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Our Favorite Stores (Home Goods Edition)

Finding the extraordinary

By Regina Connell. Here are a few of our favorite, perhaps lesser-known places to shop online for new, alternative luxury home goods—those handcrafted with a strong, independent point of view. Alternative luxury isn’t always expensive, but it’s never cheap, which is … Continue reading

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Composure: Appreciation with Deriva Paper

Composure: Appreciation with Deriva Paper

By Kyle Studstill. Composure If we are to do our best work in the face of constant chaos and change, perhaps we must first hone our inner virtues as guidance. Composure produces an ongoing series of reflections, guided by creative … Continue reading

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Noticed: Honoring Craft Through Craft

Takumi

By Regina Connell. What grabbed me first was the slightly ridiculous notion of a Lexus IS—a working one, mind you—made out of cardboard. 1700 pieces of it to be exact. The cardboard sat atop a steel and aluminum frame, and … Continue reading

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Noticed: The Lines of Marta Johansen

I Can't Say It, I'm Waiting for Him To by Marta Johansen

By Natalie Powell. Marta Johansen creates complex, intricate landscapes by sketching hundreds upon hundreds of thin lines on white archival paper. Marta calls the trademark strokes that make up her works “living lines.” Her works, composed solely of overlapping, swirling, … Continue reading

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