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Bacon Weave Pasta Pies
This DudeFoods Colby Jack Mac and Cheese Pie has an Impressive Bacon Crust
If cheesy macaroni is one of your favorite foods, this mac and cheese pie recipe from DudeFoods is definitely worth trying at home. The Colby Jack Mac and Cheese Pie has a bacon weave crust on top,...
24 w ago
Hunting Culture Photography
Travis Dewitz Captures Wisconsin's Hunters in His New Book
For his new book, titled ‘Blaze Orange,’ photographer Travis Dewitz explores the unique culture of Wisconsin’s hunters. For nine days in November, thousands of hunters comb the...
25 w ago
Fandom Football Maps
This Facebook Football Infographic Maps the Most Liked NFL Teams
Social media giant Facebook recently compiled a map infographic that showcases where in the United States the most popular NFL team fans are. The map uses color to visually depict the different...
30 w ago
Eclectically Branded Brews
This Coffee Brand Does a Fantastic Job with Its Packaging and Identity
A well designed coffee brand is powerful. Not only will it attract customers but it also has the power to shape an ideology about how people feel about the brand and what they expect from it....
30 w ago
Family-Founded Summer Brews
This Geneva Lake Beer is a New Taste to Try on International Beer Day
Geneva Lake beer is crafted in a family brewery that is known for their attention to detail. Their refreshing brews come in four different beer types that include an amber ale, a wheat, a Belgian...
30 w ago
Trailblazing American Motorbikes
The Latest Erik Buell Motorbike Has Plenty of Grunt and Power
The EBR 1190RX is the latest monstrously powerful, all-American Erik Buell motorbike. It’s also the first mass-production sportsbike to emerge from the new Erik Buell Racing factory in...
31 w ago
Disappearing Family Businesses
Carl Corey Captures a World Dominated by Big-box Retailers
Disappearing family businesses is becoming an everyday occurrence “in a world dominated by big-box retailers,” observes Fast Co Design. Yet that doesn’t make this inevitable...
34 w ago
Retro Celebrity Editorials
This Mila Kunis Editorial Goes Back in Time
This Mila Kunis editorial, cleverly titled ‘That 60s Girl,’ appears in W Magazine’s August 2014 issue. If you didn’t understand the editorial title’s reference, I can...
26 w ago
Revolutionary Micro-Home Initiatives
The Miniature Housing Project of Portland is Making Waves
The city of Portland, Oregon, is welcoming the concept of tiny homes with its Miniature Housing Project. The Miniature Housing Project is a campaign wherein miniature homes will be constructed to...
62 w ago
Oddly Faceless Photography
Strange Beautiful by Shanna Allyn is Eerily Thought-Provoking
If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, it would be interesting to see what the beholder makes of the photo series titled Strange Beautiful by Shanna Allyn, a published and award-winning...
35 w ago
Feral Feline Photography
This Monochrome Cat Photography Series is Strikingly Haunting
With the recent cat phenomena taking over the Internet, it is about time that a serious and artistic depiction of these creatures surfaced just like this cat photography series. Captured by...
41 w ago
Daily Ampersand Designs
A Graphic Designer Diligently Creates New Ampersand Typography Everyday
While many people establish daily habits like running or reading, a Wisconsin based designer resolved to come up with a new form of ampersand typography everyday. Jillian—an educator, graphic...
43 w ago
Comprehensive Cycling Stats
An Extensive Report Grades States on How Bike Friendly They Are
A comprehensive report card put out by the League of American Bicyclists notes which US cities are the most bike friendly. Every year the organization ranks the best and worst places to bicycle in...
46 w ago
High-Stakes Grilled Cheeses
The Zillion Dollar Grilled Cheese is Exclusively for High Rollers
In an effort to widen the gap between the have and the have-nots, Deca Restaurant + Bar is offering the ‘Zillion Dollar Grilled Cheese.’ Thanks to the Chicago eatery, what was once a...
46 w ago
Overgrown Ceramic Busts
Viral Series by Jess Riva Cooper Represents Life and Death
The peculiar stage between life and death is explored in the Viral Series by Jess Riva Cooper, an artist based in Toronto, Canada. The sculpture collection is made up of ceramic busts that appear to...
48 w ago
Mimalist Rustic Notebooks
Field Notes’ Spring Notebooks Have Arrived
The latest spring notebooks from Field Notes are the perfect way to enjoy the warm weather. The limited edition seasonal books have covers that are made from real cherry wood. The wood was sliced...
49 w ago
Intimate Transformative Photography
Half by Julia Kozerski Documents Her Dramatic Weight Loss
Half by Julia Kozerski, an artist and photographer based out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a photo series that captures her dramatic weight loss. Literally dropping half of her weight from 338 pounds...
50 w ago
Hunting Cabin Photography
Hide by Jason Vaughn Captures a Wisconsin State Tradition
Hunting is a tradition that is still very much alive in the state of Wisconsin, and the photo series titled Hide by Jason Vaughn, a native photographer, captures one aspect of such a flourishing...
1 w ago
These Chorizo Appetizers are Available for a Limited Time at Epic Deli
As far as chorizo appetizers go, this one takes the cake. Available from Johnsburg, Illinois-based restaurant Epic Deli as a limited time special side, the Chorizo Fundido Poutine infuses the...
6 w ago
18 Sensational Sports Speeches
From Academic Approaches to Coaching to Parkour and Problem-Solving
These sports speeches are all given by athletes, former athletes and experts in the field. This includes everyone from Olympic champions to a politician and cycling enthusiast to sports psychologists....
7 w ago
Developing Enterprising Universities
Thomas Mackie's Entrepreneurship Lecture Describes Plans
In his entrepreneurship lecture, University of Wisconsin Professor Thomas Mackie talks about how to improve the economy and make universities better. The speaker shares a blueprint for how any...
32 w ago
Deceptive Garbage Sculptures
From the Street by Tom Pfannerstill is Made Up of Wooden Creations
Although the From the Street art series looks as though it is made up of trash collected from around urban cities, the sculpture are actually carved out of wood. Utterly deceptive, It is easy to...
50 w ago
High-Speed Electric Tricycles
This Electric Tricycle Combines the Best of Bicycles and Motorbikes
A pair of young inventors in Wisconsin are developing an electric trike, a three-wheeled vehicle that looks like a motorcycle but is legally a bicycle. The Mk. 5 electric trike has the power and...
65 w ago
The John Grade ‘Capacitor’ Sculpture Has Human Characterisitcs
Seattle-based artist John Grade has taught his newest masterpiece an interesting trick; this art sculpture can breathe. This site-specific work of art reacts to the climate it is inhabited in. Its...