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Link About It: This Week's Picks: Santa's fashion makeover, creepy jiggly GIFs, Bond's new set of wheels and more in our weekly look at the web

1. Aaron Draplin's Logo Tutorial Aaron Draplin—owner of Draplin Design Co and creative mind behind the popular Field Notes memo books—documents his design process in a tutorial showing just how much calculation goes into creating the simplest of......

Pointy Snout Caviar: Founders Michael Kline and Alexandre Du Cane speak about their sustainable approach to the luxurious treat

Record-high pollution levels and depleted sturgeon populations spurred an outright ban on fishing in the Caspian Sea in the early 2000s, which left the caviar industry flat-footed and desperately in need of a new source.

Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H2 Headphones : Hands-on with the premium audio-maker's new texture-centric on-ear offering

Bang & Olufsen products come with a certain amount of expectation. The Danish audio-maker has established and maintained a reputation for excellence in performance, aesthetic and dependability since its humble beginnings in an attic in the north......

Interview: Filmmaker Ry Russo-Young : The NYC-based independent writer/director details the creative process behind her series of short films for Cotton

NYC-based independent filmmaker Ry Russo-Young has three feature films under her screenwriter/directorial belt, which have earned nods like a 2009 Gotham Independent Film Award and 2012 Special Jury Prize at Sundance.

Beautiful Brass Watering Cans by Lee West Objects: Clean, sculptural housewares from the designer's eponymous label find inspiration in nature

Over eight years ago we took note of British-born, Paris-based designer Lee West for his striking use of organic forms while working within companies like Ligne Roset and Cinna.

Tit Tee by Sarah Shikama: A playful, hand-beaded top that leaves almost everything to the imagination

Chicago-based visual artist and metalsmith Sarah Shikama is best known for her handmade jewelry (which draws inspiration from as varied subjects as Brancusi to the sea), but it was her "Tit Tee" that made us stop in our tracks.

UnTapped: Maple Syrup for Athletes: All-natural, slow-burning energy that's packed with vitamins and minerals

Anyone who has run a marathon, headed into the backcountry or saddled up for a 100-mile day on the bike knows there are some pretty suspect-tasting nutritional options out there.

Organizing With the Post-it Plus App: A digital tool turning paper and ink into easy-to-organize files for sharing across multiple platforms

In our constant quest to take handwritten material into the digital world, the brand new Post-it Plus App for iOS 8 delivers on a promise of easy organizing and sharing.

Jago Restaurant East London: Ashkenazi heritage meets Middle Eastern flair at Louis Solley's new restaurant at the Second Home tech incubator

Ananda Pellerin Anyone who attended a progressive primary school in the 1970s will feel nostalgic walking into Second Home’s optimistic interior.

The Rough Guide To Retail: Rough Trade's Stephen Godfroy talks about his new multi-story retail concept in Nottingham

by Ian Sanders Step inside Rough Trade's new store in the creative quarter of Nottingham, a city in the English midlands, and it feels unlike any other of the long-established retailer’s outlets.

Link About It: Sigurd Larsen's £95,000 Home

Berlin-based architect Sigurd Larsen has completed an 80-square-meter home for a three person family in Copenhagen for just £95,000.

Aether Cone: A new simple, elegant speaker that focuses on a seamless listening experience

In a market saturated with compact music players, it's refreshing to see a brand that stands out from the pack.

Six Celebratory Holiday Cocktails: A punch, some eggnog, a classic Manhattan and more for seasonal entertaining

As the seasons shift, so do cocktail menus at bars, restaurants and even within homes—and that's largely due to the palates of consumers seeking out a drink to match the spirit of the times.

Paper Collective Prints and Posters: A webstore that nods to Denmark's design heritage and donates at least 15% of profits to charity

Denmark has long had a reputation for good design; the country has created beautiful, functional furniture and homeware for decades.

Mercy Supply + MadCap Coffee Kit: Handmade from sturdy waxed canvas with everything you need for the perfect cup on the road—just add water

No strangers to hitting the trail, Grand Rapids, Michigan-based bag and leather goods makers Mercy Supply knows no morning is complete without a proper cup of Joe, even when out of the workshop.

Link About It: DeLorean Dreams

Over the last 14 years, Chicago native Rich Weissensel has been turning his DeLorean dreams into reality.

Biochemist to Barista: The New Scoops: Jack Benchakul's journey from science to specialty coffee, which he now serves up in LA's Chinatown

by Chérmelle D. Edwards Nearly three years ago, biochemist Jack Benchakul switched professions and became a barista.

Cool Hunting Video: S. B. Foot Tanning Company: One of the last major American tanneries has been producing high-quality hides for over 100 years

Last year, our friends at Red Wing Shoes invited us out to explore their factory in Minnesota. And, right next door to Red Wing is S.B.

Interview: Wilbert Das on the UXUA Hotel: Sustainable building, creative collaborations and how his experience in fashion helped shape his boutique accommodation in Brazil

by Abby Morgan and Blake Whitman As far as designers go, Wilbert Das is something of a legend, creating some of the most provocative advertising in the '90s that turned Italian fashion label Diesel into a household name.

Det Lilla Köksbryggeriet: The Little Kitchen Brewery: Make a delicious craft beer in your own kitchen with this simple home brewing kit

Craft beers are well and truly taking over the bar scene in the US and Europe, as an ever-growing number of microbreweries continue to educate and delight people with unusual lagers, ales and porters.