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"Everything about him was old except his eyes and they were the same color as the sea and were cheerful and undefeated."
Meet Alan Hill, the lone resident and current custodian of Detroit's Packard Automotive Plant, a one-time hub of the luxury car industry.
If you told these guys you'd cooked their books they wouldn't run for the tax office, they'd sit at the table licking their lips.
As a kid, Cornish lad Max Lamb would build sandcastles, boats and tunnels by the beach. Jump forward a few years and he's sand-casting incredible stuff like this pewter stool.
We've all left things behind in hotel rooms: boxers, a few bottles of beer... socks. But German artist Thomas Demand has gone one better.
The smooth Canadian, the jaunty Frenchman and the loyal Scotsman (Scotchman); these gents could teach modern booze heads a thing or two.
We fluctuate between wanting to burn down the internet and loving its broad-banded guts here at Smith; most of the sweeter moments happen in front of TED.
In his own words, Ray Ives is "an ordinary sort of bloke who loves the sea"...
This vid will appeal to both the practical and whimsical parts of your personality.
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