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Dunton Hot Springs, Colorado


Huskisson Beach, Australia


Imsouane, Morocco

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We stumbled upon this little piece a couple days back when leisurely scrolling through @andicsinger's Instagram page; taking a closer look, we were hooked. From Uniqlo – a beautifully simple Japanese casual wear label that we've grown to appreciate – this ribbed 100% cotton v-neck camisole is one of the most perfect lightweight knitted no-sleeves we've seen. Super soft to the touch and more than easy on the eyes, this one is an absolute keeper.

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Do you ever try to imagine where you would be without the fierce female friends in your life? Clearly, your best friend deserves a gift just for being so amazing. Something better than a card and way more personal than flowers, and Greetabl is the perfect solution! You customize everything with Greetabl, from the box design to the sweet personal note, and photos that your friend can tear out and keep forever! Then you choose an amazing gift or two to go inside- like a gold stacker ring or some champagne gummy bears. After you’ve designed it, your beautiful little package is assembled by hand and sent directly to your friend’s door. It's a wonderful surprise for any occasion, but it is the best gift for Galentine's Day, a day that’s sole purpose is celebrating friends.
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Some punk kids have no dreams at all. Paul Lindahl was a skater and a drummer in a band when he found himself dreaming of painting advertisements. “There was a paint production company in Portland, Oregon,” he said. “I was like, oh my God, that’s amazing. Big-format murals, I want to do that.” Before the advent of low-cost vinyl plotters, large-format hand-painted murals were the norm for advertisements in cities across America. Mural painting was a trade passed on through a system of informal apprenticeship, much like plumbing or tattooing. By the mid-1990s, when Mr. Lindahl started dreaming, opportunities for new painters were few and far between. Hand-painted ads had become a niche product, an expensive last resort in landmark districts with strict signage laws.

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