Originally launched in the 70s, Converse presents two vintage inspired colorways of the Auckland Racer, which will be exclusively available from UK retailer size?.
We’ve seen many types of maps, and most of them share one characteristic: they are minimalistic, topographic representations of a particular physical area. Now Sohei Nishino has gone ahead to blow our minds with his spin on maps of cities he has visited. Comprised of his stash of photographs, these recreate the city as one large collage, and are intended to function as a accurate-to-memory record rather than a accurate-to-scale map
It seems Australia has had a bad case of Daft Punk fever this last week, with the iconic band’s latest release, Random Access Memories, being launched in the country town of Wee Waa. Brisbane band Pigeon have been diagnosed with a particularly bad case, posting up a medley of a number of Daft Punks hits in tribute to the duo
Hadas Yaron, who won Best Actress for her role in Fill the Void at the Awards of the Israeli Film Academy and the Venice Film Festival in 2012, is still adjusting to her newfound fame.
[ Part 1 is here ] by Jonathan Blaustein Jonathan Blaustein: You’ve got a publishing company, LBM , that you started in 2008. Is that right? Alec Soth: Correct.
Pandora Lennard and Lucy Greene’s Anti-agency is the world’s sexiest street-casting collective. From the first issues of i-D and the rise of straight-up photography to Meadham Kirchhoff’s autumn/winter 13 show starring real kids on the catwalk, London street style has shaped the way we experience fashion. So it’s only natural that a couple of the city’s freshest stylists, Pandora Lennard and Lucy Greene, have chosen to create Anti-agency “for people who could’ve been models and decided not to, for people who are too cool to be models.” It’s not about how tall you are or how many shows you’ve walked in this season, it’s about personality, style, talent
With infinite unsolicited mashups of dubious merit floating around cyberspace, deliberate collaborations are a welcome change.
Drift off to Oscar’s sublime soundtrack of zzz inducing sounds and songs.
These companies don’t just know a great deal about you, they have a license to use your creations and, as the Yahoo!/Tumblr deal shows, they can transfer that license or sublicense it as they see fit. This is a tremendous amount of control and it should make users nervous. Though none of these companies do anything too unscrupulous yet.
Three museums gear up to celebrate the Italian provocateur Francesco Vezzoli in all his decadent glory.
Detroit-born artist Mike Kelley left behind a complex, colorful multimedia body of work—hardly suitable for confined quarters.
Kunsthalle Zürich Alejandro Cesarco’s exhibition ‘A Portrait, a Story, and an Ending’ at the Kunsthalle Zürich is the first in a series to test the institution’s library space.
Shortlisted for the 2013 Turner Prize and winner of the Max Mara Art Prize for women at the Whitechapel gallery, French-born artist Laure Prouvost shares an extract from one of her artworks, entitled ‘Swallow’, created during her 6 month residency in Italy. How does the work you’ve been making in Italy differ from the work you made in London?
This morning, the World Wide Web is winning. Artist James Harvey has proposed and is organizing a project seeing the complete re-telling of Otomo Katsuhiro's manga classic Akira using characters from The Simpsons
Erdal Inci is an Istanbul-based filmmaker, graffiti artist, and photographer who has been experimenting with cloned motion in video since 2004.
This morning we take a look at a series of photographs by Berlin-based, New York City-born photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz. Memory Loss was captured throughout the United States and “explores the social identification and how our ideas of self representation create instances of cultural disconnect.”
Cayce Zavaglia is back with some new and impressive embroidery work.
We are enjoying the work of Kiersten Essenpreis this morning. Kiersten works as a freelance illustrator and gallery artist.
On Friday, Before Midnight will finally come out in cinemas. Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy, and director Richard Linklater will reunite on screen for 24 hours in the lives of the transatlantic, loquacious lovers Jesse and C
Bazaar takes a look at some of the iconic on–set photographs of the historical epic, Cleopatra