A few pictures surfaced today of the new [B]unique line. I would suggest reading the below post before commenting on this one. Last time I check, there were no [B]unique riders in London,Tokyo, Milan… Oh, and don’t think we don’t know where that ‘R’ comes from.
As Stussy comes to an end of possibly its best year in a decade, a special exhibition has been created at the brands Wooster Street store in Soho, NYC. Head Porter has vacated the upper room to allow this awesome display of art, history, design and culture from the original surf/skate culture company (sorry Vans, you should have gotten in on it from the start instead of messing around with car tires for 10 years!).
Nice clean site from director Joseph Kosinski, formerly of KDLAB. Some amazingly realistic as well as beautifully stylized 3d often times composited with live action footage. Well worth a look. check it
Looks like Mr. Davis and co. pumped out another slick site. This time for the peeps over at Motorola for their new MOTOKRZR. The site is a spin onthe more traditional random generative art that Josh does, this time taking the form of a Kaleidoscope. Not only can you make your own custom Kaleidoscope you can watch it animate then stop and save the image to a desktop, something I’ve never seen done recently and especially not in flash.
“Our development team loves to learn new things. And our favorite way to learn is to build things that represent our own ideas. We want to share what we’ve discovered and Big Spaceship Labs is our means to that end. We encourage any of our readers to get involved in the learning process by commenting or criticising our code. Take what we’ve built, study it, play with it, add to it and geek out with us!”
Ladies and gentlemen, lend me your eyes, this is what it means to have a successful brand. Get out your pens, pencils, palm pilots, chisels, stone, whatever just make sure you take thorough notes. This is a paper company. The majority of the population will give two shits about paper. Hell The Office (uk version of course) is all about how boring the paper industry is. Well guess who doesn’t give a shit? French Papers, that’s who. Their promotional pieces are so smart, so cohesive that you can’t help but stop everything you’re doing and handle them.
Take a look around their website, look at their promotional materials and look how they have fun with what they do, how everything fits together, and how it’s all fantastic.
Not exactly the latest news, but interesting none the less. Nike had teamed up with BFGoodrich and GM to work on a tire specifically for the concept Hummer H3t. Hopefully we’ll be seeing more collaborations like this in the future for other vehicles.
Pretty slick app, simple, easy to understand interface that remembers all of the discs you’ve burned and makes smoke while it’s “burning” (so clever those guys). Not a bad alternative if you don’t want to (or can’t afford to) buy toast and at $14.95 it has most of the same features…don’t forget the smoke part.
We live in an interesting time, where the current trends in fashion seem to be an amalgamation of styles that have come before us. Retro seems to be the new “new” per se, and could be considered the style definition for the 2000′s. It’s kind of nice to see people rocking true vintage, especially to pick out the subtle details that all these designers are appropriating into their new lines. Polo? North Face? 1990′s? It’s all here: Vintage Gear Addicts
I talk about this shoe A LOT. Since the picture of Hiroshi Fujiwara emerged in Boon magazine late last year wearing a pair of the blue HTM’s, I knew the shoe was going to do BIG TINGS! Maybe it’s the European in me but this model proves Nike are still on top for design and originality, no matter how many duff lines they want to bring out next season (Safety Pack – WTF? just wait )
I came across this little feature a few weeks ago from the release of the Hideout co-lab at the end of the summer but with my move to Phila, posting it kind of got pushed to the side – UNTIL NOW! If you look hard enough you’ll see our very own Seenmy looking dapper infront of the lens.
So, lately its been getting a bit slow round here. Honestly I tell you we are all busy, people having kids, people getting jobs, people working jobs. Heck I’m sure some of us have even skated in the last month. So some of us were throwing around the idea of a freebie fridays. A kind of give back to the people who enjoy our little slice over this way. In fact somethign free from one of us that some of you might find usefull.
Throwing around the idea made me want to do it more and more but I need to know what the people out there would want from us, originally we would offer up personal stuff that each one of us could contribute to. Free fonts we’ve made, flash actionscripts, illustrator vector files, after effects projects, heck even tutorials or Q&A sessions about stuff.
So I as of you the few and the faithful, post your comments below or email me (drew at exclusivestm.com) what you would like to see and we’ll get to working on giving you something to look forward to on fridays.
4FRNT, a newschool ski company, came out with a denim inspired twin tip ski for pro rider Niklas Karlström. With dimensions that practically center this skis sidecut, the feel riding this stick backward is as comfortable as riding it forward. They look sick too.
so we had a random session late last night on brighton sea front amazing the fun you can have with a few planks of wood,Dan is a good friend of mine since i met him and he just never fails to amaze me at every session we skate,last night after numerous stupid tricks he attepted this.
Dan buddy i bet your feeling that this morning. Posted By:Harry
well only the part where she fucks with the mic. Other than that is a bunch of her and her dancers wearing big ass clothes Chris Farmer use to rock and a lot of crotch teasing. I used to think this girl looked pretty until Matt™ mentioned her looking kind of like a man. So I won’t be able to enjoy it as much as you…or maybe I ruined it for you.
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