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Site of the Day: Cool Hunting

This is probably one of my favorite blogs. Cool Hunting is a blog that finds cool and interesting things from around the world. Being that I was practicing Architecture in a past life and have a fetish for all design related things, they have a slant to designers. They even have a cool video podcast which you can subscribe through Itunes.

Cool Hunting is a daily update on ideas and products in the intersection of art, design, culture and technology, and features weekly videos that get an inside look at the people who create them. Money can buy you a lot of things, but it can’t buy you coverage on Cool Hunting. All of our content is editorially based using the standard of “stuff we like.” Published since February 2003 as a personal catalog and reference tool, the site today attracts and inspires more than 250,000 regular readers from around the world. The site is edited by Josh Rubin, Evan Orensten and Ami Kealoha.

The Guys becames so popular they created other sites:
Needled: The fine art and culture of Tattoos
Tropolism: A site close to my heart. It deals with everything Architecture and Design related

Cool Hunting


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3 Responses

  1. jessica says: is waaaay better

  2. Emilio says:

    Check out Moco Loco.
    This site is also an all design and art site with lots of stuff.

  3. […] is is where Cool Hunting’s 2007 Gift Guide comes in.  A former Site of the Day, Cool Hunting has searched all over the web for the coolest gift ideas.   They break the guide […]

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