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    MacBook Selfie Stick is an Accident Waiting to Happen

    Stop me if you’ve heard this one before — someone made an artistic statement about vanity and isolation in the selfie age. This time, artists Moises, John Yuyi, and Tom Galle made a particularly robust selfie stick designed for the MacBook, then went around New York City taking pictures of people using the stick to […]

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    Klio Transforms Traditional Living Room Art into a 4K Display

    I’m not an art expert, but I’d imagine that the term ‘digital art’ encompasses a wide range of media. Klio is a new company with a platform they hope will encourage the explosion of a very particular kind of digital art — one that hangs on your wall like a painting, but is dynamic. They […]

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    Makerframe is for Art Lovers with Short Attention Spans

    Usually when we talk about photo frames being connected to apps, we get the digital frames that can display Facebook pictures and all that. They can even gradually cycle through a selected group of photos! Pretty cool, but hey, maybe you’re tired of looking at screens all the time. Maybe you have a yearning for […]

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    Check This Out – Art You Can Touch and Even Sit On

    I’m telling you, furniture is where it’s at these days. First we have all kinds of new weird and wonderful things coming out of ICFF, and now we have a canvas print you can sit on. Throw out all the rules you learned in art museums, because Canvas is one piece you can definitely touch.

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    SCORE!! Britto Barbie Celebrates the World Cup

    The 2014 World Cup kicks off in a little over a month, and with Brazil hosting this year, it’s pretty obvious what’s required – a new Barbie, clearly. Romero Britto, a neo-pop artist, has offered his take on Barbie, giving her a bright, colorful dress filled with Brasil, hearts, and soccer. Those three seem to […]

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    Logitech Eye Candy Color Collection Includes Tweet Tweet Mouse

    Logitech is coming out with its own answer to Microsoft’s Artist Series of mobile mice with their Eye Candy collection. Logitech hasn’t named which artists and designers are behind these mice, but the neat artistry is still there. The Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 will get four different designs that are in the same vein as what […]

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    Hello Kitty, Hello Art! Gallery Exhibition Celebrates Sanrio Characters

    “Hello Kitty, Hello Art!” is a new art exhibition where you can find art inspired Hello Kitty and other favorite Sanrio characters. The exhibition which opened at Openhouse Gallery in New York last night, features paintings, sculpture, prints & media from popular street and contemporary artists from around the world – all of which have been […]

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    Check Out the Dell XPS 13 at Create.Work.Inspire. with Intel

    This Thursday Dell and Intel head back to New York City for their third Create.Work.Inspire event. This time the XPS 13 Ultrabook takes center stage as a key player in the creation of a music video for Japanese rock band, The Suzan. We’ll be on hand and behind the scenes, watching as the Create.Work.Inspire uses the […]

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    Intel and Vice Bring the Creators Project Back to New York

    Arts, Music, and Technology — what more could we want? The Creators Project  is “a global network dedicated to the celebration of creativity, culture and technology.” The Multi-Day exhibition has been making its way around the world for over a year already. We had the pleasure of checking it out this weekend in New York […]

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    Samsung Aims to Replace Art Canvases with SM’ART Gallery Panels

    Samsung’s SMART TVs and smartphones might be all the rage nowadays, but the company is about to head into a new frontier of SMART devices, and these are the first of their kind. Samsung’s upcoming SM’ART Gallery Panels are essentially digital canvases that are designed to display fine art. The panels themselves are high resolution […]

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    Made in Polaroid Exhibit Features Art by Celebs Like James Franco

    Polaroid’s Instant Printers have always unleashed the creative artist inside of its users, and now a new exhibit celebrates artwork by artists, designers, photographers, actors and musicians, who have all used Lady Gaga’s GL10 printer to create unique works of art. Some of the well-known celebs who have contributed to this new Made in Polaroid […]

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    Microsoft Teams Up with Artists for Wireless Mouse Series

    Microsoft hardware has unveiled a new series of mice that aren’t just colorful, they are actually works of art. The company’s design team actually commissioned five of their favorite artists to produce six different mice as part of the Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Studio Series Artist Edition. Yep, that is a mouth full. The artwork […]

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    Crash Matos Officially Debuts the Tumi Tag Luggage and iPhone 4 Case

    Tumi is spraying some graffiti onto its line-up of typically black luggage. Their latest collaboration with urban artist “Crash” has led to the debut of the Crash Matos Limited Edition Travel cases. It might seem like an odd match between a typically corporate style case manufacturer and a graffiti-inspired artist, but quite honestly it’s a […]

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    Tumi Tag Limited Edition Luggage Comes with Matching iPhone Case

    Tumi  – normally known for their drab black luggage, backpacks and carry-ons, has decided to get trendy and enlist New York graffiti artist John “Crash” Matos. The Tumi Tag is a limited edition series that not only features four unique and highly stylized durable hardside cases that are either carry-ons

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    Aerial7 Tank Mondrian Headphones Review

    We can’t get enough of fun and trendy-looking headphones, and they don’t get much trendier then the Aerial7 Tank Headphones. These over-the-ear DJ-style headphones come in a variety of fab color schemes and all feature big sound, large swiveling ear cups, comfortable padded headbands, and interchangeable cables.

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    Tetris Tetriminos as Wall Art

    Who doesn’t love Tetris? In fact I still find myself playing the classic game once and awhile. But aside from playing the game, wouldn’t it be fun to have Tetris adorn your walls? Come on, I bet you have thought about it atleast once.