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A LOGISTICAL CHALLENGE: THE SURF SLING BY BAGGU

Posted on August 28, 2012 by admin

We heart Baggu. We love colors, summer, easy and basic items that, at the same time are high on quality and good on prices. We heart surfing too. Surf sling was invented out of necessity by surfers for surfers because of its functionality and practicality. The Surf sling usually can carry short boards, long boards, boogie boards, skim boards and wake boards. When wrapped up it becomes a neat tote bag. Easy to say: it’s a useful device. Emily Sugihara, founder of the chic reusable bag company Baggu, took up surfing and bought a longboard, only to encounter a problem of how to get the thing from her car to the water. The Baggu’s surf sling design is combines skills and beautiful shapes. The strategical way to pure success where aesthetics, utility, and sustainability are all kept in attentive eyes. Baggu’s surf sling is an item that all surfers should have. Hang loose!

http://baggubag.com/

 

FOR PRESIDENT!

Posted on August 27, 2012 by Isabella Cecconi

It happens every four years and it is followed like a real race, with tension and feelings. Although it is a purely American event, the presidential election is the political event which influences the economical fate of the rest of the world. The American election campaigns are theatrical, full of strong emotions, and based on strategy.JFK was,for instance, the first president to reach worldwide presence through television. For President,is an exhibition that retraces the history of different election campaigns relied on photojournalism, contemporary art and advertising for the various candidates.The exhibition also shows the colorful and fascinating world of propaganda including political demonstrations and everything from the attempts to promote one’s image to the attempts to destroy that of his or her adversary. A good chance, to dedicate some time to every aspect of what’s behind and beyond American elections.

For President,  19 Sept  2012 – 6 Jan 2013

Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo

http://www.fsrr.org/home/