Inside the studio: Tomorrow Partners

If there is a model for what sustainable design should look and act like in the new century, as of today it might have to be Tomorrow in Berkeley, Calif. For the latest in our studio series, Tomorrow Partners founder and creative director Gaby Brink takes us on a tour of where the powers of sustainability and design intersect.

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ENTER THE ICON6 ROADSHOW: DEADLINE IS APRIL 5

ICON6, the 2010 installment of the biennial Illustrators Conference, will again feature the Roadshow, where the work of 100 artists is selected for a special portfolio salon. The deadline for self-nominations to be considered for the Roadshow is fast approaching: April 5.

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Inside the studio: Designing & cooking with Louise Fili (special recipe, too!)

The work of Louise Fili — one of the most celebrated designers of our time — is richly allusive, with a depth of connotations … but always instantly, effortlessly recognizable as hers alone. Here she describes how her studio and love of cooking activate, enliven and inform her practice, and she offers a personal recipe.

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MOHAWK LAUNCHES LOOP, WORLD’S MOST COMPREHENSIVE LINE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PAPERS

Mohawk Fine Papers announces the launch of Mohawk Loop: the world’s most comprehensive line of recycled and environmentally preferable papers. Made with renewable energy and post-consumer fiber — including the largest selection of 100% post-consumer waste (pcw) options — these papers offer an environmental pedigree without sacrificing quality, variety or performance. The line also includes a new silk finish paper with the highest pcw content for a coated paper available.

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Choose to re-use: Look at Chronicle Books

[Alyson Kuhn] Three years ago today — April 1, 2007, no foolin’— Chronicle Books moved into a former warehouse that, in its original life, was a machine shop servicing ships in San Francisco Bay, just up the block. Two gantry cranes from that era still remain in the lobby. Chronicle’s commitment to creative re-use is manifest on every floor, in many a drawer and many a bin.

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Daily art nutrition at ArtistADay.com

The mission of Artist A Day is to raise awareness of art globally and to bring more art to more people. This brainchild of Dave Pitman and Geoff Pitchford seems to be buy cheap kamagra

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