The Cologne Sneakermuseum launched their third exhibition on October 6th entitled Kicks On Film. The exhibition showcases some bad ass kicks that have been inspired by cinematic moments throughout film and television history. The exhibition will run through to early 2013 however unfortunately you will have to take a trip to Cologne Germany to see it. Luckily [...]
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Partnering with global creative magazine Wallpaper, VICE and Ketel One are on a quest to find contemporary craftsmen who bring traditional skills into the modern day.
You may or may not be familiar with Tadao Cern’s Project Blow Job photo series, but here’s the next lot of Blow Job featuring super slow-motion capture of his work. We were thoroughly blown away. To see more of the series have a look here.
Abbott Miller from Pentagram has designed this interactive app for 2wice that turns the tablet into kind of performance space. “In the app, as users interact with the iPad, the performance responds to the movement of the user, flipping when the screen is turned, or changing when the surface is swiped.” Be sure to watch [...]
This is what happens when you take 70 international graphic designers and give them all the same brief - to design and lay out the first page of the book Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. We recently ordered and received a copy of Page 1 in its lovely paper wrapped packaging and quite frankly are quite [...]
Californian clothing boutique 80s Purple, are infamous for their beautiful photos, styles and desirable stock. They have recently released their Summer 2012 Pictorial, taken inspiration from the isolation sickness “Cabin Fever”. The lookbook features a blonde beauty and stunning imagery, capturing the solitude of an excluded isolation. The style embraces the blurry 70′s fashion and classic [...]
Infamous Rum-makers Sailor Jerry opened the doors to their first UK venue back in April, showcasing rum, clothing, music, film and the original art of tattoo master Norman ‘Sailor Jerry’ Collins. The venue, named Hotel Street, located at 121-125 Charing Cross Road, takes its name from the prestigious ‘Hotel Street District’ in Honolulu where Collins’ [...]
Last week I had the pleasure of seeing the finished work of photographer, Tommy Braxton. The project is titled “Gypsy”, in which Tommy delves into the obscure and seemingly ominous world of the traveller. The work was spurred on by a personal agitation at the misrepresentation’s portrayed by the British media as of recent. After speaking [...]
This weekend we started off the festival season at Love Saves The Day in Castle Park, Bristol. In true British style we were soaking wet and covered in mud, but never the less had a beer in hand alongside great music determined not to let the rain dampen our mood. I bumped into another contributor [...]
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