Retna – Fuel Print

Printed on a 40 inch 6 color sheet fed Lithographic press
20″ x 20″ trim size
140# Speckletone Cover Stock “Starch White”
Edition of 60

Available through Known Gallery

Jellyfish at Home

If you’re into getting all clubbed-up with your significant other for an afternoon tea, then this Jellyfish tank is a necessary addition to your beach villa. Color-changing LED’s are optional for purchase, but you’ll need that won’t you?

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Maple Syrup Dumplings

Sometimes you really just need to create a vehicle for maple syrup, and Saveur does just that with this recipe.

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Lunchtime Laughter

Aziz Ansari – Roommates

New York to Los Angeles in 12 minutes

The Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle aka The World’s Fastest Plane aka The Pentagon’s Amazing Failure

Ironlak LRG Green

That’s a great looking can

The One Thing Jay-Z and Kanye Really Got Right With This New Album Thing

Having Spike Jonze direct the video to Otis.

We’ve Got a Thief!

The dude on the left stole the KAWS piece on the right from Marc Ecko. The estimated value of the piece, which was an ad disruption featuring Kate Moss is $100,000. Wild.

More at NBCNY

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Morning Dose of Metropolis II

Chris Burden’s installation opens at LACMA in fall 2011.

Friday’s Vault

Guy Mariano in Mouse

Picture of the Day

David Welch

Hot Knives’ Booze Cruise: Week One

Evan George and Alex Brown are Hot Knives, the Los Angeles-based cooking duo that shares recipes and beer reviews on their ever-popular blog.

On September 6, Mark Batty Publisher will release the Hot Knives vegetarian cookbook Salad Daze, which covers a wide array of veggie recipes—from basic soup stock and cock sauce to psychedelic rice and Portobello poutine—as well as kitchen tips and tricks. Far from your typical cookbook, Salad Daze also features beer and song pairings with every recipe—such as Green Flash Le Freak and Talking Heads “Psycho Killer”—plus ample cuss words and drug references.

Over the next few weeks, Hot Knives will share their top-five booze-based recipes with The World’s Best Ever. The first recipe in this series is a beer-onion soup sandwich that Zio swears is the best grilled cheese ever.

“Of the five trophies we’ve taken at the Grilled Cheese Invitational over the years, our favorite winner is the only one with booze in it—no surprise there,” explains Hot Knives. “We take a beer-infused Belgian onion soup and turn it into a sandwich. The Trappist beer onions mimic a deeply beefy soup, while the crisp cheese-toast and oozy cheese emulate the gooey crouton on top. There’s one way to eat this sammich: we call it the ‘crunch-slurp’ method. And it’s probably as close as you will ever come to sipping a beer as a sandwich.”

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