Ethiopia confounds every expectation. You arrive expecting a vast featureless desert and instead find yourself overwhelmed by majestic landscapes and climatic abundance. Ethiopia is a true revelation. It is the most welcoming, enjoyable and uplifting country I have ever visited. – Philip Briggs, Ethiopa Photography by Steve McCurry
Few years ago, street artist INSA combined his Photoshop skills and graphic design experience, and came up with an original idea of creating public works designed specifically for viewing online. A few years ago he started creating gif-iti’s, works that are painted and shot in several different layers, which combined result in a smooth animation. After … Continue reading
Spring/Summer 2015 Lookbook by Californian label Lumières. Models: @Sirui.Ma, @Kvnyns Photographer: @AllByAllen
Nike brings us another Kobe Bryant shoe release, the Nike Kobe Mentality. The inaugural debut of the low-cut basketball sneaker sports the Clearwater theme, one of four colorways to be released in this model. It features a vibrant blue mesh upper and light blue lacquer, and bright crimson accents such as the Nike Swoosh insignia and the Black … Continue reading
FW15 Lookbook by Danish label Rascals.
Nike unveils yet another rendition of its classic Air Max 1 silhouette, adding to its “Ultra Moire” collection. With new innovations such as a minimalist upper and a slimmer outsole, the shoe is lighter, more flexible and comfortable than its original iteration. The “University Red” colorway features red tones throughout, with a perforated upper for textural contrast … Continue reading
Dutch artist Parra ‘Yer So Bad’ @ Jonathan Levine Gallery (NYC) Exhibition Recap “Yer So Bad showcases a continuation of Parra’s witty and salacious post-pop imagery. Titled after the Tom Petty song, Yer So Bad, which tells the story of a girl who marries a “yuppie” and takes him for all he’s worth, this exhibition … Continue reading
For its first collaboration with Kiblind, French brand MAMAMA gave creative freedom to the magazine for a limited t-shirt series. The result is a graceful collection of 10 pieces in which 10 artists performed the graphic representation of numbers from 0 to 9. To celebrate the release, the two collectives decided to create an exhibition at Point Ephémère in Paris … Continue reading
From 1981 to 1984, photographer Bud Glick worked on a photography project as part of the New York Chinatown History Project, now the Museum of Chinese in America. An older Chinatown generation was being replaced by a rapidly expanding new influx of immigrants. His goal was to document the transformation from an aging and primarily … Continue reading
Surf Magazine WAX new issue is out featuring Amy Yao, Connan Mockasin, Tim Koh, Drew Heitzler, Chad Robertson, Kyle Albers, Tom Adler, Margaret Cohen, Chad Robertson, Rob Kulisek, Luke & Nik, Patrick Romero, Banjo McLaughlin and many more! Available here.
When everything ends up in one large backpack pocket, it’s like a basketful of fish; hard to find the one thing wanted. This backpack is divided into three large individual compartments to keep contents in easy to access zones. The Three Pack is the Postalco Bridge Bag mid-size backpack. When carrying any weight in a soft … Continue reading
The Hundreds has unveiled a lineup of waterproof bags made from Tarpaulin — a strong, flexible material treated with urethane, giving it water-resistant properties — just in time for the damp winter season. The collection features two standout models, the “Jon” backpack and the “Getaway” duffle, both of which draw inspiration from The Hundreds Winter 2014 collection, offering up great visibility and … Continue reading
The Bandito is designed to accommodate your everyday gear. Including slots for but certainly not limited to, pencils, pens, stylus, cords, brushes, sticks, stones, glasses, and a spacious zipper pouch. Available at This is Ground. Measures: 18.75″ W x 8″ H // Rolled up it’s still 8″ H and width varies.
It’s Nice That Annual 2014. Available here. “The It’s Nice That Annual is back for 2014, bigger and better than ever before. Once again we’ve put together a curated snapshot of creative brilliance from the past 12 months, celebrating the people and the projects which have rocked the art and design world. We’ve selected the most … Continue reading
This season, Parisian hat and cap brand Larose joins forces with the promising young Japanese label Pine designed by Masataka Matsumura. The collaboration consists of four caps, all made out of fabrics taken from Pine’s current collection. The fabric choice includes a rich Donegal wool in hues of grey and green and a boa wool … Continue reading