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uniform experiment x Starbucks Touch iPhone Case

Starbucks Japan has teamed up with uniform experiment on a Starbucks TOUCH iPhone case. The case acts as a traditional Starbucks card, allowing customers to tap to purchase their favorite Starbucks beverage. Utterly convenient, the collaborative case is decked out in a grid of rainbows with a Starbucks sleeve around it. Available August 3, the case [...]

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Watch a Swimming Pool Turn Into a Skate Park in This Two Minute Time-Lapse

Based in Bristol, UK, Campus Skatepark is a repurposed swimming pool and the new stomping ground for local youths and skaters. Andre Seidel of Campus Skate Park said the initiative was started in 2011 by youth and social workers to channel ”the positive energy and influence of skateboarding to engage with children and young people.” Phase two is set to [...]

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Messner Mountain Museum Corones Explores the Traditions of Mountaineering

Constructed by Zaha Hadid Architects, the Messner Mountain Museum Corones is located in South Tyrol, Italy. The museum is embedded in the summit of Mount Kronplatz and is surrounded by the alpine peaks of the Ortler, Zillertal and Dolomites. Messner was the first person to climb all 14 mountains around the world and was the first man to climb Mount Everest without [...]

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Slovenian Designer Gilds Gold-Named Products

We often use the term “gold” to refer to higher-end things; to distinguish cigarettes, ice cream, coffee and film from the common pack using our most valued natural element. Stepping back for a moment though, using the term so ubiquitously is a bit absurd, if not somewhat ironic in many instances. In a cheekily beautiful [...]

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6 Creatively Repurposed Historical Spaces to Visit

There’s something to be said for architecture from the past: whether they were built to quietly nestle a person from the chaos of the city, or to inspire wide-mouthed reverence with their scale and splendor. These buildings and spaces have a certain je ne sais quoi that cannot be found in the geometric glass-and-steel structures of today. Here, [...]

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10.Deep x Word. Three Pack Notebooks

10.Deep is a label entrenched in New York’s vast cultures, successfully harnessing music, fashion and street culture together. The brand has pushed boundaries for the last two decades and carved its own mark in streetwear. This time, it’s teaming up with Word. to deliver three distinct notebook designs. With organization in mind, the pages boast [...]

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HERVET-MANUFACTURIER Combines Age-Old Techniques With Contemporary Designs

Founded in 2014 by cousins Nicolas and Cédric Hervet, Parisian manufacturer HERVET-MANUFACTURIER is a burgeoning name in the design industry having first gained widespread attention through its unique hand-crafted furniture and speciality goods that draw inspiration from the bold, geometric nature of contemporary architecture. Utilizing traditional techniques, the imprint’s pieces are all manufactured in France from top-of-the-line wood, metal, leather and glass, [...]

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Why Does Every Meme Use the Same Font?

Behind every hilarious meme is its recognizable font — bold, capitalized, in white and outlined with black. The font is called “Impact,” and has a rich history. It’s actually one of the core fonts of the internet and was originally created back in 1965, made by Geoff Lee using hand-cut metal. Famous for its legibility over [...]

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Creative Agency Designs Entire Typeface Around Kobe Bryant’s Logo

The logo for Kobe Bryant’s line of signature basketball sneakers is a branding triumph for Nike: simple, instantly recognizable and immediately impactful, the logo ticks all the boxes in terms of design. It is no surprise, therefore, that Nike has commissioned two-man creative studio Sawdust to design a bespoke typeface taking the logo as inspiration. [...]

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Exploring TWA’s Abandoned Terminal at New York’s John F. Kennedy International

When you first step out of the terminal at John F. Kennedy International in New York City, one of your first impressions of the city is also one of its most solemn icons: the former Trans World Airlines Flight Center. Legendary Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen designed the space between 1955 and 1962 – when the building was [...]

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