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Danny Bowien. Chef. Rad dude. SF.

Tue, 17 Apr 2012 07:34:00 +0000

width="800" height="500" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/f_9R7VsSYbg?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="">Danny Bowien is the chief chef at SF's Mission Chinese Food, an original project started by partner Anthony Myint (Mission Street Food) in 2010. Operating out of Lung Shan Restaurant, a rando Chinese joint on Mission St., Danny's food has received national acclaim and the resto will soon open a 2nd location in New York's L.E.S. "The idea behind mission chinese food is quite simple." says Danny. "Alot of people think of chinese food as sweet and sour pork and walnut prawns. And no matter what they say on the menu, it's usually not 'spicy'...And although we enjoy sweet and sour as much as the next guy, there are so many different types of chinese food that we are excited about and feel challenged to make. Islamic chinese. Sichuan. Taiwanese. (no stinky tofu, sorry can't get behind that one.) So there. We want to make delicious, frequently spicy chinese food, besides what everyone already gets delivered, without m.s.g., with responsibly sourced proteins and vegetables." Even more impressive than the menu, is their charity involvement: the resto donates .75 cents from each dish to the SF Food Bank (the NY resto will work the same-with a local charity yet to be determined). Danny says, "Donating to charity is our biggest goal. We have no fine-dining aspirations.” Awesome.Check out the VBS MUNCHIES feature on Danny here missionchinesefood.com[...]



Wind & Willow Home. Minneapolis.

Tue, 17 Apr 2012 06:53:00 +0000

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Artisan wooden bowls and spoons.
Check out Araya Jensen's awesome online design shop HERE.



Happyolks. A Food Blog. San Diego.

Tue, 17 Apr 2012 06:49:00 +0000

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"I’m Kelsey, he’s Shaun. We’re two young folks with a passion for soaking up, drinking in, and celebrating the good stuff in life. Here at Happyolks, we want to share the experience of creating a wholesome meal and the happiness that inherently grows from it (...) Eat organic, BUY LOCAL, experiment, make your own, hug often, laugh, cry, celebrate the little things, and most importantly be kind. Be kind to your body, be kind to the earth, be kind to everyone you meet – you never know who is fighting a hard battle. "
-happyolks.com
Capturing the beauty of food... Happyyolks is one of my fave food blogs... well designed and photographed.



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Behind the Scenes| Photographer Jill Greenberg Shoots LeBron James for TIME Magazine Cover

Tue, 17 Apr 2012 01:53:00 +0000



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Grown in Detroit. A Documentary.

Sun, 15 Apr 2012 02:18:00 +0000

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Cinematography by Suzan van Steenwijk. Filmmij AKA Mascha and Manfred Poppenk are the Dutch filmmakers behind this doc. They met in Africa, where they shot the wildlife film 'Serengeti Symphony'.
Grown in Detroit focuses on the urban gardening efforts managed by a public school of 300, mainly African-American, pregnant and parenting teenagers. As part of the curriculum, the girls are taught agricultural skills on the school's own farm located in what used to be the playground. The young mothers learn to become knowledgeable about the importance of nutritional foods, the process by which these foods arrive at their plates, and to become self-empowered through the process of farming. Urban farming is an effective solution for Detroit... as industrial models fail, this is a sustainable model to be replicated in other North American cities.
'Pay what you want' to watch this beautifully inspiring film and you'll have on-line access to the doc for 24hrs: grownindetroitmovie.com



Craighton Berman. Illustrator. Creative director. Designer. Chicago.

Sun, 15 Apr 2012 02:16:00 +0000

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Hog Eat Hog. AKA Blair Sligar. Wood Furniture. Florida.

Sun, 15 Apr 2012 00:17:00 +0000

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Props to grainandgram for their beautiful feature on Blair.
Watch the recent MONOCLE feature on Hog Eat Hog HERE.
Furniture and sculpture from salvaged and local materials. Brilliant craftsmanship.
hogeathog.com



Ben Howard. Musician. Singer. Songwriter. Babe. London.

Sat, 14 Apr 2012 12:50:00 +0000

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By Mickey Mmith.
Next-lev insane skills...continue to be blown away by this music... listen lots.
benhowardmusic.co.uk



John Cleese on Creativity

Sat, 14 Apr 2012 12:37:00 +0000

Here's 36 minutes of John Cleese discussing the psychology of being creative. Listen to one of the funniest chap's alive talk seriously about how to become more creative, how to spitball ideas with others, and the benefits of building a "space-time oasis."



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Kids School Lunches. USA Vs. Asia.

