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Link About It: Tennis, Black Excellence and Serena Williams


In her beautifully thoughtful article about Serena Williams for the New York Times, poet and playwright Claudia Rankine profiles the already legendary tennis player and all that she represents.

Converse Rubber Tracks Studio Takeover: 84 artists will gain access to Abbey Road Studios, Sunset Sound, Jamaica's Tuff Gong and more


While in Boston for the launch of Converse's Chuck Taylor IIs, we had an opportunity to step into the brand's Rubber Tracks recording studio.

ListenUp: Junior Boys: What You Won't Do For Love


Junior Boys are back from their "hibernation," as they've Tweeted, with an electronic music-driven cover of Bobby Caldwell's "What You Won't Do For Love." It's very fitting—as the opening lyrics are "I guess you wonder where I've been." Arpeggiated......

Buy: Olga Metallic Teepee


Wolfum's eye-catching printed textiles and wallpaper are created with sustainability in mind, from fabric made of recycled PET bottles combined with organic cotton.

CH25: Tal Danino : The bioengineer who programs DNA to fight cancer


Programming bacteria to sniff out and treat cancer. It may sound like something out of the future, but it’s exactly what Tal Danino is doing right now.

Kinfolk Brooklyn's 'I Know You Know' Exhibition: A group art show contrasting ambiguity and identity


There are countless ways to propose a dialogue on the vast notion of identity. With "I Know You Know," a new group art exhibition at Brooklyn's Kinfolk, ambiguity stands as the entry point for discussion.

Purgatorio n°2, Napoli: A unique Neapolitan hospitality experience housed in a Renaissance-era Palazzo


By Ross Belfer Whether misunderstood or embraced by visitors, Napoli (Italy’s third largest city) is a location immune to the rest of the world's fads.

Kaktus København, Copenhagen: A new concept store brings quirky cacti of all shapes and sizes to Jægersborggade


Blink and you'll miss it: in the hustle and bustle of Jægersborggade street, taking up a single block in the riotous-turned-hip Nørrebro district in Copenhagen, is a tiny new space filled with cacti and succulents.

Link About It: Retro-Futuristic X-Ray Images


Whether at the hospital or standing in line at airport security, x-rays are usually associated with dreary situations—but thanks to artist Roy Livingston, they’ve been given new life.

ListenUp: Sampa the Great: The Great Mixtape


For "The Great Mixtape," poet and vocalist Sampa the Great sings and rhymes with a political conscious, dragging words out slowly or stuttering them out rapid fire over producer Godriguez's jazzy beats.

Richard Mille's RM 69 Erotic Tourbillon : Automated phrases of passion scroll across this limited edition automatic watch


There's something innately personal about a wristwatch. It rests on the body as a reflection of one's aesthetic values and design interests.

Buy: Myself Pennant


Get with the winning team with graphic designer Adam J Kurtz's (aka AdamJK) "Myself" pennant. Put the sparkly banner somewhere you'll see it daily for a regular memo that you are the best, or give it to somebody who might need the reminder.

Campaign's Portable Furniture: Made-in-USA couches that are easy to assemble and reassemble, and meant to last a lifetime


City residents know that the greatest mental toll of moving isn't always packing up your life into cardboard boxes; it's leaving perfectly good furniture behind—either because it's a hassle or too costly to transport, or it won't survive another......

Purgatorio n°2, Napoli: A uniqie Neapolitan hospitality experience housed in a Renaissance-era Palazzo


By Ross Belfer Whether misunderstood or embraced by visitors, Napoli (Italy’s third largest city) is a location immune to the rest of the world's fads.

CH25: Tal Danino : The bioengineer who programs DNA to fight cancer


Programming bacteria to sniff out and treat cancer. It may sound like something out of the future, but it’s exactly what Tal Danino is doing right now.

Link About It: Emotions That Fuel Creativity


Creative moments are often hit or miss; they’ll happen when you least expect them or disappear when you need them most.

Scented Crying Candles by The Jacks: The young Korean designers make melting animal faces and human brains adorable


We've seen our fair share of handmade scented candles and thoughtful containers, but it's the ones hiding a devious personality underneath that really go the extra mile.

Link About It: AutoTuned Cows


AutoTune doesn’t always get the respect it deserves—it’s brought us “Believe” by Cher, T-Pain, Kanye's 808s & Heartbreak, a slew of viral video remixes and now a herd of mooing cows.

ListenUp: Petite Noir: MDR


Describing his sound as "Noirwave," Cape Town-based singer and producer Petite Noir (aka Yannick Ilunga) is set to release his album La Vie Est Belle / Life Is Beautiful next month.

Link About It: Open Bionics' Affordable Robotic Prosthetic


UK-based Open Bionics has been awarded the 2015 James Dyson Award for creating an affordable robotic prosthetic arm.


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