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New Lighting and Decor from Castor

Their Black Metal Collection is inspired by the line from Spinal Tap in which Nigel Tufnel says “how much more black could this be? None more black.” …

Bhold Design's Heat Buffering Bholdable Tumbler

No traditional method could produce bhold design's ceramic bholdable tumbler. But, thanks to the wonders of 3D printing, its beautiful and unique shape can be crafted without molds or ceramic wheels. The three perforations on its side are more than just charming design flourishes; they're …

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Though the street artist Sainer may be better known for his giant murals, he has also proven his artistic skill on the smaller scale of the canvas. Check out more of Sainer's paintings here: http://hifructose.com/2013/11/03/colorful-canvas-paintings-from-the-street-artist-sainer/

Menopause at 70? Freeze Ovary at 35

For women in perimenopause or menopause, whether or not to take estrogen is one of the biggest challenges faced. Is it safe? Which one? What route? How much? How long?<p>I recently interviewed Dr. Jehoshua Dor at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). Dor, a …

Machiko Ono, volume 37

Five Manifestos for the Creative Life

Some days everyone needs a little extra encouragement. The words or lines or colors don’t want to come, or worse, we don’t even want to sit down to create. That’s when we turn to these inspiring manifestos, any one of which is guaranteed to give our uncooperative creativity a sharp kick in the …

© Hannah Lemholt photography | Love Warriors #rural set

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As part of their contemporary art-focused Windows Program, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has invited Oakland-based artist John Felix Arnold III to create three dynamic installations that will be visible from the outside of the museum through the end of the summer. The SFMOMA is currently closed for renovation through 2016, so the Museum has changed its focus to installations visible from the outside of the museum and events at other venues. Read more on our blog: http://hifructose.com/2013/06/04/preview-john-felix-arnold-iii-at-the-sfmoma/

Cupid’s Conflicted Arrow: Swiss Philosopher Henri-Frédéric Amiel on Love and Its Demons

<i>“Anxiety is love’s greatest killer,”</i> Anaïs Nin admonished.<i>“It creates the failures. It makes others feel as you might when a drowning man holds on to you. You want to save him, but you know he will strangle you with his panic.”</i> And yet the tension between this anxiety and the longing for love that …

Peek Inside 8 Of The World’s Greenest Homes

A new book from Princeton Architectural Press surveys gorgeous “passive” houses that adhere to an emerging standard of sustainability.<p>Do you live in a green home? If you’re like me, you’ve probably done your best to green what you’ve got—swapping out incandescent bulbs, installing a Nest …

One who tries to stand on tiptoe cannot stand... • literary jukebox

One who tries to stand on tiptoe cannot stand still. One who stretches his legs too far cannot walk. One who advertises himself too much is ignored. One who is too insistent on his own view finds few to agree with him. One who claims too much credit does not get even what he deserves. One who is …

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What Is Love? Famous Definitions from 400 Years of Literary History

After those collections of notable definitions of art, science, and philosophy, here comes a selection of poetic definitions of a peculiar phenomenon that is at once more amorphous than art, more single-minded than science, and more philosophical than philosophy itself. Gathered here are some of …

Joan Didion on Self-Respect

For the past half-century, <b>Joan Didion</b> (b. December 5, 1934) has been dissecting the complexities of cultural chaos with equal parts elegant anxiety, keen criticism, and moral imagination.<p>From her 1968 essay anthology <b>Slouching Towards Bethlehem</b> (<i>public library</i>) comes “On Self Respect” — a …

Why Your 'Green Lifestyle' Choices Don't Really Matter

New painting by Erik Jones, who is featured on the cover of our current issue: You can get one here. We flat rate ship our issues, so getting two ships for the same rate, as do 3-6: http://store.hifructose.com/products/copy-of-hi-fructose-volume-27-pre-order-ships-in-april

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Aaron Nagel recently sent us some process shots of his latest piece: "Signals". The entirely self-taught painter will be debuting the new work at this year's Miami Beach festivities taking placing during Art Basel: Miami. The work will show with other notable names such as Shepard Fairey, Blek le Rat, Hush and Eddie Colla during the Arts Fund Expo at the W Hotel, curated by Justin Giarla of White Walls. http://hifructose.com/the-blog/1047-new-work-by-aaron-nagel.html

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