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Even if it hasn't got any, you can easily add the text you want by clicking the customize button you'll see. It's easy peasy! And for t-shirts and most other products you can change the color, style and size to suit you with just a click!

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Louis Vuitton Capucines Wallet

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The fresh batch of Capucines are in! And so, Louis Vuitton does it again – creating the finest small leather goods when you need them the most. The Capucines wallet is officially the one to watch out for this season. With a price that has yet to be disclosed (do I hear a loud “cha-ching”?), this wallet is now making […] 
 
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Autumn Equinox Flame Fractal Medium Size Messenger Bag

Featuring a floral theme, this messenger bag looks both classy and practical. Click to customize / personalize to make it yours.


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Fractal art depicting floral theme in autumn colors on dark background.

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Elegant Tangerine Tango Stars Pattern Laptop Bags

Keeping that elegant look in the office can be difficult but when you've got a classy laptop bag with you like with this unique design, it'll be a breeze! Make sure you click to see what it looks like personalized for you...


A simple pattern design. Orange vector stars side by side forming an elegant pattern.

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Eagle Nebula, Messier 16 - Pillars of Creation Skins For The MacBook Air

Carry your laptop in style with this easy-on protective case and be unique with this astounding image from deep in the universe.


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Galaxies, Stars and Nebulae series A breathtaking outer space picture showing a spectacular three-colour composite mosaic image of the Eagle Nebula (Messier 16, or NGC 6611). It's based on images obtained with the Wide-Field Imager camera on the MPG/ESO 2.2-metre telescope at the La Silla Observatory.

At the centre, the so-called “Pillars of Creation” can be seen and this wide-field image shows not only the central pillars, but also several others in the same star-forming region, as well as a huge number of stars in front of, in, or behind the Eagle Nebula.

The cluster of bright stars to the upper right is NGC 6611, home to the massive and hot stars that illuminate the pillars. The “Spire” - another large pillar - is in the middle left of the image.

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5 Cities Lightweight Hard shell Travel Luggage Suitcase- 4 Wheel Spinner Trolley Bag 21" Fits 55x40x20cm, 26" 63x48x28cm, 29" 73x56x32cm (5 Years Guarantee)

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Husky Dog Bag

Here's a great tote bag featuring an adorable pet dog. Love animals, love this bag! Click to customize / personalize to make it yours.



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Siberian husky sled dog up close bag.

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Mother of the Bride Tote Bag

Here's a fantastic design submitted by a Zazzle storekeeper. What do you think of it? Click the image to see what it looks like personalized for you...


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Pretty floral canvas tote bag, just for the mother of the bride, with graphics of a lovely lavender rose. A pale purple frame, a purple and white gingham bow on the stem of the rose and text reading, Mother of the Bride. Customize for the whole wedding party by changing the text.

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5 Cities 55cm/50cm Cabin Trolley Carry-on Hand Luggage Bag for Easyjet & Ryanair

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5 Cities 55cm/50cm Cabin Trolley Carry-on Hand Luggage Bag for Easyjet & Ryanair
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Z Monogram Initial Jumbo Tote Bag

A great design from one of Zazzle's storekeeper artists that has your monogram on it. Just click the picture and type in your initials.


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Elegant, ornate, black and white ,vintage goth design with a monogram initial. Makes a great gift.

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Picture of day: sexy dancer

And now for something completely different..

Each day at around this time we post something a bit random - but which we're sure you'll enjoy :)
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Outdoortips Foldable & Reusable 380ml Water Drink Bottle with Carabiner Clip Hook For Outdoor Camp Camping Hiking

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Outdoortips Foldable & Reusable 380ml Water Drink Bottle with Carabiner Clip Hook For Outdoor Camp Camping Hiking
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Green & White Damask Cosmetic Bag

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Green and white floral damask print cosmetic bag.

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How Silicon Valley Became Hollywood’s Scariest Villain

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As new film Inside Out shows San Francisco as a very scary place, Greg Taylor explores Hollywood’s deeply ambiguous relationship with the tech industry…

RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES

The Golden Gate Bridge gets totalled in Rise of the Planet of the Apes

In 1985’s Back to the Future II irritating punk Marty McFly travels to the distant future of 2015 where cool teens zip around on hoverboards, a holographic shark looms over cinemas, and the skies throng with flying cars.

