Sisters of Mercy, More
EPMD, Gold Digger, 1990
Apparently grenades and dynamite have gotten too easy to use when fishing. Enter Extreme Aerial Bowfishing, looks pretty awesome. Check out NY Times for a video etc.
Natalia Vodianova, Daria Werbowy and Kate Moss & Brian Eno
via, the blaaahg
I’ll tell you what. The striking resemblance of American Idol reject, Adam… and Rihanna. I was checking out Billboard this morning and was a little creeped out. Proof after the jump.
Well this sold out pretty fast but, you can still download Faile’s Sound Advice here!
“This is a print of the iconic flag from the Lost in Glimmering Shadows show in London.
An edition of 300, signed and numbered prints. Painted and printed here in the studio with Acrylic and Silkscreen Ink on a thick, luscious paper stock. Dimensions are 23in x 38in (58cm x 96cm). Priced at $350
Burger King Japan’s Windows 7 Whopper. Bring it.
This BBC program is 25 minutes of old New York. Featuring a slew of characters including New Order and Rock Steady, it is worth the watch.
According to Wired writer Mark McClusky, the new Canon S90 is all that and more.
Two big features he points out are the glass:
“It’s got a 28-105mm equivalent lens, a nice wide angle at the short end, perfect for large group shots and landscapes.”
and the speed of the lens which goes down to f2, that is extremely impressive. I also want to point out it looks nice and compact, easy for the front pocket.
Searched the term ‘perpendicular’ this morning
Kate Moss. More from French Vogue October 2009. We added a bonus after the jump.
For more photos go here.
Spot the Vhils. Man that guy is good.
Our whole 45 Frames of We Were Once a Fairytale, how else is there a way to explain that nearly 3/4 of the shots are identical?
Peep it and make up your mind.
We had a chance to see a screening of (Untitled) a couple moments back, and liked it enough to give you all the heads up about it. Starring Adam Goldberg, a sexy Marley Shelton, Eion Bailey, Lucy Punch, and Vinnie Jones (as a mix of Maurizio Cattelan and Vinnie Jones), the film is based on the NY Art Scene in all of its idiosyncracies. We definitely recommend seeing its debut in theaters this weekend. As a bonus, we have a package containing a full size movie poster and the original soundtrack for the movie to giveaway. Since the movies tagline is “Everyone’s got an opinion”, watch the trailer after the jump, then give us your opinion in the comments. Best one wins.
In this new feature we explore the English language as it was meant to be spoken. We dig deep through the best reference in the world, the Urban Dictionary. Got a nice word or phrase we should feature? Leave it in the comments.