In this tome, author Robin Cherry traces the catalog from the farming supply days of Montgomery Ward to the infamous J.Peterson and all the goods in between—from submarine to aquarium bathtub—once available to be shipped to your door.
As one of our graphic designers said, "If there were two subcultures I wouldn't want to fuck with, it'd be Norwegian Black Metal and Dirty South Rap." In 2008, Peter Beste released a book called—what do you know—True Norwegian Black Metal, and 2009 promises to bring his monograph of Houston Rap Culture. It's his world and we just live in it.
This brassy collection will make you remember just how much fun dangly earrings can be.
In his current show, Global Summer, Yiorgos Kordakis presents hazy photographs of vast beachscapes giving the uncanny impression of miniature isolated dioramas. Through January 24 at M+B Gallery.
You don’t need a protractor to wrap your head around Paris-based Spanish designer Isaacymanu’s geometrically-inclined garb.
Newly opened Brooklyn boutique Smith + Butler has everything a little hipster heart could desire: APC fragrance, Filson bags, Manimals moccasins and even vintage motorcycles.
What is the future of sustainable fashion? This.
Quite simply, Dice is the Easy Rider of motorcycle magazines: groovy, indie, and stylish as fuck.
With T-Post, the news just got a whole lot more interesting—and less depressing. Sign up for a subscription, and the company mails you a T-shirt—with a news article printed on the inside—every six weeks.
Rip open your gifts guilt-free this year with recycled wrapping paper, such as this design from Fish Lips.
We just really appreciate a good pair of socks.
Luella Bartley's much loved SS08 collection was largely inspired by Ghost World's wisecracking Enid (played by Thora Birch), and the look relied heavily on heavy, square black glasses created for Luella by Linda Farrow. Now the glasses are available to all, so that you too can accentuate the negative.
Photographer Danielle Levitt spent years documenting the teenagers in We Are Experienced, and the resulting cross section includes pageant queens, prom goers, suburban goths, band members (both punk and marching), skaters, Wiccans and wanna-bes. The result is a compendium of adolescent life more accurate than any yearbook could ever be.
Giving the pretentious elements of the group show the brush-off, 222 Gallery calls its latest exhibition just Group Show and forgoes the standard minimalism in favor of salon-style walls packed with works from the likes of Jeffrey Stockbridge, Maureen Duffy, Damien Correll, Emily Erb and more.
Let The Right One in, the Swedish answer to Twilight, opens in more select theaters this weekend. Just listening to the trailer—rife with the sound of flesh-crunching bites and sloppy blood slurping—is enough to make you want to start stockpiling garlic and silver bullets. Chilly.