What’s better than hot models making fun of people with addictions. Italian Vogue pulls out all the stops,”Super Mods Enter Rehap”, photographed by Steven Meisel, documents a few recognizable ‘spreads’ straight from the tabloids. It paints a perfect portrait on what celebrity rehab must be like. Here are more than a few highlights from the shoot after the jump. Enjoy.
Not only is Kaws talented with traditional mediums, he is also very apt at making plates of food into something special. As a reader of his blog, I have always been drawn towards his Art of Grub. Now you can be too.
Kate Moss tempting you to sin.
Choking Man is premiering this Friday Nov. 9th at Cinema Village Poull has 20 complimentary tickets available to the screening and after party at Kion (complimentary Newcastle, Kronenbourg and vodka from 10-11:30pm).
The film, which encapsulates the contemporary immigrant experience in America, got kudos from Steven Soderbergh and won an IFP Gotham Award (www.chokingman.com
Brands of the world, is by far the best utility for designers. The web site is intended for browsing and exchange of the World”s famous brands and logos. The primary use of site is to enable designers to access vector forms of the well-known logos that they can use in their presentations, given the permission of the copyright owner. The web site also enables designers to upload their own logo design works and professional details. So if your mocking something up for a client and you do not have the logo ……. now you do.
The shockwaves of the meteor(www) that hit the music industry and is/has killed off the dinosaurs has spread further toward the printed publications. Rolling Stone Magazine is now completely free. Print media publications are doing all they can in order to stay afloat. Rolling Stone announced readers will now have full access to digital copies of the magazine online, for free. “As you may have noticed, the enormous third installment of our fortieth anniversary issues is now on newsstands,” Rolling Stone said. “But you
Threadless.com was first a design house then a online t-shirt retailer. Next under 30 millionaires. Now…a brick and mortar store and gallery. November 9th marks the opening of Chuck Anderson (aka Nopattern). For his first solo show in Chicago, Chuck is showing both a collection of brand new original work, as well as a sampling of past commercial works. Chuck will be on hand for the opening celebration, and an exclusive reprint (in new colors) of his Select shirt will be available during the length of the show.
Check out Rolling Stone for a little gallery of Pearl Jam posters, from the 90′s. Do you still have yours?
According to AM New York Yellow Rat Bastard will be the ground zero for TopShop’s flagship store. First Canal Jeans, and now the yellow Rat. Although its not confirmed but it looks like the writing is on the wall. Read More here
The bar where I spent some great moments of my early 20′s (behind the bar and in front) is no mas. Here is the tale.
An Early D.C. Stage For Musical Greats Has Quiet Last Call
By Paul Schwartzman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, November 7, 2007; B01
Before they became limousine famous, Emmylou Harris and Bruce
Springsteen played in a litany of run-down, no-name joints, where small,
unsuspecting audiences got that rare chance to see, hear and touch
Sara Shahi, as photographed by Terry Richardson for GQ
“You may know the original title of Metallica’s Kill ‘Em All, but are you sure you can name the final retail cost of Tom Petty’s 1981 album Hard Promises? Challenge yourself to four decades of the trickiest, weirdest and most off-the-wall trivia questions ever in our fifty-eight question quiz, and tabulate your own rock & roll IQ.”-Rolling Stones Impossible rock quiz, give it a try.
The other night we had the pleasure of visiting the studio of Queens-based artist Brandon Friend. After the jump, the visual evidence.
Photographer Albert Allard, for National Geographic Magazine, November 2007. Killing Fields Story.
For those who have not seen Downtown 81, you should. Even if it only be to see how much New York has changed in 20 + years. Re-releasing today is the soundtrack to the film, featuring some obscure groups from the downtown ny scene of the early 80′s. Most notably the band Gray, which consisted of Jean-Michel Basquiat and indie film star Vincent Gallo. Style.com’s blog has a nice interview with the man behind the film, Glenn O’Brien.
Just days after completing a six week rehab program and hours after claiming he was drug free at the MTV Europe Music Awards, rocker Pete Doherty was filmed injecting “heroine” into his arm. A source close to Pete told The Sun (UK): And to prove authenticity the picture on the Sun’s page features the same shirt from the video as he returns to Heathrow from the awards show. What a rockstar!