thx-1138 in style


I am not sure how comfortable it is but, if it looks this good, does it matter? Designed by Lucas Saule.

BTW there is also a matching chair.

consume on the go


Gilt Group’s iPhone app is pretty solid. Push notifications offer an extremely convenient way to drain your bank account.

From the Plate of Roger Gastman


Pollo Lives

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Lunchtime Laughter

A look at Stages in NYC

On view at the Park Avenue Armory is Stages, that great exhibition in support of Lance Armstrong’s LiveStrong.  The bikes that are being previewed will go up for auction at Sotheby’s November 1st, the art that is on display is on sale through Deitch Projects.  If you’re in NYC, you should definitely check it out through October 22nd.

LED for me


Frog Design created this environmentally friendly, LED-based lightbulb.

Read more about the bulb here.

The Critic: Mel Brooks’ First Film

Dov Charney wants to get in your bed


American Apparel, the staple hipster rock t-shirt go to has expanded into the bedroom. AA recently launched their first home line. The prices are affordable and if you like the feel of your t-shirts you’re probably going to like your sheets.


Marge Simpson in Playboy


Yes, that Marge Simpson. For their November issue, Playboy will have Marge Simpson gracing its collector’s edition cover.  Hopefully we’ll finally get to find out some important things about the cartoon character. Nickel, Quarter, Half-Dollar? Well…Probably not but, you get the idea.

friday’s vault

Bones Brigade reunited.

Picture of the Day


Casper Balslev



For all things totally f%*ked up on Etsy, Regretsy.  The sexual Teddy Bear is above, after the jump, the HIV clock.

via, Peggy Wang

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That’s what Friends are for

Love.  A dog saves its injured dog friend on a highway

Rich Jacobs’ Move 19 at Fifty24SF

Our friend Luke Martinez dropped by Rich Jacobs’ Move 19 the other night and brought back some pictures and words. Enjoy…
Rich Jacobs opened his curated show Move #19 at Upper Playground last Thursday night, showcasing an unusual assortment of artists who are tied together through Jacob’s personal admiration for each. Listening to him talk of his longtime friendships with artists such as Jordin Isip and Melinda Beck, his childhood fascination with 80’s skate photographers Pete Diantoni and Mofo, and his drive to give his friends Andrew Scott (owner of Needles & Pens) and Brian Flynn (Founder of Super 7) some artistic attention of their own, help to bring the individual aritsts together in the show, and actually give a great insight into the curator himself. own work in the show is highlighted by a piece by his father, a drawing done from way back in the day. Its another glimpse into the curator himself, a man who is at a point in his life that he is more interested in showcasing his friends and loved ones, in bringing his own inspirations to light, than about highlighting
himself. It’s admirable, and its a bad ass show. Check it out and you’ll walk away knowing a bit more about Rich Jacobs, and about those artists that have influenced him, and continue to influence him.

up all night

Fishbone, Party at Ground Zero

Puff!, the Best iPhone App ever


Leave it to the Japanese to be one step ahead.  I did not know this but, the iPhone is sensitive to blasts of air (through the mic) as well as touch, which brings us to this app called Puff! One blow on your iPhone and a burst of wind lifts the cute Japanese girls skirt, creating endless upskirts for your entertainment.  Easy, seamless, wonderful.  See the videos after the jump.

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Reminisce Over This

Fat Joe, Watch The Sound (feat. Grand Puba & Diamond D), 1993

Jason Douglas Griffin’s Getting to Know Someone : 80’s Babies at Leo Kesting


Our homie Jason Douglas Griffin opens a new show tonight, 7 – 10pm at Leo Kesting in the Meatpacking District.  Be there, we will.

“The raging 80’s- a time of sex, white lines and financial excess, gave way to a generation of twentysomethings worlds away from their baby boomer parents. With a title seemingly cribbed from a John Hughes’ film, “Getting to Know Someone: 80’s Babies” explores the intersection of self and city in a generation freshly bereft of their cultural icons.

80’s Babies continues Jason’s dialog with the 1980’s generation. “These works are elaborate profiles of the subject and the city in which they live,” states gallerist David Kesting, “With the incorporation of found materials, Griffin’s paintings capture the relationship between the city, the viewer and his subjects.”
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it’s a ny thing

20-plus years of subway ads that are still a little odd when you stare at them long enough – brought to life in a trippy, yet quite direct, tv ad…

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