As with most publications, conducting and receiving images for features will leave you with an amalgam of beautiful and unused pictures — efforts often on par with what’s chosen, yet forcibly missed out. Not wanting to let these images go to waste, we’ve decided to present you with a selection of exclusive outtakes that just missed the cut for the Hypebeast Magazine issue #2. Starting with a whimsical portrait of Mugler ‘s Nicola Formichetti , we’ve also included shots from inside Maison Martin Margiela ‘s atelier, excerpt cuts from our many styling shoots including JOYCE by Romeo Gigli and Givenchy , and the ever-delightful professional skateboarder Mark Gonzales amongst others
Following last year’s opening of the Like Father, Like Son exhibition at Carmichael Gallery’s Culver City space, Eriberto and Estevan Oriol have teamed up to bring Like Father, Like Son: NYC to a Carmichael Gallery pop-up in New York City. Building upon last fall’s debut and marking the first time father and son have shown their work side-by-side on the East Coast, the new exhibition from the Los Angeles-based photographers will include fifteen limited edition black and white, color, silver gelatin and digital c-prints, many of which have made appearances in previous solo exhibitions
Apple’s October 23 event is rumored to be the site for the unveiling of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display. Joining the 15-inch model that was released back in June, consumers can expect a lower entry price-point than the current $2,199 USD for the larger model. If other specs hold true, expect to see OS X Mountain Lion, an HDMI port, Thunderbolt, smaller MagSafe power port and Intel Quad-core i7 processor
Quarterly publication SNEEZE returns with its latest edition titled “The Icee Issue.” Featuring cover stars Riff Raff and filmmaker Harmony Korine as photographed by Kenneth Cappello, other editorial selections include Futura, Kristina Rose, Neck Face and the latest More Autografs piece from photographer Peter Sutherland. SNEEZE Magazine Issue No
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Yamaha has taken the wraps off its latest gadget, the Yamaha PDX-B11 Bluetooth portable speaker. Featuring a rugged design with construction to match, this little speaker just begs to be taken outdoors. Offering a built-in handle for easy carrying, this portable speaker can be powered by an AC power source when indoors or six AA batteries when on the move.
JAM HOME MADE teams up with Medicom Toy for a special Bearbrick rendition of Shotaro Ishinomori’s Cyborg 009 manga. The character Joe Shimamura — also known as the leader of the nine cyborgs — receives a custom black and white wardrobe change along with a circular ‘J’ logo hit on his back. The figure is easily identified as Joe from customary character traits such as the shaggy hair that obscures his right eye and signature long flowing scarf
Designers Burkhard Schmitz, Claudia Plikat, and Carola Zwick, along with engineer Roland Zwick, thought it would be lucrative to set up a design studio on wheels.
In an effort to explore the sensory experience of being without sight, Peter Middleton and James Spinney have dramatized through video an audio diary recording of James Hull, a man gone blind. The recoding, taken just 4 months into his downturn speaks of one’s state of consciousness when experiencing elements that give the world depth — in this case rain.
The typography and letterforms found in New York City — unique signage, vernacular typography, and hand painted lettering — all blend together to create a cohesive narrative from NYC Type .