Pharrell Visits Takashi Murakami. Super. SUPER 2014 Spring/Summer “MOTORPSYCHO” Collection In yet another nod to the 1970s and the decade’s emergence of psychedelia, biker culture and free-spiritedness, SUPER has followed this year’s pre-spring “FULL METAL” release with the Spring/Summer 2014 “MOTORPSYCHO” col... P.A.M x SUPER “Helianthus” Sunglasses Drawing inspiration from vintage eyewear models, Australian label P.A.M. has teamed up with SUPER on the “Helianthus” collection. The collection features the eyewear maker’s Ciccio and Paloma silhouette, which have been given a dose... SUPER for Carhartt WIP 2014 Spring/Summer Collection The flamboyant, flashy color schemes previously seen in releases like the “FULL METAL” collection this year and the “Cove” collection over the summer are notably absent in SUPER’s latest work. SUPER Novanta NYC Edition Commemorating SUPER’s new home in the Big Apple, the Italian eyewear manufacturer has crafted a special “NYC” edition of its Novanta sunglasses.
SUPER 2013 Fall Metropolis Collection. Etudes. NOWNESS: Lil Buck Displays his Gravity-Defying Dance Moves. Nanamica 2012 秋冬單品系列 | Hypebeast. Malika Favre “Hide&Seek” Exhibition @ Kemistry Gallery. VICE Magazine to Publish Full Digital Edition on Issuu. The Hyper-Realistic Work of Filipino Artist Ju-Vi. Will Sweeney x FABRICK x master-piece Collection. Public School 2012 Fall/Winter Lookbook. Dover Street Market Olympic Window by Zaha Hadid. The Hundreds 2012 Fall “Two-Tone” Bag Collection. Adidas Originals by Jeremy Scott 2012 Fall/Winter JS Slim. The Man Behind the MF Doom Mask. Yayoi Kusama Restrospective @ Whitney Museum of American Art. Penfield 2013 Spring/Summer Collection Preview. I am OTHER: Stereotypes – “Are You A Hipster?” Video. Case Studyo: Parra – Jean Pierre Le Douche. Supreme x Campbell’s Soup 2012 Capsule Collection. A.P.C. 25th Anniversary Short Film. Adidas 2012 Predator Lethal Zones Soccer Boot. AMBUSH 2012 “HOLY MOUNTAIN” Collection.
Life-Sized Lady Nutcrackers by Jennifer Rubell. USB Safety Pin by Artemy Lebedev Studio. Beastie Boys’ Mike D Curates Transmission LA: AV Club @ MOCA Recap. SureFire 2000 Lumen UDR Dominator Flashlight. Micah Lidberg x Lacoste L!VE Animal Illustration Collection. 2012 TIME 100: The Most Influential People in the World. The Shins – The Rifle’s Spiral Music Video. IKEA Revisits Past with PS Collection. It isn’t often that designers get a second crack at their creations no matter if it’s in the world of fashion, architecture or design. Yet, IKEA is doing just that as they’ve announced plans to revisit their Scandinavian past with their PS Collection – looking to add new inspiration and increased sustainability to older items. Set to make its debut at the Milan Furniture Fair, the PS Collection looks to improve on items meant for small spaces that require a bit of duality.
Items include chairs that stack, furniture suitable for both indoors and outdoors, and items with hidden storage – all of which are comprised of green materials like bamboo. Expect to see items from the PS Collection from IKEA in stores in August. Source: Co.Design. OBEY THE GIANT: The First Narrative Film About OBEY. Samsung NX210. The NX210 is a 20.3 megapixel offering from Samsung that is small and stealthy – perfect for the shutterbug who shoots from the hip. Featuring a 3-inch display, other key specs include Samsung’s trademark i-Function lenses, which allow you to control various exposure settings with a ring and button set into the barrel as well as Wi-Fi connectivity already offered by similar Nikon products. The NX210 also features ten new Smart Filters pre-programmed which is seemingly in line with people’s desire to create retro-inspired snapshots via mobile phone apps like Instagram.
