Is that a tractor? British GQ has very cool slideshow from the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, Germany. The museum looks as amazing as the cars.
“The museum provides a veritable history of Porsche, showcasing everything from the frame of the Type 64 built in 1939 to the 911, 2.0 Coupe of 1964, the 968 Cabriolet of 1995 to the 908 Spyder of 1970 and also previews the Porsche Panamera, which will be released in September.”
The Museum contains Christophours restaurant and a cigar lounge featuring Laura Chavin cigars. What more can you ask for!
While in Peru, I fell in love with Coca Tea. I brought back a box of it but, over time, it all disappeared. While grabbing a bagel the other morning, I found a stock of these Koka drinks in the shop. They’re pretty good, and will hold me over until I return to that wonderful country. Feel the Andes.
You gotta give it to the man for creating such an awesome gift for his hometown. As previously noted, Steve Powers A Love Letter For You is currently under production and you can follow the progress as well as read great small bits on the projects’ blog. Since I really enjoyed the personal history of Steve Powers, I’ve re-published it below
Urban Outfitters has partnered with The Impossible Project to help restart and reinvent instant film photography. The Impossible Project bought all the machinery and equipment at Polaroid’s Dutch factory where the instant films were made. Urban Outfitters is helping them bring it back for 2010.
In preparation of Supply & Demand moving to the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Shepard Fairey has been gracing the Iron City with new murals. In a display of tech-saavy resourcefulness, a google map has been created to spotlight mural locations for all computer literate Yinzers. Pretty handy
We were pretty psyched to hear about this new special from Jet Blue where you can fly unlimited to-and-from any destination for the price of $599. Then we found out the promotion is only from September 8th to October 8th. Why not just do it permanently with a subscription fee or something? Oh well, you have until August 21st (this Friday) to get in on the deal.
Over the weekend the show Brickism opened up at Wood Wood in Denmark. It featured lego creations from SoMe (above), Delta, Husk Mit Navn, and Will Sweeney. The show will continue to Colette next month, followed by Goodhood in London in October, and 290 SQM in Amsterdam in November. The pieces will be auctioned off on ebay to support Save the Children.
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