By 1952, Marlon Brando was well on his way in Hollywood, with three incredible roles under his belt: his big-screen debut as a paraplegic war vet in The Men; a searing on-screen reprisal of his Broadway turn as the iconic brute Stanley Kowalski in director Elia Kazan's A Streetcar Named Desire; and the title role in the biopic, Viva Zapata!, about the Mexican revolutionary hero. But for all those successes, remarkably the actor had not yet made the cover of LIFE magazine. In '52, that oversight was remedied, as legendary photographer Margaret Bourke-White shot a portrait session with Brando, capturing the 28-year-old star in a casual, playful mood. For reasons unknown, those photos -- recently discovered in LIFE's archives and marked with the sole descriptive phrase, "cover tries" -- were never published. Until now. Here's Brando at his sexy best, seen through the lens of one of LIFE's greatest photographers.
After finding out that the 61-foot Indonesian fishing boat was made from a now-threatened wood species and was about to become firewood, Aellon bought it from its owners and set to work salvaging materials. They worked with Uhuru to designed a series of high-end furnishings that incorporate solid wood, steel and traditional joinery techniques. Aellon is already seeking out other disused boats for future lines of furniture.
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Made of New York salvages timber from old Manhattan buildings and repurposes it in this collection of handmade home furnishings. The weathered wood, finished in natural tones or primary color stains, manages to look both urban and rustic.
If you’re like most people, from time to time you’re going to find your motivational levels starting to wane, which can seriously derail your goals. Now let’s talk about what it’s going to take to increase your will to succeed. We hope this feature will help light that fire under your butt to go to the gym and push yourself to levels you never thought you could!
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Staining wood furniture is more of an art than science. The mechanics of it are certainly not difficult, and you can get started with a minimal investment in supplies, but there are nuances to the process, and you’ll find yourself learning something new with each project!
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