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When the high-powered art lawyer Thaddeus Stauber and his wife, Tracy O’Brien, teamed up to realize their dream house at the beach, the result was an art-filled oasis, equal parts indoors and out. In 2003, the couple purchased a 1950s stucco beach bungalow from the original owner. Located just off the hip and happening Abbot Kinney in Venice, California, they are “on the quieter side, behind the French Market Cafe,”

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Next month, all eyes will be on the West Coast of the US as fair behemoth Frieze sees whether it can heat up Los Angeles at its inaugural edition in the city, where it is being joined by Dean Valentine’s new project Felix LA at the nearby Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. But the 2019 calendar is studded with fairs around the world, from Paris to the Phillippines. To help you keep track, we’ve compiled

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Breakfast can be one of the hardest meals to plan when you are following a keto diet as a vegan. Though sweet breakfasts like vegan pancakes or keto protein smoothies can be a great option, sometimes you might crave a savory traditional breakfast like scrambled eggs. With a little creative cooking and a few seasonings, you can whip up a tasty, vegan version of scrambled eggs in a matter of

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Linda Miller Nicholson creates spectacular pastas from scratch, ranging from her signature rainbow fusilli to Mario Kart-inspired red and white ravioli. She works with all natural ingredients like butterfly pea flowers (blue), beets and blueberries (purple), turmeric (yellow), and parsley (green) to infuse her flour, egg, and water mixtures with eye-popping colors. Because her pastas are freshly made, quick cooking time allows the colors to maintain their vibrance after boiling. Nicholson shares

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Japanese embroidery artist ipnot (previously) continues to dazzle us with her creative miniatures formed from thread and embroidery hoops. The works often incorporate props, such as ketchup bottles or chopsticks, to add an interactive layer to the pieces. Textile noodles are staged in slurping position while a perfect pile of ketchup appears to have just been dolloped onto another one of her works. The artist’s realistic designs typically involve food,

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Each December, surrounded by wonderlands of white paper snowflakes, bright red winterberries, and forests of green conifers reclaiming their ancestral territory from inside the nation’s living rooms and hotel lobbies, children and adults delight to see the true harbinger of the holidays: aluminum …

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Hypervsn Solo L When we saw this hologram technology, we couldn't figure out how on earth it worked – it really looks the full "Help me, Obi-Wan". The secret: an array of spinning blades rigged with LEDs that create a convincing 3D image at 30 frames per second. Hypervsn's latest unit is 75cm, allowing for a picture 80% larger than before. ElectraFly Advertisement This hybrid electric personal flying machine takes off and lands vertically

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With London Fashion Week Men's under our western belts, it's time to look further ashore as the fashion pack moves on to Pitti Uomo. Situated in Florence, Italy, typically we see a different style of dressing at the trade show. Instead of A-Cold-Wall* x Nike kicks and Cottweiler track jackets, you can expect more expert tailoring, which means a hell of a lot more suits for you to ogle at.

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