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  • Wicked Weasel - separates Wicked Weasel - separates - Photo

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      Swim-wear separates may not be so big in the U.S. where everything is coordinated from head to toe, but in the wonderful world outside of the U.S. separates is the only way to go. It's more efficient than having to look for a matching top or bottom. I happen to like the style of the Wicked Weasel, why?--come on just look at the picture.


  • Bloody Miles Belt Buckle. Bloody Miles Belt Buckle. - Photo

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      It reminds me of one of those crypts in the Czech Republic, oh so very heady.


  • Astrology Zone Tees Astrology Zone Tees - Photo

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      I'm impressed with the design for this special set of Astrology Zone t-shirts. The design by "Sophomore" are simple, and iconic--they just feel right. I'm surprised that no one else has created a set as nice as these. What's your sign?


  • SHAR-404 SHAR-404 - Photo

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  • Dosugus cushion Dosugus cushion - Photo

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      It's a cushion with DOS directories on it. You can either sleep while you work, or sit on it.


  • Le photographique chez Sigmar Polke: Livres: Xavier Domino Le photographique chez Sigmar Polke: Livres: Xavier Domino - Photo

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      Artiste contemporain majeur, Sigmar Polke reste pourtant mal connu du public français. Interroger ses pratiques photographiques permet de mesurer l’importance d’une œuvre polymorphe, à l’aune d’expérimentations remontant aux années 1960. Tout en restituant le contexte artistique de la production, Xavier Domino nous présente, non sans humour, le large spectre des protocoles mis en œuvre et des résultats obtenus. Parmi les éléments constitutifs de la «Polkographie» — où les psychotropes ont leur part —, le jeu des accidents techniques définit un artiste magicien, anti-photographe (pas d’instant décisif, de référent, ni de compétence technique), qui retrouve l’inspiration des avant-gardes du début du XXe siècle (abstraction, anonymat, hybridation). Dans la seconde partie, «No medium’s land», entre photocopies et peintures, mille tours — pliages, colorations, collages, altérations — sont joués à la photographie dans une pratique sauvage où l’effet de trame et la dissolution des matières se côtoient.


  • NAM JUNE PAIK, Works 1958-1979 NAM JUNE PAIK, Works 1958-1979 - Photo

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      A Korean sound/video artist, Nam June Paik first piqued the world's attention through a trickle of tape recordings that were so rare they were soon mentioned in hushed tones and changed hands for daft money. Fast forward to now and the friendly folk at Sub Rosa have decided to re-release this collection of work from Paik, all of which was recorded between 1958 and 1979 and lurches from the avant to the populist and back-again - all before you have chance to fully comprehend what's happening. Opening with 'Prepared Piano For Merce Cunningham', Paik initially augments the sparse ivories with a hissing bed of field recording that frames the spasmodic percussion perfectly. Clocking in at almost 30 minutes, 'Prepared Piano...' is expertly judged in taking an outwardly austere selection of elements then making space for them to unfurl their wings at a leisurely pace - hence dragging the listener deep within the composition. Whilst this is no-ones idea of easy-listening, the rewards which can be earned from the manipulated vocals of 'Hommage A John Cage' and delicate piano of 'Dueet Paik/Takis' are well worth breaking the brittle surface skin for, with Paik proving to be a genuine visionary who was well ahead of his time. Paik and ride!


  • As the World Burns: 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Stay in Denial by Derrick Jensen and Stephanie McMillan As the World Burns: 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Stay in Denial by Derrick Jensen and Stephanie McMillan - Photo