The Samsung NX210 should be available in May of this year. HUgE Magazine June 2012 Issue#92 “Made in USA” Internationally sold Japanese publication HUgE Magazine is set to release its June 2012 issue later this month highlighting American-made products, as well as the American spirit, pride and dream. With the help of New York-based illustrator Claudia Pearson creating the cover art, HUgE will also collaborate with Found MUJI on a joint exhibit featuring a special line of redesigned vintage garbs that were originally made in the USA as a thematic tie-in to the forthcoming issue. The exhibit will be held at Found MUJI’s Aoyama shop, with copies of HUgE‘s “Made in USA” issue retailing at select international newsstands. The Impossible Project NYC Space Presents Traces of Time. May 3 marks the opening of Fabrice Nadjari and Varial’s “Traces of Time” exhibition on the south wall of The IMPOSSIBLE PROJECT NYC Space.
Showcasing various instant portraits taken by the artists in several villages of the Wakhan Corridor in the Northeastern part of Afghanistan — including mischievous Ismaili children, housewives, opium smokers and village chiefs — the results are gifted images that translate the characters and ways of living to be found within these various remote villages. In addition to the images, a video presentation of the photographic journey will be on display, with “Traces of Time” running through June 3.
The IMPOSSIBLE Project Space NYC 425 Broadway, 5th Floor New York, NY 10013 United States. Kenzo x Vans 2012 Summer Collection. Cinema Quality Video A Bit Easier On the Wallet With the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. The digital filmmaking world gets yet another entrant to its playing field. Blackmagic Designs delivers the Blackmagic, a handheld digital cinematic camera stuffed with some innovative technologies and impressive specs. Catering to creatives on a budget or people not ready to venture into the five digit price range of RED and the soon to be released C300, the camera features a high-resolution 2.5K image sensor and 13 stops of dynamic range – giving the ability to reproduce genuine professional quality video.
Even more, the camera is conveniently compatible with both EF and ZE mount lenses, an imperious factor for anyone with Canon or Carl Zeiss lenses. Data is stored on removable 2.5” solid-state drives and is written at 5 MB/frame in RAW 2.5K (that’s about 30 minutes of 24p video on a 256 GB solid state disk or five times that amount using compressed HD formats.) The Blackmagic Cinema Camera will be released in July of this year and will retail for approximately $2,995 USD. M.I.A Releases Music for Julian Assange’s “The World Tomorrow” First Episode. David Shrigley ‘How Are You Feeling?’ NYC. Aesop Petitgrain Hydrating Body Gel. Lane Crawford x Nicola Formichetti “NICOPANDA” Moleskin Notebook. Tanner Goods Clay Notebook.
Passenger Portraits: Craig Redman. ABOVE: Blood Diamonds Video. PBS Off Book: Tattoos – Pop Portraits, Japanese Traditional, and American Eclectic. Property Of… Hector Backpack. Property Of… launched in 2006 with the intent to offer men’s bags and accessories that reference the identity of each product’s end user rather than the design team behind its development. Consistent with its philosophy of incorporating traditional design with modern technologies, the Singapore-based brand presents a look at its latest release, the Hector Backpack. This expertly crafted piece offers a popular backpack silhouette that has been moderately seen the past season or two in either a wax coated cotton canvas or Cordura nylon outer shell. Further details include a padded compartment for a 15″ laptop, front buckle fastening, heavy leather handle and trims, inner storage pockets, and cotton ripstop lining. The Hector Backpack can be purchased here in Sand, Dark Olive or Navy for $219 USD.
Visions of Visionaries: Zombie Boy. Kanye West Reveals “Theraflu” Cover Art by George Condo. Oliver Stone’s New Pot-Infused Thriller ‘Savages’ Aakash Nihalani’s Different Take On Street Art with Masking Tape. Tate Modern: Exhibition Walkthrough with Ann Gallagher and Damien Hirst. Damien Hirst walks curator Ann Gallagher through his retrospective that is currently running through September at Tate Modern in London. Walking room by room, Hirst is candid about his thoughts on his own work – from fear, to conquering ideas when monetary resources were more limited. The exhibition includes iconic sculptures from his Natural History series, including “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living,” as well as the two-part installation “In and Out of Love,” which has not been shown in its entirety since its creation in 1991. With the embed option currently set to “off,” please head over to YouTube to take a look at the exhibition walkthrough.
