Star-laden path will light the way on your dark, dark nights

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By Low Lai Chow in New Products on Tuesday 5 November 2013

UK-based Pro-Teq has developed Starpath, a glow-in-the-dark product that can be coated on pavements to provide ambient light at night without any electricity whatsoever. It’ll make any path look like, well, a trail of stars. That’s pretty darn magical.

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The Magical World of Dylan Garrett Smith

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By Daniel Emerson in New Art on Friday 15 March 2013

Dylan Garrett Smith is an artist/printmaker. Growing up in the punk and hardcore scene of Northeast Pennsylvania, he began exploring forms of printmaking at a young age to create shirts and patches for friend’s bands, as well as his own, using cardboard stencils and spray paint. Through this basic method of image making, he was […]

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Glow in the dark stools by Straight Line Designs

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Design on Wednesday 10 October 2012

Judson Beaumont has created some amazing stools and tables out of trees. So what, right? Well, the beetle pine shells are topped with plexiglas and embedded with fluorescent lights. That means that your neighbours and friends are all going to be very jealous of your colourful, glowing, furniture. Straight Line Designs out of Vancouver is […]

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Water Music

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By CCRider in New Music on Tuesday 17 May 2011

For many years a prolific writer and co-publisher of lo-fi Australian street magazine, Lucky, mattyb began putting music to his words in January 2010 under the name Water Music.

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Nathan Abels

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Thursday 17 June 2010

Denver-based Nathan Abels‘ paintings deal with the matter-of-course destruction humans wreak on the environment. Abels, like many other artists and photographers of late, captures the new, self-reflexive sense of the sublime we now experience with the uncontrollable power we now have over our world.

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