In Blade Runner, rereleased in cinemas this year, moody Rick Deckard hunts replicants in hellish 2019 Los Angeles, incapable of telling apart flesh-and-blood from synthetic. And in Terminator Genisys, the most recent disappointment in the once-great franchise, gormless hero Kyle Reese teleports between 2029 and 1984, eventually arriving in 2017 San Francisco where the events that precipitate Judgement Day are in process, something to do with a giant Apple-like software system that will eventually crush humanity. 

We’re living in, or fast approaching, the future we’ve been reaching for; and it’s not what we thought it would be. Sure, we can use our debit cards to travel on the Tube, pay for our coffees by flashing our phones, and have an eerie voice talk us through the directions to a countryside pub that’s got four and half circles on TripAdvisor, but do we have the memory transfer devices Katherine Bigelow’s bruising Strange Days thought we’d have by 1999, the self-aware robo-slaves that Bicentennial Man gave us in 2005, or the time travelling body snatchers Freejack told us we’d see in 2009? Sadly not.

Understandably, our sci-fi is getting impatient, and no longer looking so far into the future.

This year’s present-day-set Ex Machina took Domhnall Gleeson’s nerdy programmer to a top secret location where tech guru Oscar Isaac introduces him to his latest creation – a super-advanced artificial intelligence. Gleeson is charged with putting the robot, an uncannily alluring Alicia Vikander, through the Turing Test and quickly finds it intellectually impossible to prove it isn’t sentient, and difficult not to develop romantic feelings for the mass of blinking lights and sprockets.

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Ex Machina

The idea that there are hidden advances out there now well beyond anything we plebs have seen makes for appealing narrative, packaged with conspiracy theories, technological angst and dystopian yearnings. And Isaac’s brooding genius is a neat representation of the new breed of techno-celebrity – Jobs, Zuckerberg, Page – obsessive, insanely rich and geeky with borderline personality issues – but nevertheless a magnet for Vanity Fair, Wired and other relentless botherers of our Ozymandian overlords. The most interesting thing about Ex Machina, perhaps, is that it barely seems like sci-fi at all.

Neill Blomkamp’s grimy Chappie, released in March, isn’t anchored in a particular year, but its crime-ridden urban squalor isn’t a huge leap from modern Johannesburg and again deals with secretive AI experiments and self-awareness, this time mixing in contemporary concerns over military appropriation and misuse of ostensibly non-violent technology.

And Channel 4’s critically acclaimed new drama, Humans (the star of which, Gemma Chan, gives an exclusive interview in the latest issue of PHOENIX)  finds artificial intelligence infiltrating suburban homesteads in a parallel present which again takes sci-fi tropes – existential angst, creeping threat – and plonks them squarely in a completely recognisable modern context, an acceptance that we haven’t necessarily reached where we thought we would be, but we damn well should have, and this is what it might look like. And it’s not good. Only a couple of days ago another major tech-celeb, Hyperloop-imagineer and PayPal founder Elon Musk, joined with Stephen Hawking and over 1,000 mega-boffins to warn against exactly the ambitions set out in Chappie and its ilk, ignoring the irony that’s their technological leaps-and-bounds that will make all this possible.

Musk’s spiritual home of San Francisco is the American urban signifier of the kind of technical advances that sci-fi movies are so obsessed, entranced and terrified by, so it’s no surprise that that it has become the city of choice for movie designer disaster.

It used to be de rigueur that it would be the Chrysler Building crashing down, the Empire State pockmarked by asteroid collisions, the Statue of Liberty decapitated by rampaging beasts, but since the Bay Area and Silicon Valley became synonymous with tech evolution, there has been a marked shift to the west.

With big names like Google setting up shop in Mountain View, Apple in Cupertino (which sounds like a Two Ronnies joke), and Facebook in Palo Alto, San Francisco has become what New York was in the 80s and 90s – a hotbed of cash, cocky showmanship and charisma. It’s no coincidence, given the nature of this new money and celebrity, that scientific advances cause the primate Golden Gate carnage in 2011’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes, that Khan crashes his spaceship into the futuristic Golden City in 2013’s Star Trek: Into Darkness, or that 2014’s monumentally awful Transcendence sees Johnny Depp’s AI-obsessed boffin take over the world from his top-secret California lair.

