What you need to look forward to is Creative Review‘s October/November issue. Featuring six collectible covers, plus when you flip the issue over their Photography Annual issue. This means an 90 extra pages. More content and more to collect, pick up one or all six.
You need to forget about all the vinyl, toxic poison plastic toys you have been collecting lately. Metal is the new vinyl, and FullyVisual makes it happen. It started as a side project and quickly evolved into a full-time gig.
Read all about it at Coolhunting.
Mobile entertainment startup mSpot is launching its Mobile Movies site, which will let users stream full-length movies on their mobile phones. Don’t worry non-iPhonies, movies will be available on 30 different smart phones, including: the iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile devices and via all four major U.S. carriers.
I think the best part of it is that the rentals range from 24hr-5day, perfect for the commute. They even offer memberships!
No, this post isn’t about cute, chubby downtown Asian girls, it’s about my other favorite thing…Dumplings. NY Mag keeps vying for a place in my internet heart with tasty slideshows of my favorite foods. Do you want an Enabletour of where I eat? Say no, please. But say yes to this slideshow and have a look here
Lickshot is Ben Watts’ photo scrapbook and travel diary, converted into hardcover. We were first turned onto Watts’ photography through his monograph, Big Up, that featured photographs overlayed with blasts of primary colors. With Lickshot, Watts lets the reader into his own world, complete with celebrity, exotic locations and pure grit. A definite addition to any library, and for your pleasure a sampling above and fresh promo video after the jump.
I have been diggin’ the work of Japanese photographer Yasumasa Yonehara ever since I saw his exhibition at the Reed space ages ago. It might have something to do with the subject matter (pretty Japanese girls) but, his juxtaposition of images really enhances it all. Apparently he has a blog up on Hypebeast, where you can see these images (above) and more. Also check out his own site CexWork.
You have to love it when creative people do really smart shit. For example, Sophie Blackall creates illustrations from Craigslist’s Missed Connections. Buy some of her works on etsy to support her further in creative endeavors.
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