Friday, May 28, 2010
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Supreme along with Rizzoli have compiled this great book about the history of the NYC based label. Over the past 16 years James Jebbia has built the iconic and working with some of the most influential people in numerous aspects of the culture, some of them like Glenn O’Brien, Aaron Bondaroff and Kaws are all featured in this great book. The book surveys many of the brand’s products over the years including projects with Jeff Koons, Richard Prince, Damien Hirst, Public Enemy and Lou Reed, among others. Don't sleep on this one!
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Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Lost In Translation, what a timeless movie. I bet you 20 years from now you'll be watching this movie & still be amazing by the score, dialogue, screenplay & the cinematography. Scarlett Johanson in this movie reminds me of my ex-girlfriend (maybe thats why I like watching the movie) & Bill Murray is just Bill Murray, what more do you want from the guy he's brilliant. Just a lil' piece of info if you're in the know you'll notice a cameo apperance from Hiroshi Fujiwara (the Godfather of Japanese streetwear) in the movie, he's happens to be friends with director Sophia Coppola.
OMG! Monica Bellucci is a goddess. Another movie i watched last night was How Much Do you Love Me? It's an artsy fartsy foreign movie (French) with erotic undertones, very well acted. I won't give up the movie other than to tell you to go watch it. Can i say Monica Bellucci again, daaaayyuumm!
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Monday, May 10, 2010
Friday, May 7, 2010
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Local boywonder Kronk teams up with NSW for their "True Colours" campaign for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
"Kronk is an emerging designer/illustrator from Cape Town. His work is colorful and whimsical, a collision of rock poster rebelliousness and wry pop culture references. His contributions to the South African team kit are the most intricate of the collection, with an insanely detailed crest embroidery, a bubble lettered font, a kaleidoscopic illustrated pattern (lining the AW77 hoodie), and a cartoonish mascot who seems to be in constant motion. Is he a footballer breaking away on the pitch or a fan blowing a horn in the stands? They are one in the same in Kronk’s mashed-up world."
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