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Cult of Individuality – Future Vintage Project SPONSORED

You know you're not supposed to toss your raw denim in the wash, but there's that breaking point when you just have to, right? Cult of Individuality wants to entice you to push those limits with the Future Vintage Project. If you can commit to breaking in a pair of raw denim from Cult as often as possible through April 30th without washing them, you could earn a $1,000 credit and your personal style even get produced. Throughout the process, your jeans will develop a signature fade and a unique wear that's totally your own. Document the extended break-in process, and you could score the $1,000 credit. We’re in, are you? ... check it out
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State Bicycle Co. Contender Series

Even without the hot, tattooed blonde in lingerie, the photo shoot for the new Contender Series from State Bicycle Co. contained porn... bike porn. But then there's also the hot, tattooed blonde in lingerie (Alysha Nett, if you were wondering) and, well, you get the idea. They teamed up with Van Styles and Jeff Olsen for ... continue reading
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The Labels of Prairie Artisan Ales

Prairie Artisan Ales crafts some really, really good beers. If you haven’t had the pleasure, get your hands on some Bomb! or any of their farmhouse ales whenever you have the chance. One of the other reasons we dig the Oklahoma brewery is the artwork on their labels. We had the chance to talk with Colin Healey, who started the brewery with his brother Chase, about the design and direction of, not only what goes in the bottles, but what ... ... continue reading
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Pop Culture Coins

Andre Levy has chosen an interesting medium for his art work: Coins. The Brazilian designer uses the images on a variety of different coins to paint well-known pop culture figures on to them. Characters like Lion-O, Rorschach from Watchmen, and tons more have made their way onto some currency thanks to Levy's steady ... continue reading
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Famous Blades

If you read our link roundup posts, you've probably seen Federico Mauro's work before. Both his "Famous Shoes" and "Famous Guns" collections were worthy of sharing. For his latest set of work, he turned his attention on some of the sharp and devilish objects seen in movies, TV, and pop culture. From Sweeney Todd's ... continue reading
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Star Wars Ship Posters

We're just going to come right out and say that it's about time someone took the minimalist poster approach to some of the coolest supporting characters from the Star Wars universe--the ships. DeviantArt user WeaponIX made up posters of the Jedi Starfighter, Sith Infiltrator, Slave I, X-Wing and the TIE fighter. We're ... continue reading
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Simon Stålenhag Sci-Fi Paintings

Simon Stålenhag's paintings of an alternate future where robots, dinosaurs and humanity somehow coexist are gorgeous. They exist somewhere between the realms of Oblivion (the movie), Half Life 2 and Fallout 3. Realities that never came to pass but are so imaginative that you can't help but want to step inside of them. ... continue reading
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Beer Labels in Motion

On more than one occasion we’ve seen the labels on our beer bottles doing things. Even in our drunken, imaginative stupor they never looked as good as the ones created by Beer Labels in Motion. Magic Hat, Stone, Flying Dog, Dogfish Head, Lagunitas, the list goes on–all animated without the morning after headache. ... continue reading
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Currency Collages

Mark Wagner's art might be the most expensive in the world. No, the pieces don't sell at auctions for insane amounts of money, the reason they are expensive is because they're made with money. The collection of Currency Collages are created using one dollar bills (okay, so it's not like he's ripping up hundreds) and ... continue reading