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      Sounds like a fun read... Book Description Two of America's most talented activists team up to deliver a bold and hilarious satire of modern environmental policy in this fully illustrated graphic novel. The US government gives robot machines from space permission to eat the earth in exchange for bricks of gold. A one-eyed bunny rescues his friends from a corporate animal testing laboratory. And two little girls figure out the secret to saving the world from both of its enemies (and it isn't by using energy-efficient light bulbs or biodiesel fuel). As the World Burns will inspire you to do whatever it takes to stop ecocide before it's too late. Derrick Jensen, activist, author, and philosopher, is the author of Endgame, volumes one and two; A Language Older Than Words; and The Culture of Make Believe (a finalist for the 2003 J. Anthony Lukas Book Prize), among other books. Jensen's writing has been described as "breaking and mending the reader's heart" (Publishers Weekly). Activist and artist Stephanie McMillan began syndicating her daring political cartoons in 1999. Since then her work has appeared in dozens of publications and has been exhibited in museums across the country. A book based on her comic strip, Minimum Security, was published in 2005. About the Author Derrick Jensen, activist, author, and philosopher, is the author of Endgame, A Language Older Than Words and The Culture of Make Believe (a finalist for the 2003 J. Anthony Lukas Book Prize) among other titles. Jensen's writing has been described as "breaking and mending the reader's heart" (Publishers Weekly).


  • Tarentel, Ghetto Beats On The Surface Of The Sun Tarentel, Ghetto Beats On The Surface Of The Sun - Photo

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      Ghetto Beats On The Surface Of The Sun isn't your grandma's Tarentel. It will eat your face, make you shake your ass, with a healthy dose of psychedelic fever and blast off moon landing thrown in for good measure.


  • Secrets ~ Human League Secrets ~ Human League - Photo

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      No disappointment here, I was afraid it wouldn't be up to the standards of classic Human League albums.


  • Let Me Know ~ Roisin Murphy Let Me Know ~ Roisin Murphy - Photo

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      The photo of former Moloko front woman Roisin Murphy's "Let Me Know" plays off of the juxtaposition of high fashion in a everyday environment, and yet the clothing and caricatures in the image are so symbolically powerful my mind is constantly shifting as I attempt to read and misread all the layered codes which exists with in the frame.


  • New Max -Safety Fashion New Max -Safety Fashion - Photo

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      When high fashion meets the slick world Motorcycles, it, well..it makes my hart race. Max Safety Fashion works with designer labels and unique motorbike helmets. At EICMA Max have a new line of helmets for Moschino and others (Logo and Zip).


  • Nau - Fábrica de Capacetes Nau - Fábrica de Capacetes - Photo

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      Nau Helmets continue to scratch the fashion itch that other motorcycle helmet makers tend to overlook. Nau understands that riders want to accessories and personalize their look, and so Nau has created Luxu's Fashion Line. In 2007 I thought their Blue Jean Helmet was amazing, but in 08 the Luxu Fashion line is wrapped in materials which are usually saved for the cat walk, these include "Safari" fur inspired helmets, "Emotions" Prints, luxurious "Gold Gloss" and "Pure Gloss" in gold leather, "Seal" in camo! and slick Nau "Carbon" helmets, now the future of motorcycle style looks even better.


  • eBoy Giftwrap Set eBoy Giftwrap Set - Photo

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      If you know eboy like I know eboy, you'll be happy to see that they are moving off their screen and into our world with posters, toys and now cool pixel based gift-wrapping paper.


  • Saint B Flash-player - manworksdesign Saint B Flash-player - manworksdesign - Photo

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      One of the more unusual players I've come across, but can it protect you from vampires?


  • Tool Lamp - manworksdesign Tool Lamp - manworksdesign - Photo

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      It's a good looking lamp. A semi-transparent plastic lamp-shade built in chromium steel frame with a handle to carry.


  • Inverse - manworksdesign Inverse - manworksdesign - Photo

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      Simple things are the best, this time it's a finishing board with a knife.


  • Hermaphrodite candle set Hermaphrodite candle set - Photo

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  • Les Visiteurs d' Été: Molière Les Visiteurs d' Été: Molière - Photo

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  • Themes and Variations wall plate No. 142 MOSS EXCLUSIVE Themes and Variations wall plate No. 142 MOSS EXCLUSIVE - Photo

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      It looks like pie in the face...right? notes: Piero Fornasetti's graphic art often re-worked a single idea over and over again, allowing his imagination run free to develop new concepts. The most famous of these ideas - the Themes and Variations, illustrated variations on the image of an enigmatic, almost Mona Lisa-like face of a woman. The woman was Lina Cavalieri, whose face Fornasetti found while glancing through a 19th Century French magazine. Originally four plates were designed by Piero Fornasetti - the plate series now has 350 variations.