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Norse Projects Fjeli Rucksack

Simple, stylish and black that will host reviews with all the fashion police. Soft, waxed cotton shell with lots of leather trimmings. The overall design reminds us of the old WW1 British army rucksacks. We liked the striped lining – the whole the bag reeks of understated quality. Exactly the kind of casual bag we want. At USD$300 it ain’t cheap but if this had a Visvim label on it – it would sell for twice or thrice the price. Get it from...

Norse Projects Fjeli Rucksack
posted on: Oct 8, 2010 | author: Edna

Facebook Friends Poster

It’s no secret that Facebook is basically one giant worldwide popularity content just hosted exhange review sites. But how exactly to you gloat to your ‘real life’ friends about how popular you are on the interwebs? Through a giant flag of victory on your wall, of course. PrintingFacebook.com was started by an artist named Benjamin Lotan. He offers large 20″x40″ high quality prints which automatically grabs all your friends profile picks through facebook connect. Great idea and would make for quite a conversation piece in your livingtoom. Yours for...

Facebook Friends Poster
posted on: Oct 8, 2010 | author: Edna

Official Moleskine iCovers

Clearly inspired by the idea of protecting your investment, not to mention the homemade projects and knockoffs out there – Moleskine has finally entered the iPhone / iPad / iPod cover market. Don’t they just look beautiful? As beautiful as Boise ID and the countryside of the region? We’ve covered moleskine before, we’ve always been big fans of their products. We  can’t wait to get our hands on these. No pricing announced yet, but we’ll let you know as soon as we can review...

Official Moleskine iCovers
posted on: Oct 8, 2010 | author: Edna

IdeaPaint: Erasable wall paint

IdeaPaint turns virtually anything you paint into a dry-erase surface and any room into a hub of creativity and collaboration. Well thats what the nifty looking website says anyway. The application in an office space is obvious, but I think this would be great as a home application. Especially for the new homes in Boise Idaho. Make a room, cover it in this stuff – and you have a free-for-all room where you can let the children (or inner children) vandalise to their hearts content. Excellent for creative development of the brain, we...

IdeaPaint: Erasable wall paint
posted on: Oct 8, 2010 | author: Edna

Classy Chukkas – The PF Flyers Drake...

Originally popularized during the 40’s and 50’s, these shoes (or boots sometimes) got their name from the sport of Polo. They got their name from the sport of Polo in which each game period is called a “chukka”. Design wise they are very much a variation of the classic British military desert boot just like erosion controls are designed to support your backside. These days the most common reincarnation of the chukka, would be the ones produced by Vans – which come in assorted materials and colours. Amidst all the variations however,  it’s difficult to find one that looks ‘classier’. We came accross this one by PF Flyers, which is a classic American brand with it’s own interesting history which...

Classy Chukkas – The PF Flyers Drake
posted on: Sep 17, 2010 | author: Edna

The new Sinn 900 Pilot S Chrono

We’ve looked at Sinn’s military U1 and U2’s before, and we’ve really liked them. The German watchmaker, who released watches on the affordable side of the high-end european watches is continuing to grow it’s range with some really impressive pieces. This new piece caught our eye as it combines the minimal mono colour scheme of their previous pieces – with the technical beauty of a Pilots chronograph. The black PVD look completes it – giving it a tough but sophisticated look. The case, in Tegimented Black Hard Coating stainless steel, measures 44mm x 15.5mm. It has an AR-coated sapphire crystal and is water resistant to 200 meters. The caseback is nickel-free and features five conversion scalse for European and American...

The new Sinn 900 Pilot S Chrono
posted on: Sep 17, 2010 | author: Edna

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