An Inspirational Trailer About a NYC Homeless Soccer Team. Pen & Paper: Samuel Rodriguez. Gourmet: A Day at Liquipel. Damien Hirst Retrospective @ Tate Modern Recap. Gestalten TV: The New York Times “All The News Thats Fit To Post” The Imaginative Surfaces by Aurélien Juner. TIME Magazine: All-TIME 100 Fashion Icons. TIME Magazine’s Style & Design has chosen the 100 most influential icons in the world of fashion and style. The list dates back to 1923 — to the birth of TIME, and to the foundations of modern fashion. Names on the list are categorically filtered into various aspects of the industry; separating designers and their brands, models, muses, photographers, fashion periodical editors and stylists. You can check out the full list of icons here, and read on to find out why they were selected for this unique feature.
Do you think they missed anyone? Penny Skateboards 2012 Spring/Summer Video. JR & Lui Bolin Behind-the-Scenes Video. Wall Writers Documentary Trailer. Ji Lee: Word As Image. Typography has long been the subject of infatuation for many graphic designers over the years. Be it the unnoticeable to the human eye balance of kerning or the harmony of ascenders and descenders, good typeface is a holy of grail of sorts to any self-respecting design aficionado.
Infusing his latest typeface endeavor with a degree of whit and creativity, Korean-born and current Palo Alto-based graphic designer Ji Lee recently debuted a book titled Word As Image in which he crafts a wide range of fonts to spell words that visually mimic the meaning behind the word itself. Having a resume that includes a former Google design position and current Facebook design title, Lee’s Word As Image personal project effectively infuses an added degree of life into each word and typeface it encompasses. Source: BBC Blog. Leyland E. George Lets His Mixtapes Do the Preaching. Vans OTW: The Blackouts in Jamaica. Here Comes the Neighborhood Vol. 5 – Sego & Saner. Geo Street Art x Street Art London & NYC iPhone App. In the late 1970s a new art movement emerged in the most unlikely place – the gritty streets and subway trains of New York City’s most forsaken borough, the Bronx.
With raw talent, fearless energy and spray cans in hand, the first modern graffiti artists transformed their urban landscape into a mesmerizing, free, always-open museum, paving the way to today’s modern street art movement. The Street Art NYC App showcases the art that is seen today on the streets of New York City. With over 430 locations installed, it is regularly updated, as it guides you to some of the city’s finest walls. The App also allows you to share your favorite pieces of NYC street art with your friends over Twitter and Facebook and can be purchased here for $2.99 USD. Aëdle Headphones Preview. PLAY COMME des GARCONS Perfume. Jiro Dreams of Sushi Trailer. Waiting for Lightning To Premiere at SXSW. Pickin’ & Trimmin’ Short Film. VICE & Project X: Party Legends – Tyler, the Creator. Life On Hold Film Trailer. Vera Wiedermann “Dreamtime” Alarm Clock. Kazakhstan Subway. The first line of Kazakhstan’s Almaty Metro was opened to the public in December 2011 after more than 23 years of construction.
Only the second metro in Central Asia, the $1 billion USD project originally commenced in 1988, but was put on the back burner following the collapse of the Soviet Union before finally receiving continued commitment in 2005. More than 8.5 km in length and boasting seven beautifully-designed, marble-floored stations, the subway line is expected to serve more than 30,000 daily commuters. Construction of additional stations and expanded lines is already underway, which is projected to stretch the entire system to more than 45 km upon completion.
Source: Fubiz Date: Feb 6, 2012 / Views: 7566 / Author: T.S. Fox. Buenos Aires Inception Park Video. Tom Dixon Etch Web Light Display. Plug Lamp by FORM US WITH LOVE for Atelje Lyktan. Swedish design studio FORM US WITH LOVE has unveiled images of its Plug Lamp that was first seen during Stockholm Design Week 2012. Sensing consumer’s needs to be able to constantly plug in a variety of devices like computers, tablets and phones, they’ve crafted a lamp that has an electrical outlet made available for such products. Developed for Swedish lighting company Ateljé Lyktan, the light is concealed within a bulbous form made from opal glass and its foundation molded and powder-coated in aluminum. The Plug Lamp is available in black, green, grey, red and white. Source: designboom.