Street Etiquette's incredible shoot The Black Ivy encapsulates many of fall's biggest trends—varsity jackets, toggles, cable knit and good old fashioned prep.
Argentina-born and Miami-based artist Agustina Woodgate seems to prefer to work with two subjects in her art: hair and fairytales. She sets up mobile hair-dressing stations in busy cities to collect human locks, which she then uses to create shoes, portraits and brick towers. Check out some of her work at the Miami Art Museum until October 17. (Via Nylon)
Celebrate 75 years of stoner cinema during the launch party for Reefer Movie Madness: The Ultimate Stoner Film Guide with authors Shirley Halperin and Steve Bloom. The party kicks off tomorrow at Space 15 Twenty from 7-10pm with DJ Turquoise Wisdom, but you'll have to RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org to attend.
Artist Toby Mott presents his collection of punk-related artifacts amassed over the course of 30 years, like posters and fanzines, in "LOUD FLASH: British Punk on Paper" at Venison until October 30.
Martin Kollar is a freelance photographer who lives in Prague, capturing the hilarity that is the human race in his series "Nothing Special" and "TV Anchors."
Neon Indian is playing a free concert somewhere in Boston this Sunday, but we can't tell you where until tomorrow. We can tell you the show is powered by a generator, so it could happen almost anywhere. This is a picture clue of the venue– if you recognize it, tell everyone still trying to figure it out on our Facebook page. Then, check back tomorrow for the official announcement and we'll fill you in on the details.
Gimme some upside down crosses, dirty words and holes and we're in business, clothing-wise. UNIF aka Ur Not In Fashion clearly got the memo. X - Jen
Shwood hand-crafts their wooden sunglass frames from fine woods like East Indian Rosewood and Zebrawood. Good for the environment, good for your look.
Neon Indian is Alan Palomo, a Texas native whose joke band eventually became a real, and a really successful, one. Neon Indian's track "6669" is featured on LSTN #11, and is also playing this Sunday's Secret Generator Series show in Boston. We caught with Palomo recently, right after he'd picked up keys to his new apartment in Brooklyn.
Duck Sauce is back with their second single: "Barbara Streisand." DJs A-Trak and Armand Van Helden just dropped the disco-house dance mash-up in a video New York City travelogue that makes us want to move there, like, now.
Melbourne's The Crayon Fields are bringing their blissed out pop to the States late October. If you haven't heard them then please put on your headphones, click above and close your eyes. - Nadia
Two for the Road is an "editing experiment" that places seemingly unrelated pictures next to each other to create a totally new meaning.
It can take a few seconds before you have that "oh, I see!" moment of clarity when looking through Todd Fisher's portfolio– he's one of those people that can turn boring situations into incredible photographs.
Metropolis Vintage couldn't have made a better couple commercials to get me in their store, especially shooting in front of all those sick boots. I'm so there. X - Jen