Stunning vintage maps tracing the meandering Mississippi Who doesn't need one of these: a cutting board that doubles as an iPad stand magCulture reviews the new issue of Gym Class Magazine (featuring my interview with ex-Guardian design director Mark Porter – more details on that soon) Iain Claridge's blog is an ever dependable source of great photography, old and new. A few recent gems: Enric Adrian Gener's freediving pics, the Apollo crew hanging out by the pool, and the concretious beauty of Franz House. The King of Legoland is basically a musical inventory of my childhood I think I may need some Muji touchscreen gloves Ice Cube celebrates Ray and Charles Eames. Related: Anthony Kiedis and Ed Ruscha drive the Sunset Strip, and a giant, disembodied John Baldessari head haunt Jason Schwartzman down Wilshire Blvd Old maps of ZX Spectrum games, including the amazing Treasure Island Dizzy Mike Reed makes the most of commuting and being burdened with an iPad (poor thing) by drawing fellow travellers Siri is mean. The Criterion Collection's little blue stickers (which helpfully notify you that the Blu-Ray disc you've just bought is, in fact, a Blu-Ray disc) really infuriate me. A very simple way to ruin some amazing artwork. I know they come off, but why put them on all the website images? Starter Upper auto-generates you Dot-Com 2.0 business plan Vitsœ do it in workshops without robots Oh dear lord it's a Shooter Sandwich It's British Egg Week next week, so you should probably get yourself some mail order hand made scotch eggs One last thing: goodbye swisscheeseandbullets.com, hello danielgray.com. I like to keep you on your toes.
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