13.06.14 by Jeff

Jordan Kasey

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Paintings by artist Jordan Kasey. More below.

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12.06.14 by Jeff

Alex Kanevsky

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Paintings by Alex Kanevsky. Previously featured here. More below.

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12.06.14 by Jeff

Gorgeous Soft Pastel Drawings of the Maldives by Artist Zaria Forman

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A couple years ago I posted about Zaria Forman’s stunning soft pastel drawings of Greenland (see here), her latest series features The Maldives. More process images and other finished works below!

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12.06.14 by Jeff

Stella Berkofsky

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Photos by Stella Berkofsky. More below.

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12.06.14 by Jeff

“Dossier Sac” by Knauf and Brown

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Vancouver-based designers, Knauf and Brown, have just released a new product called the “Dossier Sac”. In the same way they updated the classic folding chair with their “Profile Chair” Calen Knauf and Conrad Brown have breathed new life into a simple drawstring bag.

The Dossier features a main body of 3mm black Horween leather, with ballistic nylon drawstring closure. The handle/strap is made from a single piece of black static climbing rope that passes through a small 5mm vegetable tan leather loop.

More images below (photos by photographer Jennilee Marigomen).

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11.06.14 by Jeff

Daniel Catalano

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Paintings by artist Daniel Catalano. More below.

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11.06.14 by Jeff

Trailer: “Inside”

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I am not a gamer by any stretch of the imagination but I do like puzzles. A few years ago a Danish publisher called Playdead released an indie puzzle game called “Limbo” that completely blew my mind. It was kinda dark, with beautifully stylized animation, and insanely difficult puzzles. The game really struck a chord, won all kinds of awards, and scored 10/10 on many sites. (If you have an iPad, you should get this game for your next flight.)

Playdead has just released a trailer for their new game “Inside” and it looks spectacular. I probably won’t post about video games too often but this is a work of art. I kinda wish it was a movie; I don’t even own an Xbox. Watch the trailer below.

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