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Salvaged Scrap Wood Longboards from Loyal Dean

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Master woodworkers turn their attention to longboard design

You wouldn't know it from looking at the elegant craftsmanship of the decks, but Loyal Dean longboards were basically an afterthought. The company is the brainchild of childhood buds Greg “Loyal” Perry and Dino “Dean” Pierone, who run a custom door company in Los Angeles. A couple years back, Pierone decided to use some the scrap wood in their shop to make a......read more

Loyal Loot Reclaimed Log Bowls

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Handcrafted bowls come through with flying colors $186.00

Canada's Loyal Loot Collective design objects for the home that are so charmingly clever we want to hug them. Take these Log Bowls, for example, which are handcrafted from locally reclaimed wood (fallen or cut down due to infrastructure, re-landscaping, droughts, or stormy weather) and painted with a colorful high gloss finish. The contrast of raw natural beauty and vibrant modern colors hits all......read more

Moonwalk

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Watch daredevil Dean Potter slackline across Cathedral Peak under the glow of the moon

This is as impressive as adventure filmmaking gets. Adventurer/daredevil/madman Dean Potter and photographer Michael Schaefer create a truly breathtaking scene as Potter walks a highline at Cathedral Peak in Yosemite National Park. As the sun sets, the moon rises and looms large while Potter traverses the highline. Shot from over a mile mile away using a serious telephoto lens, the footage was......read more

Kathryn Calder "Slip Away"

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Absurdly adorable video for solo effort from New Pornographer.

With the help of director Dean Tzenos, Canadian indie rocker (and sometime member of the New Pornographers) Kathryn Calder put together a crazy cute video for "Slip Away," the lead single off her first album Are You My Mother? Puppet bunny protagonists share the stage with cardboard butterflies and toy spaceships. So that's cool. Check it out....read more

The Edge: Photographs by Tamara Dean

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Painterly images of youths in nature

In her series The Edge, Sydney-based photographer Tamara Dean trains her lens on young people cavorting in natural settings in Australia and upstate New York. The carefully composed scenes explore the informal rites of passage created by young people in relationship with the natural world. "Throughout, nature is much more than a mere setting," writes critic Gregory Volk. "Instead, it is a......read more

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