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Some Things | Vol. 63: From iconic butter trays to bedroom raves

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Some Things | Vol. 63: From iconic butter trays to bedroom raves
“Getting information off the internet is like taking a drink from a fire hydrant.” - Mitch Kapor
Luckily for you wonderful folks we’ve done the hard work for you. Sifting through the weird & the wonderful on the internet this week to bring you Some Things from culture that have inspired us…

  1. The Le Corbusier Cassina LC2 chair…but for butter. Well-played made.com via Instagram
  2. Hackney Wick FC, East London’s community football club has teamed up with Netflix show Top Boy & British African heritage brand LAMBRUM to create the team’s 2022/23 home and away shirts via Hypebeast
  3. This 15-year-old Twitch streamer has gone viral for pyro-fuelled bedroom raves via NME
  4. Little Signals by Google uses ‘calm technology’ to inform, as opposed to intrusive notifications via littlesignals.withgoogle.com
  5. This is a brilliant article on the rise of niche culture & how it defines a generation via Decode
  6. Embrace your inner 3D designer with this simple software via Morflax Studio
  7. NY friends - immerse yourself in the world of ‘King Pleasure’, open now via This Is Colossal
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Unifying Hackney with bespoke home & away kits via Versus
Unifying Hackney with bespoke home & away kits via Versus
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