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Prismic: invite-only music and fashion publication

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By Jeremy Fall in Tech on Saturday 24 November 2012

Prismic is an invite-only music and fashion publication, which I’m the founder and editor-in-chief of. Launching in 2013, Prismic will cater to a younger demographic that is passionate about culture and a high end lifestyle by showcasing an inside look into the process behind creating art. This concept will offer a new digital format that […]

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CT Zip Hi: new Converse design by John Varvatos

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By Jeremy Fall in New Fashion on Wednesday 14 November 2012

I’ve always been a fan of John Varvatos’ collaboration with Converse, and the new CT Zip Hi model might just be at the top of my favorite list. The 100 percent black leather pair is topped off with brushed metal laces and a vintage Chucks sole. The model also belongs to the high-top family and holds a zipper across the back.

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Rolex redo their famous Explorer II model

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By Jeremy Fall in New Products on Wednesday 14 November 2012

I’ve always been a huge fan of watches, especially vintage Rolexes. This year, Rolex decided to redo their Explorer II model and it reminds me of one of my favorite vintage models, the Steve McQueen Explorer II. There’s no doubt that the throwback trend has been going strong for a while in many different industries, and I’m happy that Rolex has decided to jump on the bandwagon by honoring its roots.

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Cool Leaf Touchscreen Keyboard by Minebea

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By Jeremy Fall in Tech on Tuesday 13 November 2012

I’m a huge sucker for tech and design and love when innovators come up with ways to revamp traditional items and make them revolutionary. This Cool Leaf Touchscreen Keyboard looks like it should be in a window display at the Guggenheim, plus it has individual backlights behind every key and beeps every time you successfully click. There are tons of adjustable settings to control sensitivity and a mirror-like surface that allows you to easily clean it anytime.

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Secret Elevator Bookshelf by Machine Project

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By Jeremy Fall in New Design on Tuesday 13 November 2012

This is by far the coolest bookshelf that I’ve ever seen. Machine Project has found a way to solve the problem of having furniture invade too much space by making it retract in to the ground. Aside from the cool aesthetics and fun factor of being able to pull your bookshelves up and down at will, this thought process can be reapplied to many items that take up too much unnecessary space. Foldable dishwashers, anyone?

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