In this humorous new short film from Adam Neustadter, a New Yorker expatriates to California and encounters an exotic, new-agey know-it-all.
By presenting the entire image in focus, the LYTRO ILLUM is a camera for photographers who want to explore more in a picture.
Perry Michaelson: Monster of Photography
While not as dirty as one might expect, this small book presents a glimpse into the mind of David Choe through a “black and white collection of drawings, sketches, writing and ephemera.”
Published by Giant Robot and available here
How to Get Rich in the Medical Marijuana Business (or Go Broke Trying) by Francisco Alvarado
“When I Was Singing About ‘All You Need Is Love,’ I Was Talking About Something I Hadn’t Experienced”
John Lennon and Yoko Ono on developing and nurturing love, in the latest Blank on Blank.
The Brian Williams edition
Janette Beckman’s 1982 documentation of this East LA gang is part of her broader exhibition Rebel Cultures: Punks, Rap and Gangs at HVW8 Gallery in Los Angeles.
A portrait of train surfers in South Africa by Marco Casino.
Developed by mathematicians at the University of Michigan, Entrain helps you shift your clock by altering “the timing of what your eyes and brain perceive as dawn and dusk.” So basically, it suggests a lighting schedule of when to get a lot of light, and when to get none. Try it out here
One of my multi-million dollar dreams is to build an Action Park replica for my friends and I to hang out at a couple times a year. There’d be a great BBQ, onsite emergency medical staff, maybe a cool DJ, and of course, all the crazy rides that the shortest lived, most legendary theme park had to offer. To get an idea of how fun and dangerous this would be, here’s a “best of Action Park” video complete with people actually sliding down the infamous Cannonball Loop.