Julie Gerstein

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The Japanese are constantly coming up with ingenious and totally unnecessary inventions. They even have a word for those inventions — Chindogu. Take these sensor-oriented cat ears, which respond to human emotions. The ears perk up and down based on how you’re feeling. If you’re relaxed, the ears go down. If you’re nervous or… READ MORE »



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British artist Inge Jacobsen creates cross-stitched covers of Vogue with painstaking detail. Says Jacobsen, “With the over saturation of images, my practice seeks to intervene in this overwhelming consumption from the mass produced and alter it to create something unique. By using intricate and, at times, painstaking technique such as embroidery, I am disrupting the… READ MORE »




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Deana is the super cool lady behind Living Green with Glamour. “It’s essentially a lifestyle blog devoted to all things sublime and ‘sustainable’ — whether that’s an organic lip balm, a vintage YSL handbag, a recipe for Vegan Bahn Mi or the best new pieces in eco-fashion and home décor,” explains Deana. “I have a… READ MORE »


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Back before Karl Lagerfeld was all leather and cigarettes and Diet Coke, he was a demure designer in a single-breasted coat. Seen here (far left) with a few models and fellow designer Yves St. Laurent, one could hardly imagine what would come. … READ MORE »


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Andy Warhol helped make the Campbell’s Soup can an iconic image. The Campbell’s folks caught on to the idea and created this nifty little sack, perfect for carrying all your essentials, or, you know, a few cans of Clam Chowder. [TripleOrgasmo] … READ MORE »





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