Photographer Julia Chesky dropped by Eric Haze’s opening at Level 2 last night and captured the scene.
I recently bought one of these helmets from Bern. They are featured in GQ’s December issue. (Jocking my style…anyway) It’s very cool and breathable (flat black was my choice). I recommend it if you need to protect your nugget. They also have inserts for snowboarding and winter that keep your ears warm. Some of them even have built in headphones—a nice touch.
We’ve been up on Vhils’ work for ages, so we were psyched when we found these prints of his available through Studio Cromie. Available in a varied edition of 7, and measuring 20″ x 25″ the work is a screenprint on persplex and billboard paper.
More info here
Pat Duffy in Questionable
Amazing photos from the Museum of Natural History
Simple, and to the point. That’s minimalism isn’t it? Albert Exergian understands that, and executes perfectly.
So Griffin and Threadless are collaborating on some products and sent us a couple of their new cases and some Tees to check out. I have to say that these, by far, are the best cases for the iPhone I’ve used. We told you about the Cozip cases a while back, and it looks like Griffin took some tips from their design and took it up a notch. The pairing with Threadless adds a unique, one-of-a-kind user generated design to the mix. Another cool thing, the cases will not chip, and the solid plastic with the nice “grippy” texture is very streamline! The cases are available at all Apple stores and Griffin’s website, so finding them will not be a problem. Check out the video above to hear the whole story.
The Ear Force X41 is an update to the Ear Force X4 Wireless headphones/micriphone for XBOX 360. Chat with coplayers while you blast them away listening to Dolby 7.1 surround, 2.4GHz RF audio transmission, USB powered base station. Retail price is $200, but can be found cheaper. These look solid enough that I may pick up a set. Probably also pretty good for some late night frag sessions at full volume without waking up neighbors or roomies…
Depeche Mode, Never Let Me Down Again
Wu Tang Clan, Da Mystery of Chessboxin’, 1993
Get the details over at Street Carnage.
VBS digs deep. Ha!
Christine Eric made short X-ray films showing the movement of the tongue and the entire mouth area. Check out another one after the jump.
While looking for a Dickies video, I found the trailer to Killer Clowns from Outer Space which features a song by the Dickies. How the f@*k did this movie get the green light? Very disturbing. Wasn’t this the time of Howard the Duck?