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Chop Chop Cutting Board

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Made from locally reclaimed hardwood. $250.00

Chop chop! It's time you got yourself something nice to cut food on, and Dylan Gold's designer cutting boards are just the answer. As the man himself says, "cooking and eating well are artistic pursuits that demand artistic tools." Available in locally reclaimed hardwoods like maple and walnut, as well as bamboo....read more

Carry-On Chopsticks

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Batter up! Recycled baseball bat wood shaped into collapsible, self-storing chopsticks. $29.95

Japanese outdoor gear brand Snow Peak has been bringing smart design to the backcountry since 1958. Take, for example, Snow Peak's collapsible Carry-On Chopsticks, a must-have for roaming noodle lovers. Made from recycled baseball bat wood, the wooden ends screw into stainless steel handles that expand to chopsticks to eating length. After use, simple unscrew them and tuck them away in the canvas......read more

Into the Cosmos

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One for the vinyl heads.

A collaboration between director/animator Chopsy and Bristol beat maestro Architeq (Tirk Recordings), "Into the Cosmos" tells the story of old LPs that are mysteriously summoned to a warehouse from their forgotten homes in attics, shelves and garbage bins. The combo of stop-frame, pixelation, live action, and time lapse animation is smoothly outfitted with music and sound effects by......read more

Elkskin Chopper Mitts by Best Made Co.

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Keep those paws toasty with these woodsy US-made mittens $82.00

For a Manhattan-based company, Best Made Co. sure knows how to make quality goods for the outdoors. Beginning with its now-famous axes, Best Made has built a nice stable of woodsy products, all with an eye on good design and local manufacturing. These new Elkskin Chopper Mitts continue the trend. Made from natural 3.75oz American elkskin, a washable material that remains warm even when wet, the......read more

Recycled Chopstick Folding Basket

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Single use bamboo chopsticks shaped into unique countertop basket $32.00

American designer Brian Parks spent several years studying in China, where his eyes were opened to the upcycling potential of discarded single-use chopsticks. This folding basket is one of his coolest chopstick creations. Handcrafted entirely from the durable bamboo eating utensils, the table- or countertop basket is the ideal home for anything from fruit and bread to napkins or mail. And, as......read more

Typographic Fence Art by Lambchop

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Michigan-based artist weaves words and phrases into fences

We're loving these new typographic works from the mysteriously named Lambchop, a Michigan-based artist who uses ordinary flagging tape and other materials to weave positive words and phrases into chain-link fences. Like Steve "ESPO" Powers, Lambchop uses hand-rendered typography to express optimistic sentiments on city streets. Most of the pieces have gone up around Ann Arbor, where the......read more

Unchopping A Tree

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Powerful and beautiful video piece by Maya Lin debuted in Copenhagen.

This gorgeously produced video from world-renowned artist Maya Lin really packs a punch. We love Maya Lin's work in general - her earth wave at Stormking was something the SHFT team got very excited about. A pile of heavy-hitting doners contributed to this piece, which was produced by Radical Media - one of the top production companies around. Part of Maya Lin's last memorial entitled......read more

Adrian Grenier at Deepak HomeBase

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Adrian joins Deepak Chopra to discuss the transformative power of a collective shift in eco-consciousness

On Thursday, December 8th at 6:30PM, SHFT co-founder Adrian Grenier joins Deepak Chopra at Deepak HomeBase. The multi-media platform and curated conversation is located in New York’s abc carpet & home, a visionary, iconic retailer committed to using conscious commerce and beauty as a tool to affect positive change. Deepak HomeBase is dedicated to promoting a peaceful, just,......read more

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