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Draw and Fold Over
What: A modern take on Exquisite Corpse, the game of middle school art class lore. Use the mouse finger to draw a quarter of a design, send it on to a friend to embellish another section (previous work unseen), who sends it to another, and so forth.
Why: Imagine a creature with Jay Leno’s head, Dolly Parton’s chest, spider legs, and a dolphin fin.
Where: Online at drawandfoldover.com.
What: A study in ethical shopping through a curated assortment of apparel, handbags, accessories, intimates, and more adhering to important buzzwords: ecofriendly, locally made, and fair trade.
Why: Ashley Watson’s one-of-a-kind green leather bag pieced together from vintage jackets.
Where: Online at shopfuturestandard.com.
The George Carlin Letters: the Permanent Courtship of Sally Wade
What: A scrapbook-style collection of notes, thoughts, and endearments the funnyman left for his lady during their decadelong romance.
Why: The title was taken from a note Carlin left for Wade before he left for the hospital. If that doesn’t get you, nothing will.
Where: Online at amazon.com.
What: Dark chocolate-drenched marshmallow bites ($14.50-$68) with a graham cracker crust come in flavors like maple bacon, chocolate mint, and peanut butter — sans high-fructose corn syrup.
Why: Honesty. The confectioner brazenly declares that every cake is made with a bazillion calories (of goodness).
Where: Online at cakessuzette.com.
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What: Vivid cotton fringe scarves made in the Western Highlands of Guatemala.
Why: The women of the Aj Quen collective, a fair trade organization that brings much-needed income to the area, do the crafting.
Where: Online at shopciel.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Draw and Fold Over