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Spotted around the media universe

First On FBNY: I.D. Magazine Editors Start New Company - Posted May 14, 2009
We noticed something interesting yesterday on themediaisdying's Twitter feed about New York-based design title I.D. magazine, and it got us digging. The Twitter news was that managing editor ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

First On FBNY: I.D. Magazine Editors Start New Company - Posted May 14, 2009
We noticed something interesting yesterday on themediaisdying's Twitter feed about New York-based design title I.D. magazine, and it got us digging. The Twitter news was that managing editor ... [FishbowlNY]

"As Long as it Lasts..." Designer Tattoo Parlor Claims Its First Victim - Posted December 7, 2007
What can we say? We get excited about the fact that people will let someone dig a needle into their skin for an hour or two in the name of design. We stopped by "As Long as it Lasts..." boo... [UnBeige]

Some Enchanted Yves-ning - Posted December 7, 2007
Apparently we're not the only ones enamored with one Yves Behar, judging by the crowds who thronged the Luminaire showroom for his Artists for One Laptop Per Child benefit opening last night. We couldn't get clo... [UnBeige]

I.D. Stars Sparkle Above a Hazy LA - Posted October 24, 2007
It felt like Clue: A dozen designers, gathered at the behest of I.D. editors Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer during their quick (and post-Connecting) visit to LA. We met at the enviable Hollywood Hills home of Lettuce's Ch... [UnBeige]

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