If for some reason you find yourself needing to upgrade from Canon’s pocket friendly S series, this is your next step.
Hunger was just induced.
Halal Cart–Style Chicken and Rice with White Sauce
Watch Angry Boys on HBO. Funniest show on TV right now.
Yesterday I was given the opportunity to visit Ford Motor Company’s Research & Innovation, and Product Development Centers to learn about the technology behind the making of their automobiles and the efforts to further reduce overall emissions and advance sustainability. The crazy get-up in the first couple slides is Ford’s Human Occupant Package Simulator which uses motion-capture technology to study how to make the car more comfortable for its passengers. It was definitely the coolest thing besides the Laser sign in the Research & Innovation Center. Inside the Product Development Center, a group of us were allowed into the clay modeling studio (without cameras) to see how their designers created true-to-scale car models out of Japanese clay. Apparently the 50th anniversary Mustang was on the other side of an 8 foot barrier that kept us from venturing around the rest of the studio. Anyway, it was nice to look into the finer working components of an iconic American brand, and maybe next time I can get onto the factory floor for some more fun.
A mantric quote from Supreme founder James Jebbia in the two-part article Inside Supreme: Anatomy of a Global Streetwear Cult
A pic of the infamous ‘Crack Jacket’ that was worn in court by a Florida man accused of selling narcotics.
Hennessy Youngman on Damien Hirst, “The Bono of the Art World.”
Metallica, For Whom the Bell Tolls
The NAIAS opens this weekend. Ahead of that, we preview most of the beautiful cars on display.
As a side note: Due to travel and crappy internet, this is all you’re getting today. Sorry about that.