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Jordan Voth Photography

Most men know how to do a lot of things but are only exceptional at a few of them. We're really good at finding cool stuff on the Internet, but calculus is an instant migraine. We could write about the newest gadgets and gear until the sun comes up, but writing about an amuse-bouche is nothing more than a flashing ... continue reading
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Drinkwel Is The Multivitamin For People Who Drink SPONSORED

We down green drinks, work at standing desks and mess around with kettlebells to stay in shape, but that doesn't mean we don't enjoy knocking a few back at happy hour. Drinkwel is the multivitamin especially designed for guys who drink. The multivitamin was developed by two Berkeley grads to replenish nutrients, support liver health and process alcohol induced toxins so you can feel better about having those Double IPAs after you finish your run. Try it out, and if you aren't satisfied, they'll give you your money back, including shipping. ... check it out
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Steve Jobs Patents

Even if you don't have a device branded by the fantastic digital fruit, it's hard to argue that Steve Jobs didn't change the world for the better with his time in our little slice of the galaxy. He touched a lot of lives in a lot of ways with his special brand of technical artistry. The New York Times put together ... continue reading
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Who . . . Is . . . Hanksy?

Call us suckers but we love a good mystery (as long as it doesn't involve Nicholas Cage). We try to solve every crime on Law & Order, we look for life's meaning at the bottom of every bottle of booze (wow, that sounded depressing) and we've diligently scanned "Exit Through The Gift Shop" to see if we could ... continue reading
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Post-It Wars

Post-It notes are one of the greatest accidents in history. You can use them to remember everything from conference call notes to birthdays to what page you left off on in your book without damaging personal, or business property. Clever Parisians are taking the unassuming note to whole new levels with the Post-It ... continue reading
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Typography Portraits

Using typography to create cool, wall mountable images of other things is really nothing new in the world of design. Time and time again we've seen talented artists throw the adage "a picture is worth 1,000 words" out the window in favor of using the same words to create pictures. We're not sure precisely how the ... continue reading
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Derek Gores Collages

Sometimes, the most deliberate of things come together based purely on their randomness. The collages of Derek Gores are a perfect example. With subject matters ranging from femme fatales to 5.0L cammer engines, Gores isn't afraid to tote the line between dream and reality. As he describes it, "In the collages, ... continue reading
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Video Game Classics

Regardless of where you stand on the whole "video games as art" debate (for the record, we're for it), they involve some aspect of art - even if it's only the cover. If movie posters (which usually end up becoming some aspect of the DVD or VHS jacket) are considered art, why not video game covers? Maybe it's just ... continue reading
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The New Art

This post is brought to you by Saab. At Saab, we believe in independent thinking. It’s in everything we do. Learn more here. Graffiti has existed for decades as simple gang tags on street corners, illegible writing on subway cars, or bathroom stall words of wisdom on penis size and/or who to call for a ... continue reading
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The Tapestries of Erin M. Riley

Back before everyone knew it wasn't such a good idea to post debaucherous pictures on Facebook, you couldn't even log on at work without seeing pictures of bong rips and girl-on-girl action. We've all grown out of the phase where we thought any of that was a good idea (posting the pictures, not the acts themselves), ... continue reading
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Miniature Urban Sculptures

Miniature versions of things will always have a place in our heart. It doesn't matter if it's Estes Rockets or Revell cars or Micro Machines or even Lego, we've been playing with miniature models for as long as we can remember. Alan Wolfson has turned what we thought was only a childhood hobby into a full on artist ... continue reading