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Rebekah Rhoden

Rebekah is a graphic design student living in South Carolina obsessed with all things design, technology, and J. Crew. When she's not frantically working on projects for class, you can usually find her drinking large amounts of coffee with her laptop close beside.

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Generation Moustache: Melbourne

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Events on Friday 11 October 2013

November is fast approaching, which means one thing; it’s about to be Movember in Melbourne. Urchin Associates is spearheading a creative new campaign called Generation Moustache, or Gen Mo, to raise awareness for men’s health by growing (or supporting) a moustache. This new campaign will be revealed at movember.com and across a variety of platforms […]

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Adventures of a Serial Trespasser: a photo book by Bradley Garrett

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Photography on Thursday 10 October 2013

Bradley Garrett is an urban explorer who braves heights, tight spaces, the dark, and even the police to photograph off-limits locations. Garrett is a researcher and photographer who has dedicated the past 5 years of his life to documenting the abandoned and run-down parts of the world. His new book, Explore Everything: Place-Hacking the City, […]

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Save money on your next flight with the Jacktogo wearable suitcase

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Products on Friday 27 September 2013

For all you penny-pinchers out there, now you can avoid paying for extra luggage on airplanes with this wearable suitcase. Sure, it’s not the most fashionable suitcase we’ve seen, but its 14 spacious pockets can hold a few extra pounds of supplies. Jacktogo is even wind and water resistant, and its lightweight design will ensure […]

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Kowloon Walled City photographed by Greg Girard and Ian Lambot

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Photography on Friday 27 September 2013

Notorious for drugs and crime, Hong Kong’s Kowloon Walled City was once thought to be the most densely populated place in the world. Over 50,000 people were crammed into 300 interconnected high-rise buildings, which made for intolerably unsanitary conditions and anarchic political turmoil. Photographers Greg Girard and Ian Lambot spend five years living in the […]

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New Banksy work appears in LA

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Art on Thursday 26 September 2013

Los Angeles landed a visit from infamous street artist, Banksy, this week. The satirical stenciler’s latest work depicts a street artist vomiting up a cluster of pink flowers that just so happened to be growing up the side of a dingy building. In addition, Bansky gave the piece the title ‘Better Out Than In’, along […]

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10-foot long Bobbit Worm: the most terrifying creature we’ve seen

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Trends on Thursday 19 September 2013

This creature is probably the most terrifying thing we’ve ever seen. It’s called a Bobbit Worm, and it hides in the ocean floor waiting to catch its prey. It’s ‘a mix between the Mongolian death worm,the Graboids from Tremors, the Bugs from Starship Troopers, and a rainbow’. It can grow up to 10-ft. long, and it’s one of the most mysterious […]

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Eco pod hotel in Switzerland

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By Rebekah Rhoden in Cool Travel on Friday 13 September 2013

If you’re looking for a cozy and eco-friendly getaway, we’ve got you covered. These quaint little pods nestled in a small valley in Laax Falera, Switzerland are the perfect place to relax. Each pod is big enough for two, and they come complete with basic amenities. It’s a comfy retreat for you and your Plus […]

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2,000 piece installation with a social message in Nantes

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Art on Friday 13 September 2013

This amazing 2,000-piece installation at Place du Bouffait in Nantes is a stunning’”metaphor for the collapse of capitalism and the side effects of progress’. The installation is especially powerful at night, with the businessmen figures taking on an almost haunting presence. It’s a beautiful artwork with an important social message.

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Russell Brand kicked out of GQ awards for mentioning Hugo Boss made Nazi uniforms

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By Rebekah Rhoden in Video on Thursday 12 September 2013

You might not be Russell Brands‘ biggest fan, but this video will definitely give you an appreciation for his witty truth-telling. While speaking at GQ’s Man of the Year Awards, Brand made a joke about how Hugo Boss, one of the event’s sponsors, earned a hefty profit from selling uniforms to Nazis during WWII. [watch his awesome speech below]

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Sotheby’s Beyond Limits sculpture exhibition at Chatsworth House

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Events on Wednesday 11 September 2013

This exhibition is the ultimate juxtaposition of the old and the new. The Beyond Limits contemporary sculpture exhibition on display at England’s historic Chatsworth House features work from artists such as Marc Quinn, Tony Cragg and Bill Woodrow, Thomas Heatherwick, Allen Jones, and Mario Merz.

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Roadkill shadow art by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Art on Thursday 5 September 2013

We’re pretty big fans of shadow art. We also appreciate artists who create beauty from unexpected materials. This amazing sculpture by Tim Noble and Sue Webster is made from 34 taxidermy animals (6 rats, 1 mink, 8 carrion crows, 8 rooks, 11 jackdaws, to be exact).

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Detailed animal drawings by Tim Jeffs

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Illustration on Wednesday 4 September 2013

Tim Jeffs’ incredibly detailed ink drawings give us another reason to marvel at the beauty of nature. His series of black and white animal illustrations captures the form of these creatures in an almost hyperrealistic way. For such detailed drawings, his compositions are refreshingly simple and balanced

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Steve Martin and Kermit the Frog play Dueling Banjos

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By Rebekah Rhoden in Video on Wednesday 4 September 2013

In this video, Steve Martin and everyone’s favorite frog go head-to-head in a rousing rendition of the classic Dueling Banjos. Steve Martin definitely holds his own in the banjo battle, but Kermit’s fuzzy fingers are surprisingly nimble. But still, Kermit probably shouldn’t quit his day job.

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Ballet dancers in random situations

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Photography on Wednesday 4 September 2013

This incredible photography series by Jordan Matter illustrates the unbelievable talent of ballet dancers. Composed of random situations in well-known and beautiful locations, the elegance and skill of the dancers contrasts starkly with their mundane background. [Our readers did a Facebook Q&A with him. Check it out here]

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Dads at One Direction concerts

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Trends on Tuesday 3 September 2013

In the sea of teenage girls that is a One Direction concert, these middle-aged men stick out like bored sore thumbs. Their dedication as chaperones is both admirable and hilarious, so we unanimously nominate them for the Lost At E Minor Dad of the Year award.

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