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Friday Finds 11.18.11

In addition to shipping our February issue, choosing the cover for March, and beginning plans for next year's Dwell on Design, we here in the Dwell office have found a few spare moments to share our favorite web finds of the week. Scroll down for nineties favorite Third Eye Blind's homage to the Occupy movement, a video of Brooklyn-based knife maker Joel Bukiewicz in action, an LED-illuminated rollercoaster-like structure in Germany, and much more.
November 18, 2011
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Friday Finds 9.30.11

In this installment of Friday Finds from the staff of Dwell, a hodgepodge of events, fonts, fashion, and photographs to end the week—and start the weekend—on a good note.
September 30, 2011
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Friday Finds 9.09.11

Scroll down to see what the editors of Dwell thought was interesting, notable, and ever-so-findable in our weekly roundup of design discoveries.
September 9, 2011
Joan Pons Moll's just-under-six-mile run resulted in this letter F.

Friday Finds 08.05.11

Close off the week with simply the best designs, photographs, and musical odes selected by the editors of Dwell.
August 5, 2011
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Friday Finds 7.29.11

Wonder what all the Dwellerz have we been checking out on the interwebz this week? Scroll down to through Friday Findz to uncover what we saw.
July 29, 2011
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Friday Finds 7.22.11

In our current issue, we explored design for families, ranging from multi-generational households to couples with young children. For our Dwell Reports story, House Party!, we rounded up a handful of modern playhouses. A few readers commented on the pricetag of some of the designs, but get a load of Jaime's find for this Friday: $200,000 ultra-luxe playhouses for those with enough extra cabbage on hand to buy "bling for the yard." Read on for more on this story and to see what other current events caught our attention this week.
July 22, 2011
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Friday Finds 5.27.11

This week we've been busily (and excitedly!) prepping for Dwell on Design, which is just under one month away. Among the many events slated are our ever-popular tours of modern homes in Los Angeles, a keynote talk by Cradle to Cradle author William McDonough, and discussions with many more Dwell favorites on topics as far reaching as crafting beer to creating a kid-friendly abode. This week, we also welcomed a new addition to our magazine, designer Everett Pelayo, who shares his first Friday Find today: the lives of Quinnford and Scout.
May 27, 2011
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Friday Finds 5.20.11

Whenever I played with Lego sets, there was inevitably a missing piece. Jaime stumbled upon a shop in Santa Cruz, CA, that I wish existed when I was a youngster: a place where replacement blocks can easily be purchased. If Legos aren't your speed, check out Miyoko's find, The Burning House, a blog featuring objects people would take with them if their house was burning. The picks range from the practical (passports and spectacles) to nostalgic (a collection of vintage Oscar Wilde books) to quirky (a Bumblebee Transformer). A quick poll around the Dwell office revealed that pets would be the number one thing saved. What would you bring? Family photographs? An heirloom design object? Leave your "saves" in the comment section—we'd love to know.
May 20, 2011
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Friday Finds 5.13.11

It's an exciting week for Dwell as our editors are off in New York City for Design Week. If you aren't able to make the trek to Gotham, have a gander at the designs in this week's Friday Finds. First off, a typographic poster of those golden two-letter words acceptable to use in Scrabble and "Sumo Lake," an animation drawn entirely by hand.
May 13, 2011
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