wacky animated characters

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Buenos Aires design and motion studio 2viente stepped out of its comfort zone recently to pursue a non-commercial project. The challenge? To bring the work of one of the team’s favourite illustrators to life using cel animation. “We’ve always wanted to work with the artist Juan Molinet,” says animation director Pablo Gostanian. “The idea was to make his characters walk and transform from one to another. When I got in touch and described it to him, he said yes immediately.”




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Nikon’s D750 is a pro-level DSLR with a practical side

What would happen if you pulled some of the best features from Nikon’s D810, and others from the company’s flagship D4S, and put them all inside a smaller, lighter body? You’d get the D750: a new, full-frame DSLR from Nikon that slots in between the D610 and D810. Replacing the finely aged D700, this new camera is actually the lightest among Nikon’s traditional pro series. Weighing a very apt 750g, it’s significantly lighter than both the D4S and D810, and even bests Nikon’s D610 and Canon’s…

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge has a display that curves over one side

Samsung’s newest Note smartphone offers something you probably haven’t seen before: a display that curves over the one edge of the phone. The new phone is being announced today at an event in Berlin, and it’s appropriately being named the Galaxy Note Edge. The curved section of the display, which wraps over the phone’s right edge, appears to operate independently from the main area of the phone, giving users a persistent area from which they can launch apps or view information.

Developing. Check out all the news at our our Samsung IFA liveblog right here.

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Black Crescent’s Boozy Five Dollar Shake: A rich, new cocktail creation from NYC’s Lower East Side

Black Crescent's Boozy Five Dollar Shake


A new drink is gracing the menu of NYC’s cocktail and oyster bar Black Crescent, and there isn’t really anything else out there like it. This new creation from celebrated bartender Michael Reynolds (who’s also one…

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Blu Dot’s Hot Mesh Collection: The Minneapolis-based brand offers a metal mesh side chair for indoor/outdoor enjoyment

Blu Dot's Hot Mesh Collection


Though officially founded in 1997, it seems Minneapolis-based Blu Dot has remained relatively under the radar for some time. In recent years, an audience has steadily grown thanks to a…

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‘Dark Dungeons’ movie shows the sexier side of D&D

Once upon a time, there lived people who were so convinced that Dungeons & Dragons was evil that they came up with cautionary material like this comic, which illustrates the destructive consequences of the hobby. Years later, filmmakers decided to take the next logical step and create a tongue-in-cheek Dark Dungeons: The Movie adaptation.

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