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Cutting Board With Collapsible Bin

This genius Cutting Board by Progressive International features a clever and functional design worthy of the MoMA Store (and yes, it is available there).  The Collapsible Bin and Board is the perfect solution for your frustration when chopping away, no more food prep scraps getting in the way of your edible food! The board features non-skid feet to keep it in place, and a detachable scrap bin.



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ONE-ROOM NEW YORK CABIN IN THE WOODS | Image

ONE-ROOM NEW YORK CABIN IN THE WOODS

We have featured some amazing retreats over the last couple of years, but none as special as this wooden cabin in Yulan, NY. It is owned by fashion stylist and interior designer Scott Newkirk, he wanted a place to escape in the weekends from the hectic city life. A place completely disconnected from technology, with no electricity or running water, no TV or computer. A place Scott can slow down and enjoy what nature has to offer before heading back to his demanding ...
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BAREBONES PULASKI AXE | Image

BAREBONES PULASKI AXE

Barebones have introduced the beautiful Pulaski Axe. Inspired by tools used by woodland firefighters, the tool features a head made from 1055 high carbon steel, which combines an axe and an adze. Inside the Beech wood handle runs a solid steel core that secures the head with a tightening hex bolt and connects it to the steel pommel end. This helps you maneuver easily around rooting and trenching. The Pulaski also comes with a leather sheath. Learn more from Ba...
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CHRIS LABROOY PRINTS | Image

CHRIS LABROOY PRINTS

Based in Scotland, Chris LaBrooy is a digital artist who has created work for brands such as Apple, Nike, Porsche, Time Magazine and Louis Vuitton. With the arrival of more advanced CGI technology and software, Chris saw an opportunity to explore the medium in itself with which he could subvert and twist familiar everyday things into new typographic and sculptural forms. His impossible compositions are odd and alluring because they appear hyper-real, though every si...
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