Making Time is throwing a RAD-B-Q this Sunday, July 3, at Bamboo Bar (927 N. Delaware Ave.). T3ETH, Puro Instinct and John Maus will be performing so go get your red, white and blue gear on and get ready for some fishbowls! Make sure to tune in tomorrow night for Making Time RADio on 88.5 XPN from 9pm to 11pm EST. to get this weekend off to a good start.
It seemed like there was no way Deadly Ponies could top their last killer collection but boy did they prove me wrong. All the new pieces for A/W are above and beyond amazing and this is just the tip of the iceberg. X - Jen
This Brooklyn High video by Katie "KMC" McCurdy reminds us of all the best parts of those beach trips growing up: pizza, rides, and carnival games. The video, a preview for Brooklyn Magazine's upcoming issue, will make you want to hop in your car with some friends and head for the boardwalk.
Homemade Speed is a crazy web store that sells jewelry made out of animal bones, Barbie heads, tube worm shells, and other odds and ends. Oh, and it's terrifying. These necklaces are insane but definitely unique! - Hazel
These handmade Perks and Mini mocs are so cute I want to snuggle them, but that would be creepy. Instead I will put the handmade leather shoes (finished with colored tassels and circular paneled heels) on my feet - and I won't be taking them off. - Nadia
Imagine that you have your very own personal shopper. This personal shopper travels all over the world searching antique and vintage stores, for abandoned high class pieces, one of a kind finds. Now imagine that after 20 yrs of collecting these pieces she is now offering them to be purchased by the general public. That's what Kelly Johnson of Chi Chi and the Greekis currently doing. Everyone loves finding that best kept secret, that hot spot where you find the most amazing one of a kind of pieces, and this is definitely that.—Aren
I am a huge chesterfield fan when it comes to furniture and I can't get over how cute these little Bux de Luxe seats are from Dutch Summer. Litter them throughout your house or confuse your friends by putting them outside in the garden! X - Jen
Chances are that you have seen Leif Podhajsky's kaleidoscope style artwork and didn't even know it. Maybe you've seen it on album covers for artists such as Lykke Li, The Vines, and Gypsy & The Cat? Maybe it's your desktop background and you didn't even realize it? Whichever it is, his Visual Melt artwork is unforgettable even if the spelling of his name isn't.
Have you ever wanted to put something on your refrigerator but didn't have a magnet? Well, these are to replace the real gum you ended up using to hold that picture up. Find these Already Been Chewed magnets over at Trophies. Happy sticking!
Work.Place is a project by Portland photographer Carlie Armstrong that focuses on artist's work spaces. From glass blowers to printmakers, Armstrong captures the beauty (and the clutter) of the place where an artist creates their work. - Hazel