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Helmut Newton

Robotrip, The T-Shirt


Supreme’s Tussin longsleeve is perfect for your boarding school reunion.

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Dare I make the Complex claim “Greatest Living Artist?”

Buy the book of wisdom here

UP All Night

Wolfgang Press, Cut the Tree


Sponge Vase Square Plants


InVaso, a planter made from a sponge. Designed by Stefano Claudio Bison

Reminisce Over This

De La Soul, Breakadawn, 1993

— @TheNameIsJerald

“judged and also judging”


An interview with Barbara Kruger

Eugene, directed by Spencer Susser


In the Spencer Susser-directed short Eugene, a film inspired by Four Stories winning screenwriter Adam Blampied, we meet an endearingly timid traveler, who finds himself the recipient of a magical Ultrabook™: one which grants his every wish.

In his Extreme WOW Suite at the stately W Washington, D.C., Eugene gets a bit carried away with his new device. From new sneakers and ice cream cones to choo-choo trains and a cowboy hat, we see his room fill with countless treats and toys; however, none of these things can fill the hole that’s in his heart.

Watch the film to find out what happens Eugene goes too far, and then participate in our Eugene Photo Contest for a chance to win an Intel-inspired Lenovo Yoga IdeaPad* Ultrabook™ and 40,000 Starpoints* for use at any W Hotel of your choice!

Post a photo of what you’d wish for if you had a magical, wish-granting Intel-inspired Ultrabook™ with #fourstories on Twitter or Instagram, and we’ll pick two winners on March 7th. You can also check back to see entries here to see what other people are wishing for.

Check back on March 7th to see which two lucky contestants won!



Pibal, the Phillipe Staarck designed scooter / bicycle hybrid for Peugeot.

Raf Simons x Fred Perry


A couple dope polos means Spring is on its way.

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Sweet Potato Parmesan Tater Tots


Relatively easy with spicy sriracha ketchup for the kick

Lunchtime Laughter

Portlandia: Art Project

Under The Influence

A selection of choice lots from the upcoming auction at Phillips



Meet the world’s top NBA gambler by Scott Eden

Margaret Kilgallen: Heroines

Show this to your daughters.

From Art 21:

“Episode #175: Filmed in San Francisco in 2000, Margaret Kilgallen (1967-2001) discusses the female figures she incorporated into many of her paintings and graffiti tags. Loosely based on women she discovered while listening to folk records, watching buck dance videos, or reading about the history of swimming, Kilgallen painted her heroines to inspire others and to change how society looks at women. Three of Kilgallen’s heroines—Matokie Slaughter, Algia Mae Hinton, and Fanny Durack—are shown and heard through archival video, images, and audio recordings. Kilgallen is shown tagging train cars with her husband, artist Barry McGee, in a Bay Area rail yard and painting in her studio at UC Berkeley.

Margaret Kilgallen’s work reflects her encyclopedic knowledge of signs drawn from American folk tradition, printmaking, and letterpress. Kilgallen has a love of “things that show the evidence of the human hand.” Painting directly on the wall, Kilgallen creates room-size murals that recall a time when personal craft and handmade signs were the dominant aesthetic.”

via, hyperallergic

Jimi Hendrix, ‘People, Hell And Angels’


“New Jimi Hendrix” sounds better than “previously unreleased.” Stream People, Hell And Angels below.


Kate Moss Thursdays


Partially submerged.

by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott

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Robert Doisneau

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