Captured over the course of six years, BACKFLASHES is a gorgeous glimpse through the eyes of ruedione into the adventure of writing graffiti. These photos are outstanding, and the book is a must buy. For more of a background on the photographer/artist, Ekosystem has a great interview.
ColorChange by Indivigital is a really awesome app. If you ever wanted to repaint a wall in your place and were unsure about the color to use, this app is the answer. Here is how it works: Take a picture of the wall, then select on the portions you want to paint. It’s smart enough to know trace around pictures, and objects that may be in the shot and you can use its tools to select and erase what you may not want to have colored. Definitely worth the $2.99.
Fill in the blanks of your collection. Check out NME’s 100 greats.
On a design level, this shirt by Fresh Jive is totally on point. The message is clear, “Hope is Fading Fast.” Well, in 2008 Obama was the only option we had. If only there was a party called Demublican…although Republocrat sounds pretty tight too. Makin’ Money for the people.
Eric Wareheim, music video director of the year.
Major Lazer “Keep it Going Louder”
Shepard Fairey was tapped to lend his design chops to the new Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers The Live Anthology 4 cd box set (releasing today).
Buy it here
Photographer Samantha Tio‘s series Table for One.
Our friend, photographer Julia Chesky created this great editorial based on the Pushcart Wars with the help of Art Director Ali Lee and a homeless model named Chris. Have a look
This trailer for the movie KICK-ASS, actually looks pretty kick ass.
East Flatbush Project, Tried by 12, 1996
Cheap Monday’s popular revolution! Available at Urban Outfitters UK
Kenzo Digital put this video out four months ago, and it took a moment of clarity to remember that I hadn’t shown it to you all. City of God’s Son is a creative story told through music: an opera of mixes that stoke your imagination as you follow. This video features Blind Musicians relating their experiences while listening .
Or is it the waistcoat? I think with Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes on the big screen soon, and all the steampunk action these days, there still is the chance to rock a vest. Pick this one up, the Tweed hunter here.
This link should explain why. Conceptually great once you know what you’re looking at.
Directed by Keith Schofield
Charlotte Gainsbourg’s Heaven Can Wait.
Not yet but, according to the Berkshire Eagle “The nation’s biggest producer of processed pumpkin pie filling, Nestle, says once the current supply runs out, canned pumpkin won’t be available until next August.”
If you’re looking for a good way to make it, Paula Deen’s pumpkin pie recipe on the Food Network looks amazing.