Images from Italy

Five years ago I was 25, spending time in Italy trying to sort out what the hell I wanted to do with my life.  I came to NY.  While sorting through files this weekend, I came across a bunch of touristy images from that period of my life.  Enjoy.

very little here


This is beautiful. Japanese design studio Nendo, created a chair made of hollowed-out pieces of wood covering a metal frame.  The legs of the chair are only 15 mm in diameter. For more details and photos checkout Dezeen.

mad skills Danny MacAskill

Have you seen him? Danny MacAskill is a Scottish freestyle BMX, Trail rider sponsored by Inspired Bicycles Ltd. This video was released in April of this year. All I have to say is its sick!

random thought


Excerpt from issue two of Paper Monument

Morning Dose of Awesome

via, theDw

Say Hello to Monday with adriana lima


Adriana Lima in black and white can guide you through the morning fog

Picture of the Day & the Weekly Round-Up


Dave Schubert

This Week…

We drooled over Matte Black Cars

This dudes T-Shirt won all types of awards with us

We looked at the Spike Jonze x Kanye West short film in 45 Frames

We made a slideshow of Kurt Cobain and his kitten


Lonneke Engel is super hot in shades

Giant Robot Biennale 2: 15 years at Japanese American National Museum


This Saturday in Los Angeles.  see pics of the install here

artorialust: 27th Street Edition

We made our way briefly along 27th street last night, indulging in Art, beer, & mini-burgers.  There were a few distractions along the way

Sound Advice 23: We Love You So


We are pleased to present our 23rd installment of Sound Advice featuring We Love You So.  We Love You So is Spike Jonze, Dallas Clayton, Graham Kolbeins, Molly Young, and Matt Rubin.

Sound Advice 23

01. Lust For Life by Girls
02. Wake Up (WTWTA trailer version) by Arcade Fire
03. I Want a Dog by Pet Shop Boys
04. Hey There Stranger by Pamela Blue
05. The Wimp by Capybara
06. Animal Crackers (in Cellophane Boxes) by Gene Pitney
07. Yekermo Sew by Mulatu Astatke
08. Water To Wine by Saintseneca
09. Tong Poo by Yellow Magic Orchestra
10. Rumpus by Karen O and The Kids
11. Overnight Religion by Kurt Vile
12. Green Bean (Binki Shapiro) by Green Bean
13. No Time, No Hope by Times New Viking
14. Ode to an African Violet by Mort Garson
15. Como Pudiste Hacerme Esto A Mi by Alaska y Dinarama
16. Overmuch by The Long Lost
17. Turkey Sandwich by Mika Miko
18. Poet, Fool or Bum by Lee Hazlewood
19. Hultsfred ’98 by Jens Lekman
20. Seigneur Apprends Moi by Hermas Zopoula


Up All Night

Big Audio Dynamite II, Rush, 1991

Talk at me with Anita & Neil


In this feature, two of our favorite people, Neil Anblomi and Anita Goodman, ask each other important questions.

This week, Neil asks Anita:

Neil:There is this chick who works at a local cafe by my office. One day whilst talking to her she told me that guys with tattoos are her biggest turn on.  I have kept my body  ink free, just in case I want to get buried in a Jewish cemetery (you never know) but now I’m considering getting one to pique her interest.  I’m thinking some type of tribal arm band, or maybe a Japanese character on my fore arm.  I’m so excited just writing about it!  Any advice?

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Reminisce Over This

Young MC, Bust A Move, 1989

Richard Colman’s got a Snowboard


Truth be told, The Enablist has never been on a ski mountain in his life.  If I ever was to go on one, I would probably ride a snowboard down the hill and this would be the snowboard I would ride.  Monument x Richard Colman.  Boo ya.  I also like the fact that Monument has DC’s flag as its web icon, Chocolate City.

TeePee time with Steven Harrington


We’re totally feeling these limited edition teepees by Steven Harrington

  • 4 color screenprint on 200lb stock
  • 1 color printed inside, diecut & scored
  • Includes 6 sticks with twine
  • Edition of 100
  • Assembly required
  • Signed floor mat by the artist *

Available at Arkitip

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Say What? No Flu Shots, thanks

The whole backwards and running thing is what trips me out.

This Saw is apparently Amazing


The Jointmaker Pro R2

We’re not too hip on hardware, so we asked our resident expert to explain.

“First, it requires no power at all.  Second the cuts are as accurate as you can get, and the kerf is less than 2mm.. You can’t cut off your fingers, and it makes virtually no noise.  You could literally build an entire dining set in your apartment without anyone ever hearing you, with minimal sawdust to boot.  ZAP”

From the Plate of Roger Gastman


Green Goblin?

Eat the Green one! Eat it!
I wouldn’t know what time of year it was if I didn’t go into a bakery every once in awhile to see how the cookies are decorated.

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Lunchtime Laughter

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