Fri, 13 Apr 2012 14:24:00 +0000

Country: USA Contents: Mashed potatoes, gravy, turkey, and a roll.Country: China Contents: A fish, scrambled egg with tomato sauce, rice, spinach, cauliflower, and soupCountry: USA Contents: Hot dog, tater tots, corn on the cob, chocolate milk and ketchup.Country: Singapore Contents: Noodles, greens, pork, broccoli.Country: USA Contents: Quesadilla-n-milk (uhhh)Country: Taiwan Contents: sweet and sour pork with pineapple, radish, carrots and green pepper, middle: vegetable stir fry with garlic, fish ball stew with cabbage, carrots and wood ear mushroom, and soup: seaweed and egg drop.Country: USA Contents: Ham and cheese sandwich, corn, peas and carrots, chocolate milk and orange JelloCountry: Singapore Contents: Fried chicken, rice, greens, stir fryCountry: USA Contents: Chicken, carrots, mashed potatoes and water.Country: Singapore Contents: Fried anchovies, omelette, cabbage stir-fry with tomato and beansprouts, and chicken chop.Country: USA Contents: Chili dog with cheese, French fries, milk.Country: Japan Contents: Soup, rice with vegetables and meat, milk.Country: USA Contents: juice, mixed veggies (Green Beans, Yellow/Orange carrots, pearl onions, red peppers), egg bread, turkey meatballs, cheese ravioliCountry: South Korea Contents: Mixed grains and rice, bean stew, mixed and fried chicken and vegetables, simmered seaweed a.k.a. steamed green beans, and cabbage kimchi.Country: USA Contents: An empanada, waffle, peach, chocolate milk. Country: Japan Contents: Sweet mochi rice with sweet potatoes and black sesame seeds, tofu and seaweed soup, radish and seaweed mixed salad, fried sea bass, and a mandarin orangeCountry: USA Contents: Cheeseburger, tater tots, chocolate milk, chocolate pudding, and ketchupCountry: USA Contents: Spaghetti with meat sauce, garlic bread, salad, salad dressing, pears, chocolate milk.Country: Japan Contents: Rice w/nori, hamburgers, fried chicken, the ball looking thing is boiled slimy potato, corn and radish salad and pasta under the hamburgers, and a tomato.Country: USA Contents: Grilled cheese sandwich and apples.Country: Japan Contents: Rice w/konbu (a sweet seaweed), nikkujagga (beef with veggies), omelette, sausage, potato puff, apple.Country: USA Contents: Pizza, casserole?, fruit cup, celery with peanut butter and raisins (aka ants on a log), carrot slices, chocolate milk, ranch dressing, fruit rollup, rice crispy treat and Fritos.Country: Japan Contents: Mabo Tofu, fish cake, apple, boiled quail egg, beef, bean sprouts, rice with salmon.Country: USA Contents: Beef and Cheese Enchiladas, Spanish Rice, beans a la charra, strawberries, skim milk.via: whatsforschoollunch.blogspot.com[...]



HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARC !!!

Fri, 13 Apr 2012 12:02:00 +0000



Nowadays he's working on his project about cars and identity. Well it's more complicate than this, so I hope he'll explain you someday . Coming soon... I can't wait! 




Paul & Joe. AKA designer Sophie Albou. 2012 collections. Paris.

Fri, 13 Apr 2012 06:09:00 +0000

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Preview of Upcoming Documentary About the Death and Rebirth of Polaroid Pictures

Thu, 12 Apr 2012 01:48:00 +0000

In February 2008, Polaroid announced that it was ceasing production of instant film. ‘TIME ZERO’ is a documentary that tells the story of the last year of Polaroid film in three acts. Act I introduces the magic of Polaroid through the perspective of Polaroid artists and former employees of the corporation. Act II begins with the discontinuation of instant film and covers the grass-roots movement to keep it alive. Act III centers on ‘The Impossible Project’ and follows their against-the-odds effort to reinvent instant film.

Andy Warhol with my favourite Polaroid Camera, the SX-70


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Trading to Extinction ~ By Photojournalist Patrick Brown

Wed, 11 Apr 2012 23:40:00 +0000

Patrick Brown has been awarded a prize in the World Press Photo contest and the prestige’s 3ppp award for his work on the trafficking of poached animals in Asia. From the pristine jungles of Cambodia to the great national parks of India and Nepal, Asian wildlife is being plundered on an unprecedented scale. Day by day, hour by hour, our planet`s rarest creatures are being hunted, trapped and slaughtered to feed a global black market in wildlife products.  Patrick has worked on this project for 10 years in an attempt to expose that trade.Every year, some 30,000 primates, two-to-five million birds, and ten million reptile skins enter the Asian wild animal market, the third-largest illegal smuggling operation in the world. In cultures where tiger skins, rhino horns, and bear bile are imbued with mythical properties, these wild animal parts are bought and paid for at astonishingly high prices. In Black Market, we come to understand that the price for these rarities may be the very survival of endangered species world-wide, as well as the ecological stability of the planet.Support Patrick's book and find out more about Patrick Brown’s project by visiting his Emphas.is pageThai poacher in cuffs. Score one for the good guys!VICE visits Patrick Brown in Bangkok to talk about the craft of photography and his forthcoming book, Trading to Extinction, which documents the illegal trade of endangered animals in Asia. We then travel with Brown to Guangzhou, China, where he finishes his decade-long project.The sale of bear paws, crocodile hearts, and other rare animal parts form the world's third-largest illegal market. Black Market explores the human passions and ancient beliefs that drive the trade and threaten its most endangered species. See the project at http://mediastorm.com/publication/black-market[...]



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