Ice House Detroit

“Ice House Detroit is an architectural installation and social change project currently taking place in Detroit. Photographer Gregory Holm and architect, Matthew Radune will use one of 20,000 abandoned houses and freeze it in solid ice to reference the contemporary urban conditions in the city and beyond.”

See the project here


This reminds me of Steve Powers’s Superfeen character.

Skinny Legs and All

Vanity Fair takes a look at a new generation of Hollywood Starlets.  Emma Stone, gimmee a holler

Can this trend die already?

The Urban Woodsman aka The Lumberjoke

All Gone: The Finest of Street Culture

A great photograph from a book that we look forward to every year.

See a preview here

photo: Geoffroy de Boismenu

Weekend Viewing: D.I.Y. America

Aaron Rose has been working with Wieden + Kennedy Entertainment on a couple internet video series, one of which is D.I.Y. America.  In the same vein as Beautiful Losers, the videos are meant to inspire creativity.  Above and after the jump you will see the Skate + Create episodes but, if you go to the website here, you can view excellent pieces with SWOON and Os Gemeos.  Enjoy.

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Wind Turbines by Philippe Starck

Power to the People, literally, as these are designed for residential use.

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Makiko Takehara interperets 20 vintages of Perrier-Jouët

To celebrate the release of Perrier-Jouët‘s Belle Epoque 2002, Japanese art photographer Makiko Takehara has interpreted 20 legendary Perrier-Jouët vintages, from the oldest in Champagne, the PJ 1825, to the first of the new millennium. Her compositions provide a uniquely artistic perspective of each vintage, turning champagne into a work of art.

Here are 10 of them.

Fabulously unForeign

Great idea, not so great pictures.

Fabulously unForeign is an attempt to eat world cuisine from 153 countries without leaving NYC. Some camera company should sponsor this.


The return of Them Thangs

Back in action.

Girl Scout Cookies

Apparently it’s that time of year again when Girl Scout’s flood the cookie market with their delicious products.  Samoas, Tagalongs, Thin Mints, and even a new flavor Thank You Berry Munch…I can eat these for days.  One problem though.  I do not know any Girl Scouts (Thankfully), or for that matter any mothers of Girl Scouts (double thankfully). So I ask, can somebody hook The Enablist up with some boxes of this Girl Scout Crack?  I need to stock up for the Winter. All set.  (Thanks Flaherty and Bessie!)

easter eggs in classical Art

Cracked investigates.

The 2009 Feltron Annual Report

This is my third year of reading this half ocd/magical annual report from Nicolas Felton.  Always impressive and enjoyable, see it here


via the Whoa!

McDonald’s Big American Burgers

You have to love the vision of Japanese McDonalds.  They have a new series of burgers rolling out under the Big America moniker.  Above is the Texas, and damn does it look good.  After the jump you’ll see the New York, California, and Hawaiian.  I wonder if US McDonald’s realizes how much money they’d be printing if they brought these over stateside?

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Wi-Fi for the Passive Agressive

These are great!

A lot of things we could wear and a couple we couldn’t from the Men’s Fashion Shows in Milan

In no way are we arbiters of Fashion but, while trolling through the countless runway images from the Fall 2010 shows in Milan we couldn’t help ourselves from picking out some looks that could feasibly make it into everyday life.  And then, just for fun, we have decided to show you some that definitely won’t.  Enjoy.


Congratulations to all parties involved.

See the magic here and watch the first installment of the Vice Guide to Liberia after the jump

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Morning Dose of Awesome

Next level dancehall freakiness.  Peep the dude with one leg all elevated.  RESPECT!

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