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Charred and Raw Corn Salad

4 servings<p>All the things that you love about elote (Mexican grilled corn), now in a convenient tossed-together form, perfect for using up fresh produce from the farmers’ market. This recipe is part of the Healthyish Farmers’ Market Challenge. Get all 10 recipes here.<p>August 2018Print<p>Ingredients<p>4 …

Recipes

12 of the Best in Coffee Brewing Technology

Though tea may be the more civilized beverage, it’s the roasted bean of coffee which flows within the veins of many designers and non-designers …

Architecture at the Movies: Why Brutalism Is the Real Star in Spy Films

“Like the fella says, in Italy for 30 years under the Borgias, they had warfare, terror, murder and bloodshed, but they produced Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and the Renaissance. In Switzerland, they had brotherly love; they had 500 years of democracy and peace, and what did that produce? The …

Whipping Post's Leather Roll-Top Backpack

Specially designed technical backpacks have their place in everyone's collection. Though not all designs are universal in function—high alpine trekking calls for a bag with particular features that aren't entirely necessary for day hikes or the daily commute. For everyday life and short journeys, …

Hiking

The Sabah Dealer

Based in NYC, The Sabah reinvents the traditional handmade Turkish slipper with a modern silhouette. Founder Mickey Ashmore first fell in love with the slipper after receiving one as a gift while living in Istanbul four years ago. Comfort persuaded him to wear the shoes on worldly travels, but the …

A Better Way to Think About the Genre Debate

Last month, when the fiction finalists for the National Book Awards were announced, one stood out from the rest: “Station Eleven,” by Emily St. John Mandel. While the other nominated books are what, nowadays, we call “literary fiction,” “Station Eleven” is set in a familiar genre universe, in which …

Sculptural Wood Surfaces by Anthony Roussel

Anthony Roussel, whose sculptural jewelry we featured many years ago, has launched a collection of sculptural surfaces made from layers of …

Interview: Experimental Designer Kiel Mead

<b>Sponsored content:</b><p>Capturing the spirit of the expression "one man’s trash is another man’s treasure," designer Kiel Mead repurposes found objects into nostalgic gems. Born east of the Midwest, Mead relocated to New York to attend Pratt Institute. Transitioning from furniture design to jewelry, …

25 Coffee Shops Around The World You Have To See Before You Die

Caffeine addicts all over the world, unite.

From ZA to NY, Brooklyn Biltong

Dried meats are a staple in many diets around the world. From smoked jerky, the trusty American gas station fare, to South America's dried llama and alpaca snack Ch'arki, what was historically born out of a lack of refrigeration for meats is now a beloved snack. As any South African will attest, …

Shaped by Time

“Shaped by Time” is a time-lapse film that explore the power of nature trough the erosion of the different landscapes shown on the film. During …

Architizer

Designer Masanori Oji Teams Up With Ancient Japanese Brass Foundry to Create Beautiful Products

Saitama-based Masanori Oji's interests are as broad as his skillset. The handicrafts designer has experience in architecture and graphics as well as …

10 Ear Cuffs That Will Help You Fake a Cartilage Piercing

For those who love the look but can't stand the pain.<p>Unlike magnetic nose rings, the earring cuff survived the '90s poser stereotype and is back in full force. Fake the pierced look with these pain-free ear cuffs and no one will be the wiser.

Jewelry

The 50 Best Documentaries

As any second grade teacher knows, children learn what they want to learn. Bobby doesn’t feel like learning division today? Not gonna happen. …

A Film About Coffee

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Releases 400,000 Hi-Res Images Online to the Public

The Metropolitan Museum of Art recently made public an extensive archive of 400,000 high-resolution images available for download and non-commercial use. Divided into categories ranging from Asian Art to European Paintings to American Decorative Arts to overall Highlights, the collection is a …

Museums

The Original Artisanal Hipsters

The Pre-Raphaelites—that dreamy, incestuous, awkward group of Victorian artists, writers, and aesthetes—are back. Whether you’re already familiar with them or haven’t yet had the pleasure of an introduction, a new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a good way to see what they were up …

Gentrification and the Urban Garden

In 2012, Linnette Edwards, a Bay Area real-estate agent, produced a video promoting <i>NOBE</i>, a name conjured up by developers for an area covering parts of Oakland, Berkeley, and the town of Emeryville. She posted it on <i>NOBE</i> Neighborhood, a Web site she created to drum up buzz among potential home …

Frank Lloyd Wright Tried to Solve the City

Frank Lloyd Wright hated cities. He thought that they were cramped and crowded, stupidly designed, or, more often, built without any sense of design at all. He once wrote, “To look at the plan of a great City is to look at something like the cross-section of a fibrous tumor.” Wright was always …