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National Parks Print Series

The beautiful 59 Parks Print Series is a celebration of America’s National Parks. The whole collection features an outstanding mix of beautiful screen prints representing the unique beauty of all 59 National Parks. Every park has a screen printed poster made by artists like Daniel Danger, Landland, Erica Williams, Tom Whalen, Dan McCarthy and more. Each screen print may be available in various sizes or colors, depending on the artist who worked on it. Additionally 5% of your poster purchase is donated to The National Park Service.



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HUPOMONE RANCH | BY TGH ARCHITECTS | Image

HUPOMONE RANCH | BY TGH ARCHITECTS

This beautiful eco-friendly ranch was developed by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects. Located on 160-acres in California’s Chileno Valley, the Hupomone Ranch is owned by a young family with three children that had the dream of building a barn house that would reflect their commitment to sustainable farming. The main house spreads over 2.498 square feet and the interior has a close connection with the outdoors, the stunning light-filled open living area and huge s...
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KYUDO FLOOR LAMP

The Kyudo floor lamp by Kundalini was designed by Hans and Franz in 2010. This contemporary floor lamp has an adjustable sliding track with a diffuser attached allowing you to adjust this lamp in many positions. The Kyudo is a steel structure with a glossy varnished paint, available in white, red , black or a chrome finish. The perfect alternative to suspended lighting and traditional floor lamps....
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SKID Wooden Chef Knife

SKID is a new approach to one of the most important kitchen items: the knife. The innovative idea was to build it using a renewable and sustainable material as a base, in this case wood was the material of choice, the challenge came afterwards, to seamlessly put together the high precision carbon blade with the wood body successfully which they did. Made from Robinia wood, which is 3 times harder than oak, the wood occupies 97% of the knife´s body, leaving the metal...
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