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Jonathan Terhaar

Abandoned by his family as an infant, Jonathan was left on a doorstep in Romania and raised by other orphans on a steady diet of moldy bread and aurolac. He found his way to the states in the mid-80s and founded several underground publications such as Sports Illustrated and People magazine at the age of 11. Jonathan now lives in Austin with a bunch of other hip, white people.

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Pouring Light Lamp by Yeongwoo Kim

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Products on Thursday 17 March 2011

Yeongwoo Kim exacts modernism and functionality into his artwork. It’s hard to imagine his Pouring Light lamp looking out of place in any decor. I really, really want this.

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Things Organized Neatly

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By Jonathan Terhaar in Cool Websites on Friday 4 March 2011

Down with OCD? Well, well so are we! And, so is this guy, who was nice enough to share some found photos and post them on his Tumblr page.

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See-through bubble tents

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Products on Thursday 3 March 2011

If you’re into camping, 360-degree sheltered views and have $9,000 to spare, these see-through bubble tents are pretty amazing.

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Watch Out For Rockets single, Lift Off Cloud Controller

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Music on Tuesday 1 March 2011

Bow down to your shiny idol! Watch Out For Rockets (Austin, TX) has a new video for the track Lift Off Cloud Controller from their album Beasts With Hearts Of Gold.

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Wooden Wand

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Music on Saturday 19 February 2011

Wooden Wand, aka James Jackson Toth, stirs picturesque and dreamy scapes throughout his new record Death Seat, and he makes it seem easy. Great sunset or lying-in-a-field listening, his songs are easy to get lost within and difficult to escape from once the doors of the heart and mind are open and shut.

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Justice Of The Unicorns

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Music on Friday 18 February 2011

I’ve known Russ Dungan for a long time, and couldn’t wait to get my press copy of his band Justice Of The Unicorns’ new yet-to-be-released album, Animals Will Be Stoned (official release May 17). Psychedelic songs about rednecks and fantasy worlds, country and city life alike.

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Pixelfari: an 8-bit web browser

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By Jonathan Terhaar in Cool Websites on Thursday 17 February 2011

Who needs high-quality? Check out Neven Mrgan’s 8-bit web browser Pixelfari. It’s fun, fast and free.

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Jannepaint’s light-exposure art

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Art on Saturday 12 February 2011

Impressive! Mesmerizing! Far Out! Jannepaint’s light-exposure art can be described in many words, but must be viewed purely for wonderment’s sake.

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Nicholas Di Genova

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Illustration on Thursday 27 January 2011

What do you get when you cross hand-drawn organic material, such as wild and domestic farm animals, interbred and placed on canvas as if pages were pulled straight out of Darwin’s Galapagos species sketches drawn during an intense peyote journey? You get the phenomenal display of artistic endeavor supplied to the world by Toronto’s own Nicholas Di Genova.

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Lighter Cycle

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Products on Friday 14 January 2011

Have a cheap, spent lighter? How about some cheap, spent lighter art. Introducing lighter cycle, our new favourite toy!

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Ryan Harc designed toothbrush

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Products on Thursday 13 January 2011

Remember those one-piece bobble toys that used to sway back and forth until coming to an upright stop? Ryan Harc has practically implemented the same concept into a toothbrush; no more lying on the germ-infested sink base because it simply won’t.

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Kurt Vile’s Jesus Fever

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Music on Wednesday 12 January 2011

The lead Violator, the constant hitmaker from Philly, Kurt Vile is back with a new sample of things to come. It sounds like Kurt may be setting aside the freakout spazz-guitar prevalent on his 2009 Matador release Childish Prodigy, but I wouldn’t bet on it. Check out the catchy Jesus Fever tune from upcoming release […]

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Cliffie Swan

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Music on Tuesday 11 January 2011

Cliffie Swan, formerly known as Lights, are a band that requires little explanation. Sophia Knapp and her bandmates chant airy, melodic vocals with musical precision atop a raft of shiny guitar progressions and a sometimes funky backbeat. No autotune required with these sparkling singers.

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Patrick Hruby

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Art on Monday 10 January 2011

Modern art meets otherworldly feel when Patrick Hruby lays down his imaginative silk screens. Glorious color penetrates with graphical precision and a slight trance-warmth sensation as pieces take on a personality and seem to stare right through.

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Voyageurs

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Music on Thursday 6 January 2011

Possibly the best thing Arkansas has birthed since moonshine, Voyageurs manage to catch honed madness on tape. The Fayetteville 5-piece incorporate drone-layered chaos and a psych vibe on their sophomore release, Nude Vegas. Sure, it’s easy to go overboard with a delay pedal, but to make it bearable, listenable and even appealing is something special. […]

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