“We wanted to make a movie about a sort of heightened version of what we live now. Both in terms of technology and in terms of loneliness and longing. Our lives today are so busy and so rich. But also, we experience a lot of longing and loneliness.” When Spike Jonze began working on “Her,” […]
Five years ago, when Michael Williams of A Continuous Lean and PR firm Paul + Williams began planning a new kind of menswear event with business partner Randy Goldberg, the goal was a straightforward one: to gather nice things — well-made things, lasting things, things the two men themselves liked — together under one roof for […]
From Esquire – “Gary Vaynerchuk: What I’ve Learned“: We, as human beings, love to draw lines in the sand when it comes to innovation. I’m not going to wear Google glasses — that’s like a robot. But go back in time and think about older people who said: “I’m not getting a color TV. […]
Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner‘s recent exhibition at the M.A.D. Gallery in Geneva is a study in patience and an ode to obsessive detail. For his Disintegrating series, he painstakingly disassembled scale models of classic sports cars (over a thousand components per car), photographed them separately, and then digitally blended them in post-production.
Fresh on the heels of the interactive video for “Like a Rolling Stone” we posted earlier this week, here’s Pharrell Williams’ with “Happy,” billed as “the world’s first 24-hour music video.” Let the video play all day, or use the interactive clock to skip around, keeping an eye out for appearances from celebrity guests, including […]
The Nikon 1 Camera, a first-of-its-kind design that was never exported from Japan to the US; one of Esquire’s 11 Best-Designed Products featured in The Story of Design The Story of Design is a new book from design historians Charlotte and Peter Fiell which chronicles the history of design, its evolution over time and its […]
“You know how in the middle of every creation, nothing makes sense and you want to die?” — Yoni Bloch, CEO of Interlude Studios The interactive video for Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone,” created by digital agency Interlude Studios, is an example of a wild concept, skillfully executed. It is one of the coolest […]
From Eater’s First Look at René Redzepi’s A Work in Progress, a three-volume release including a cookbook, personal journal and collection of snapshots: The recipes book begins with an essay by Lars Ulrich (yes, that Lars Ulrich, of Metallica) entitled “Unafraid.” Redzepi assigned Ulrich the topic of “What is creativity?” which Ulrich answers: René belongs to a very small […]
‘Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within Home’ is the most recent work by artist Do Ho Suh. These 1:1 scale replicas of two homes that Do Ho Suh previously lived in are made of silk, with the much smaller traditional Korean home fitting inside of the American apartment building. The transparent piece hardly seems […]
As if there were not enough reasons to want to travel in Europe, the SNCF railway company teamed with an ad agency in Paris to create an interactive ad campaign. With the slogan ‘ Europe, It’s Just Next Door’, several conspicuous doors were placed in public spaces throughout Paris.
Here are our lifestyle finds for the week end October 18th. Enjoy and have a good weekend! 1. Stolen Pappy Bourbon in Kentucky 2. Warehouse turned loft in Monza, Italy 3. Lomography goes digital photography with experimental lens kit 4. Day 18 of Better Out Than In 5. First look trailer for Wes Anderson’s new movie: The Grand […]
The end of the summer is almost here, and as promised, here are a few videos of my very own summer vacation. Each of these videos were shot from the hip with the Bonzart Ampel Tilt Shift Camera, available at ACGears in store and online. From piers of West Palm Beach, to the nightlife of […]