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Designer Yanek Iontef collected cardboard boxes from imported goods for years, fascinated with their straightforward visual language. That imagery inspired the cover of this Cartonnage Notebook he created for PULP, which depicts a collage of traditional symbols used on international packages. Made from recycled paper, it includes a handy fine-writing pen for composing on the fly.

Designer Yanek Iontef collected cardboard boxes from imported goods for years, fascinated with their straightforward visual language. That imagery inspired the cover of this Cartonnage Notebook he created for PULP, which depicts a collage of traditional symbols used on international packages. Made from recycled paper, it includes a handy fine-writing pen for composing on the fly.

The reason for hiding mind control operations within satanic cults is the need to use torture to create the multiple personality disorders, MPD, necessary for a good slave. Nazi scientists were the first to discover that a person with MPD was the perfect candidate for mind control and covert operations. This is part of the work pursued by Mengele during the Holocaust, whose work was imported to America. Hidden under a cover of Satanism and pedophilia, the government sponsors of these…

The reason for hiding mind control operations within satanic cults is the need to use torture to create the multiple personality disorders, MPD, necessary for a good slave. Nazi scientists were the first to discover that a person with MPD was the perfect candidate for mind control and covert operations. This is part of the work pursued by Mengele during the Holocaust, whose work was imported to America. Hidden under a cover of Satanism and pedophilia, the government sponsors of these…

Day 125: Diary entry: Blimey, the work just keeps on coming – which on the face of it is a good thing. I would still like to have an extra ten or so hours a day, though; that would be ideal. Anyway I slogged my way through two translation projects before getting back to blogging and editing. Another reason I need a little free time is to fly Dennis the Drone again – haven’t done so since Botswana when he acted a bit weird. Hopefully it was just the intense heat – not really a major issue…

Day 125: Diary entry: Blimey, the work just keeps on coming – which on the face of it is a good thing. I would still like to have an extra ten or so hours a day, though; that would be ideal. Anyway I slogged my way through two translation projects before getting back to blogging and editing. Another reason I need a little free time is to fly Dennis the Drone again – haven’t done so since Botswana when he acted a bit weird. Hopefully it was just the intense heat – not really a major issue…

2007: Multi-ethnic references are central to the work of Dries van Noten, in part because of his interest in fine craftsmanship. Historically, luxury has often been associated with foreign trade goods, imported from countries such as India with illustrious textile traditions.

2007: Multi-ethnic references are central to the work of Dries van Noten, in part because of his interest in fine craftsmanship. Historically, luxury has often been associated with foreign trade goods, imported from countries such as India with illustrious textile traditions.

Looking to Make Some Moves on your next outing? Let your ears do some of the work for you, with these adorable tassel earrings. You haven’t really lived until you’ve dangled your way to a good time.  • Imported

Looking to Make Some Moves on your next outing? Let your ears do some of the work for you, with these adorable tassel earrings. You haven’t really lived until you’ve dangled your way to a good time. • Imported

Ensemble (back view) | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Belgium, Fall 2007/2008 | Grey and beige linen, ochre cotton, and gold patent leather | Multi-ethnic references are central to the work of Dries van Noten, in part because of his interest in fine craftsmanship. Historically, luxury has often been associated with foreign trade goods, imported from countries such as India with illustrious textile traditions | The Museum at FIT

Ensemble (back view) | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Belgium, Fall 2007/2008 | Grey and beige linen, ochre cotton, and gold patent leather | Multi-ethnic references are central to the work of Dries van Noten, in part because of his interest in fine craftsmanship. Historically, luxury has often been associated with foreign trade goods, imported from countries such as India with illustrious textile traditions | The Museum at FIT

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