Sandy Kim tells a Classic Tale of a forced trip in Miami
A look through 12 months of models photographed by Steven Meisel for the 2015 Pirelli Calendar
In The Search For BLDG.40, Rob Miceli skates through an abandoned psychiatric center (not on a Psycho Stick, tho) in New York state while Sean Colello does the filming. A+ for creative use of a bowling alley.
Donuts around donuts around donuts around donuts… Ken Block’s Gymkhana SEVEN has got all the donuts you need, and a little OJ to wash it down.
The result of what happens when you combine with video game modification skills with a punk rock sensibility.
It’s apparently a big thing in Japan for girls to dress alike to show off their friendship or something. Thanks to forward-thinking by a hardworking exec, grown-up girls who are friends and also fans of lingerie and Disney’s Frozen, now have the opportunity to wear matching Frozen-themed bras that change color when the girls touch. Are you still reading this?
Would even jog, if forced to. Here, two men in a tin can van get driven along the Alwas Killar Road in India
!!RENEGADE!! by Michael Cavanaugh
“Too Many Cooks” is a TV Time Warp for those of us with warped minds.
Now that’s dedication. Meet Roger Alan Martin, the man who has eaten at Olive Garden twice a day for the past 49 days to take full advantage of their“Never Ending Pasta Pass.”
Would play this game if it were actually a game.
Drone Boning, the first—and most artistically shot—soft porn recorded from above. It’s like a game of ‘Where’s Dildo?’ at times. Watch and enjoy.
DANIELS pushes the boundaries of weird in their longest short film to date.
Instead of just walking into a flock of emperor penguins to identify those birds tagged with RFID chips, researchers in the Antarctic drive this adorable lil’ remote controlled dude into the huddles, so that the penguins won’t get stressed.
Sebastien Tellier – Love
In an unassuming suburb of Buenos Aires sits a sportswear shop frozen in time. Wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling, the store is stacked with unopened Adidas shoe and apparel boxes from the 1970s, all closely guarded by a 75-year-old shopkeeper with a tragic story who lost everything and holds onto this time capsule as a form of personal therapy. Thirsty for a glimpse into the trove of rare goods, some of the most enthused Adidas collectors journeyed across the Atlantic to gain entry into the dusty shop of their dreams. Their story unfolds, below.