Purple pants and a big black bag. Not a worry in the world for this guy. Nice. (Via The Sartorialist.)
Hyperedited new vid for "Tesco v Sainsbury's", from Sex Change, Trans Am's latest release.
Speaking of Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson produced half the tracks on her new CD. His new joint, "Version", drops April 16th.
We're digging these scrimshaw bangles from Jessica Cushman, carved from pre-ban, antique Mammoth ivory.
The Modfather, Paul Weller, and Lady Winehouse simply kill this cover of Marvin Gaye's "Heard It Thru The Grapevine"
To say that Susie Horgan was in the right place at the right time is an understatement. Her photo book, Punk Love, details her involvement with -and documentation of- the birth of the DC punk and hardcore scene.
From a pillow making hobby in Portland that spawned a storefront in SF (Hybrid-Home) and a new t-shirt range collaboration with Upper Playground, designer and homestuff purveyor Dora Drimalas isn't exactly resting.
Two events that are pure fyah. Come thru.
Gretchen Ludwig photographs herself in retail dressing rooms. But this isn’t just exhibitionism. It's part of an ongoing art project she's doing about the American consumer. Yeah, that's the dressing room in our Broadway and 72nd street store. Glad we could help.
We're giving these one of a kind ceramic tiles our "Made With Love" seal of approval. From the workshop of Jasna Sokolovic.
Soul Train who?
We'll take the unity and energy of these Dan Witz paintings over the knuckleheads in a Warped Tour
pit any day.
For their 39th issue, Arkitip presents the best of Colette's 10 year anniversary exhibit, MY2007.