One of the great masters of modern cinema, Ingmar Bergman, died on Monday. He was 89. Best known for his 1957 allegoryThe Seventh Seal, he also premiered many of his films at Stockholm's historic Roda Kvarn Theatre, which is now home to a breathtaking Urban Outfitters location.
Nobody keeps with Australia's committment to supremely well crafted jeans. From collaborating with premium Japanese denim mills for cloth selection to hand finishing at their family denim laundry, there's definitely love in the details. Bonus: We've got 'em.
Check out this short teaser film for Liars’ eponymous new album. It’s part of series of films that are making their way across the Internet. This one, featuring the song “Freak Out,” is just for us and just for you. Check out the Liars’ website to find out where the next video will be popping up.
Our first of many collaborations with Nylon Magazine is an insert in their new August issue featuring the awesome French pop-punk band Plastiscines. Editor Marvin Scott Jarrett shot the girls looking good (very good if we say so ourselves) in our clothing, and it's clear to see that this is a band you're gonna want to keep an eye on. (More pix here.)
This weekend it's time for the Wicker Park Fest, one of Chicago's best street festivals. Beyond the Vienna Beef you're bound to stuff your face with you're gonna want to see the bands. The line up this year is looking big time: Man Man, the Thermals, a live band set from Prefuse 73, and the Benevento/Russo Duo play Saturday, and Sunday sees High on Fire and the reformed Don Caballero set to crush. All for $5!! You can't beat that.
It's summer and we dunno about you but we're eating Bomb Pops. And when we're not eating Bomb Pops we wanna be wearing them. These just edged out these scented maple bar earrings for total awesomeness.
Married to the Mob hooked up with Kaws for their 2nd bikini which is, as you can see, muy caliente. The suit, Sarah (one of our fave models) and the snake?!!? Yowch. It's limited to 200 pieces and comes out this Friday so ladies do your due (google) diligence.
Paperplane is a travel magazine from the Monster Children gallery people so right off the bat you know it's gonna be quality. We like the fact that it's downloadable as a pdf, beautifully shot, informatively written and really focuses on unique locales. Look for issue 5 soon.
A really funny and varied range of work (photography, sewing, conceptual, craft, textiles) from local stuff maker Alex DaCorte.
Keep your eyes peeled for The ERS, or PartyhardERS, a Belgian crew of graffittos with interior design skills turned party and event promoters. They're coming soon to a jump-off near you.
Downtown NYC art darlings/hipsterati Dash Snow and Dan Colen constructed one of their infamous "hamster nests" (google that right quick) for their new show NEST, which opens tomorrow (Thurs.) nite at Deitch Projects.
So we're a little late posting about the pre-order for Issue 1 of Mix Tape, a craft and culture zine that focuses on "making time for the small things". It actually sold out on Etsy before it's street date (Aug 12). So just make a note of their site as issue 2 is coming together, like, now. (Via decor8.)
Stencil artist by day, tender of plants by nite? Whatever his schedule is, Posterchild is trying to pretty up Toronto, one renegade planter box at a time.
The Capitol Hill Block Party is a huge, two-day music explosion happening this weekend (July 27-28) featuring over 40 bands on 3 stages that's the Northwest’s biggest celebration of independent music, art and progressive culture. We designed these killer tees for the event and you can get 'em at all 3 of our Seattle locations.
We gave away some free tickets to this Baltimore hoe-down just the other day but even if you didn't win you should still keep this festival on your radar and get there if you've got one good thumb or some gas money.
The name of the track says it all. Plastic Little are straight twisted.