Perhaps the most potent example of the ambiguous relationship movies have with the Golden Gate City is in Pixar’s new, marvellous Inside Out. In it, 11 year old Riley’s inner emotions are exposed and reshuffled as she moves from homely, comfortable Minnesota to grim, gloomy San Francisco, losing her childish innocence and colouring even her core memories of childhood with an ineffable sadness. The shift from childhood to adulthood and the discarding of childish notions and plans results in a very personal kind of internal dystopia as Riley’s personified emotions try to stop her internal, personality-defining cityscape from collapsing around them.

But the change is unstoppable, even if not as devastating as it seems. It’s ironic and perhaps insightful that Pixar, of all studios, equates San Francisco with such painful evolution, given it is their home – a place where childlike love of story, colour and emotion clashes with the adult world of box office receipts and commercial tie-ins.

Like with so many things (religion, politics) Hollywood has a confusing relationship with technology – embracing and advancing it on the one hand, while promulgating an abject mistrust of it and its destructive potential on the other.

Given Silicon Valley will likely be the birthplace of the next step in our tech evolution, we can most certainly expect much more investigation into its secrets and hazards and much more trashing of the Golden Gate Bridge by nanobots, drones, Godzilla-alike beasts and other wonders and horrors.

But then we expected those hoverboards too, and where are they?

Words: Greg Taylor


  

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Miami Swim Week: Maaji 2016 Rhapsody Road

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So who is ready to hit the road? Columbian label Maaji brought the most enticing mix of athleisure, active and swimwear to the Miami Swim Week Funkshion runway. I love watching their fashion shows, no other designers commit so fully to accessorizing their looks as this collection.

The designers include Juliana Londoño, Nani Valenzuela and Andrea Gomez. As sexy as the whimsically printed bikinis, shorts and activewear was, it really was meant to carry out a goat road trip. Men (yay!) and women strutted their tanned bodies to project activities like hiking, yoga, tennis, paddling in the cutest outfits you could want. Multi-pocketed vests (like my Dad would wear) helmets, rackets or a backpack bigger than the model were all a part of the Maaji look this season.

maaji activewear 2016

The color palette was a bunch of candy colors like floss pink, turquoise, lemon yellow, lime and orange.It was very much a traveller, hippie journey (complete with macrame details) with the quirkiest group of your friends. It all ended with a huge runway selfie with the design team.

The show reminded me of that last nostalgic summer with your buddies before everyone headed off to be an adult. Enjoy the Maaji 2016 road trip!

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Alligator and Turquoise Cross Leather Print Messenger Bags

Featuring a floral theme, this messenger bag looks both classy and practical. Click to customize / personalize to make it yours.


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I create product designs in the Western, Southwest, and Tribal Motif. My Tribal Motifs contain prints of Native American Indian, African Tribes, Aztec Tribes, Ikat Prints, Asian Tribes, South American Tribes, My line of “Leather Look” items include tooled leather, classic leather, basket weave leather, Floral Tooled, “Western Cross”, Distressed Leather, Faux Leather and Bling and/or studs, Themed Design Prints. For All your Stylish needs in The Country Western, Rustic, Vintage, Accents I have the accessories in all Colors and Southwestern Patterns and faux suede fringe, and Trim. Stylized with Cross, Stars, Bling, Beading, Faux Animal Hides, Cowhides, Alligator, Crocodile, and Snakeskin Style

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Beagle Butterflies Pansies Tote Bag

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Cute beagle puppy with butterflies and purple pansies designs by Susan tote bag. You can personalize this bag with any text you like by clicking on Customize. Contact me with any design questions or requests. This image is available on many products in my gallery. Please visit Smilin' Eyes Treasures to see more animal, flower and nature photography and digital art cards and gifts.

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School Science Collection for budding young geniuses

School Science Collection for budding young geniuses

Have you a budding young scientist in school? We were thinking of you when we put this collection together!
Let your little genius show his or her love for science with these fantastic designs. You'll find everything your young scientist needs: a bag to carry their science books and homework, a lunch box for sandwiches and snacks, a water bottle to keep their brains hydrated and a spiral-bound notebook for their discoveries, ideas and scientific conclusions.

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Elegant Geisha design make-up bag Cosmetic Bag

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Style yourself in style with this beautiful Geisha design make-up bag

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