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Bombwatcher Surfboard Chairs

Bombwatcher Surfboard Chairs are unique fold-to-flat surfboard styled chairs. Designed by Clinton Underwood in Cocoa Beach, Florida, the beautifully handcrafted chairs are very strong and durable. The chairs feature an exclusive and innovative folding design, making them easy to carry and store. You can choose from several styles or even make a custom order.



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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...
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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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GRAND PIC CHALET

This minimalist cabin is located deep in the woods in Quebec, Canada, and was designed by Montreal-based practice Appareil Architecture. Designed to blend in with the surroundings the cabin was painted in black, accompanied with the white pine of the deck and the light gray of the gravel drive, matching the nearby aspens and the brownish-grey of the pines. In contrast to the black exterior, the interior spaces are bright and spacious with a restrained palette of ply...
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