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Marc Jacobs collaborates with Creative Growth

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Fashion on Wednesday 10 June 2009

Marc Jacobs is giving it back by teaming it up with Creative Growth, who are the world’s oldest and largest art studio for adults with disabilities. In the Special Items section of his site, you can buy bags, wallets, trinkets, and help a fantastic cause.

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Jay Matthews

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Photography on Monday 1 June 2009

Melbourne-based Jay Matthews creates giddy self-portraits based on his obsessions with balloons, donuts, green sludge, beauty queens and maids of honor.

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Manhattan’s Crif Dogs

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By Sonya Rosendorff in Cool Travel on Monday 1 June 2009

I love Crif Dogs. I’m sure most of the locals in New York know about this awesome hot dog place, but for those new to the area, it’s a must see, do and eat. Deciding on what hot dog your belly desires is probably the most difficult thing to do here as there are many […]

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Alberto Rojas Newton

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Photography on Saturday 30 May 2009

Alberto Rojas Newton creates complex photographs using loads of texture and varied colour. He grew up in Colombia, has lived in Paris, and now is based in London, where he is quickly positioning himself as one of photography’s real emerging talents.

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Nathan Sawaya’s lego art

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Art on Friday 29 May 2009

Nathan Sawaya creates art with lego bricks, creating fun, colorful blocks of large-scale sculptures. He started using lego bricks in his art early on in 2000. Mythbreakers wanted to see if they could make a large large ball and roll it down the hill without it breaking. But they didn’t have enough lego pieces, so […]

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Multitouch Barcelona

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By Sonya Rosendorff in Video on Wednesday 27 May 2009

Multitouch Barcelona are a newly formed design collective that explores natural communication between people and technology enabling visitors to their interactive displays to can touch and play with the technology.

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Pam Hogg

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Fashion on Monday 25 May 2009

It’s a revival! The always original Pam Hogg is back. She’s opened her Pop Up shop for one month only in Soho, London, only a few stores down from her original haunt from the 70s and 80s. And, yes, if you pay a visit, I’m sure you’ll be able to buy some of her trademark […]

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Marriage Hunting Bra

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Trends on Friday 22 May 2009

Trust the Japanese to endorse this crazy new product, a Marriage Hunting Bra by Triumph. Is it the start of some bizarre trend for single girls waiting to wed? It features a marriage countdown clock, showing the deadline for the wearer to get to the altar. When an engagement ring is inserted between the cups, the clock stops […]

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Mikael Alacoque

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Art on Friday 22 May 2009

Mikael Alacoque rips familiar and nostalgic objects to the core to create a new sinister image sculptured with abstract moulding techniques. His dead dogs, in particular, have fantastic symbolism, with ice-cream smashed on their little heads. Alacoque is certainly an artist for now and beyond.

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I Remember by Deadmau5 and Kaskade

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Music on Tuesday 19 May 2009

I love the song, I Remember, by Deadmau5 and Kaskade. It’s such a summer delight: beautiful and uplifting. Can it get any better with the London sun shining? Not in my books.

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London’s Broadway Markets

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By Sonya Rosendorff in Cool Travel on Friday 15 May 2009

Visiting London’s Broadway Markets is always a fun afternoon, especially when the sun is shining gloriously. It features a variety of organic food, meats, coffee, tea, sweets, fashion, and vintage clothing. At the moment, it’s all about jewellery for me, and I couldn’t resist these fantastic enamel tea cup necklaces by Buddug Wyn Humphreys. She […]

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James Unsworth’s grotesque illustrations

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Illustration on Tuesday 12 May 2009

James Unsworth creates beautiful but grotesque, interesting yet idealist drawings, all of which taps into your crazy side.

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London’s Digitaria

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Fashion on Tuesday 12 May 2009

For many years, Sam Arkus was a well-known tailor at 60 Berwick St, Soho, in London. I’ve walked past this store many times and wondered to myself, ‘is it open? Is it derelict?’ There are stories of him still living there. To my surprise, a new designer boutique has recently opened there and transformed this […]

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What the? Ah, Vibram FiveFingers

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Design on Friday 8 May 2009

I was at the gym the other day, doing these arm weight exercises my personal trainer gets me to do, and I looked down and saw this amazing footwear on another gym goer. They’re called Vibram FiveFingers and I want a pair. Now! They’re ideal for scrambling up rocky hills, camping, yoga, canoeing, going to […]

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Gwon Osang’s life size sculptures

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By Sonya Rosendorff in New Art on Thursday 7 May 2009

You see a man pondering life, but on closer inspection, realisation sets in, and what you actually notice is a sculpture covered in photography prints, creating a truer than life image of art. Gwon Osang is a Korean contemporary artist who has exhibited at the Manchester Art Gallery, among other places. He creates life-size sculptures […]

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