Bones and Feathers Collective makes some gnarly jewelry out of recycled bullet castings. We just think they may be in the wrong profession—they make better gold teeth than most rappers have in their mouth.
Jessica Harrison makes bizarre art that includes everything from gruesome porcelain figures to tiny "flesh furniture." It's gross, it's freaky, and it's awesome! Apparently her senior dissertation at the Edinburgh College of Art was called "Cutting Edge or Dicing with Death: Death and Dissection in Contemporary British Art" and that is some seriously scary schoolwork. - Hazel
Studiolav has created Design is Dead cross pencils to represent the death of their use due to technology. We can't help but think about how perfect these would be for a vampire slayer with a homework problem who goes to high school on a Hellmouth.
Jason Tennant's wood sculptures are so detailed that they almost look real. We wonder how many people they've spooked in the dark?
"And though you fight to stay alive, your body starts to shiver, for no mere mortal can resist the evil of the thriller. Muahahahaha!"—Michael Jackson
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Getting involved is easy. Register now at Movember.com, shave that upper lip on November 1, let your crumb-catcher grow all month long, and then get your family and friends to donate in support of your efforts. Mo Sistas, support your Mo Bros by recruiting a team or sponsoring a friend.
As the month goes on, we will be tracking the progress of our own Mo Bros and cheering them on along the way. So, go show your Mos grow, yo!
Class Actress, one of this week's Music Monday artists, has a new video for the song "Weekend." While you're watching, check out the "A Touch of Class" feature at i-D Magazine about lead singer Elizabeth Harper, and get ready to play this song for the next two days.
(Photos via Katie KMC McCurdy)
Stoyn, make one of us! We want to be mint chocolate chip.
(Photos via House of McNairy)Mark McNairy, is stepping into the world of womenswear next season, with some staples that he's known for in his New Amsterdam collection: red brick soles, fitted caps, eccentric prints, and of course, cargo pants. See the rest of the lookbook here. -Bob
Store On Tour has come to an end and we are incredibly sad that it's over. It was an amazing experience and we want to thank everyone who made the tour possible: Dockers, Dry Soda, Tortoise & Blonde, the employees, and of course, all of you! It's so hard to say goodbye, it feels like we're graduating from high school all over again. Hmm...I wonder where we will end up going for college?
Joan Saló's colored pen works, we'd prefer some sunshine. In the mean time, we will just have to stare at these images again and again.