Apple’s iPhone App Store is now live, several hours ahead of its rumored 9 am PST launch. To access it, download iTunes 7.7 here. Once iTunes has upgraded, you can access the App Store.
*Note the new software has not been released so you will have to wait a bit to use.
A nice bite on the Epicurious brand name, the folks at NOTCOT have expanded their empire to include Liqurious, a user-generated, editorially curated booze site. Imagine the sample bottles pouring in!
All things Italian are great, and this holds true to Peroni’s Calendario Peroni. Above is the desktop wallpaper to November, Grazie.
Vanity Fair makes it that simple in this easy to view slideshow.
My friend Alison sent me over a link to gorgeous set of images from Flickr. Have a look
Bad Kitty’s is a project created by photographer Rony Alwin and American Apparel model Lauren Paez. I enjoy it, a lot.
One Post Wonder is “A collection of amazing blogs that have one post.” The internet is full of great ideas.
via, gorilla mask
Good for the little man to be getting some tall strange. Bad for us to be watching such a weird video. Watch the trailer at Defamer. ugh
SketchyPad caught some flicks of the Pressure show that went off last night.
Sister Sis sent this link over to me. Sorry I missed Your Party, a website dedicated to Pictures of other people’s parties from Flickr.
Enjoy it right here
The flwrpt is run by a guy named Darien from Brooklyn. The idea behind the site is this..
” I will be reviewing the records from my personal collection (all original vinyl), critiquing both the music as well as the design of the album covers (all original photography).”
All good stuff.
Have a look
Edible.com has a wide assortment of exotic foods to order and then eat. The nice packaging of these Giant Toasted Leafcutter Ants, almost makes me want to buy them. However, I can just not see myself eating ants yet this early in my life.
My father buys both my sister and I 10 lb bags from Schaad for Christmas, no joke. Maybe we can up it to a 50lb bag.
We had told you last week about how Swoon was back beautifying the streets in New York. The Gothamist has put together a compilation of the work found so far. I am very partial to the piece above, as it reminds me of her old subway pieces from 2005.
See the images here
Sleevage is an aptly titled website that focuses on album cover art “from the LP’s of the 60’s to the digital artworks of now.” Have a look
Check out Uniqlo’s unique promotional tool and really cool flash development. Their site has always used cutting edge technology, development and implementation. Here are the basics: you can edit video clips (human mix machine) to make a little audio clip, and that’s it. Extremely addictive. They have also created a “blog” widget that lets you create a custom size embed to fit in your blog. What more can you ask for?
Giant magazine has a nice little slideshow from a visit to Kehinde Wiley‘s studio. Kehinde Wiley is kind of awesome. See the photos here