October 2009

Fruit of the Month – Cherries

Cherries. Believed to have been discovered by the Romans in Asia Minor in 70 BC the fruit is part of the Rosaceae family, which includes almonds, peaches and apricots. Cherries are low in cholesterol, sodium and fat. They are high in fiber and Vitamin C.

Cherry blossom festivals are celebrated all around the world, the most famous being Hanami in Japan. Cherries have also been popularized in the kitchen with Cherry pies which you’ll find a recipe for at Women’s Weekly.

Glam rock band Warrant release the song Cherry pie in 1990 which sold 3 million copies in the US.

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Jaka Babnik skateboard photographer

Jaka Babnik is an amazing photographer with a great collection of urban action skateboarding shots. Check out his site jakababnik

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Interiors

Have a look at these interior shots by Eugeni Pons via Swipelife

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Retro Lunch Box

A very nice lunch box set design by Yelp via Notcot

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Inspiration

In need of some packaging/ graphic/ product design inspiration, have a look at Play me Design

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Get well Morrissey

Former Smiths frontman Morrissey was admitted to hospital after collapsing on stage. Check out Guardian, we hope you get well soon.

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Step inside Porsche

Another Subzero National Geographic Ultimate Factory post. See how the iconic Porsche 911 is made.

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1001 Rules for my unborn son

A few Heluva supporters out there have recently become parents. We came across this blog via Notcot, its a book that is about to be released called 1001 rules for my unborn son. Check out some of the rules.

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Veritas Car

At only $516 016 USD and the Australian dollar so strong, you’d be crazy not to buy one. The Veritas RS III Roadster is now available. To find out more go to Subzero.

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Mad Men suits

Get your Don Draper on. Established in 1818 fashion label Brooks Brothers are releasing a limited edition 250 Mad Men suits for only $1000 each. For more check out Swipelife or Brooks Brothers

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