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Cute Mammal With Teddy Bear Face Rediscovered

You could call it one of the world’s longest games of hide and seek.  For more than 20 years, the Ili pika (Ochotona iliensis), a type of tiny, mountain-dwelling mammal with a teddy bear face, had eluded scientists in the Tianshan Mountains of northwestern China.   42 more words

Rediscovered: MAC Satin taupe

I haven’t done a rediscovered post for a while. Recently I found myself reaching more and more for my old love, Mac’s Satin Taupe.

It’s a beautiful taupe with a silver shimmer and a hint of purple. 156 more words

Tokyo

Historic Wallpaper 1904 +

Finding historic wallpapers is quite exciting, revealing the hidden design history of a house is strangely intimate.   

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Design

Bubble&

Break through foods aren’t just about new cuisines, it’s also about creating new trends by rediscovering much loved classics and reinventing their concept.

No better example than Bubble&, one of the latest street foods start-ups which has recently excited London’s taste buds and caused quite a splash on the food scene. 167 more words

Healthy

Corbusier Sketchbook - Complete Volumes 1- 4

Le Corbusier carried a sketchbook with him nearly everywhere throughout his life. He jotted down everything that caught his interest—buildings, people, pictures, ideas, projects, objects. 134 more words

Books

Edward Kienholz- Signs of the Time

Edward Kienholz, an often over looked artist of the Beat Generation, was more appreciated in Europe than in his native America. His work, usually in collaboration with his wife & partner Nancy Reddin Kienholz, was highly critical of modern American life. 13 more words

New Books

Tamales

There have been some big hits with Mexican food recently in London- but have you heard of Tamales?

One of the oldest traditional Mesoamerican dishes, Tamales are the latest food trends to reach our shores- reportedly eaten by the Mayan and Aztec populations. 155 more words

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