Coral City is a fascinating documentary directed by John McSwain about the Miami-based scientific art collective Coral Morphologic, who create living artworks out of the tiny polyps.
Physical skill-based gambling is coming to Atlantic City, which means shooting free throws for money can now be a legitimate career outside the NBA.
A look at what’s popping this weekend in New York and Los Angeles.
Chicago’s MC Tree and Chris Crack come together for a nice EP that dropped way back in late December during the holidays.
Meet the new Maxim magazine, a fashion-forward departure from the fun, everyday-guy publication founded in the UK in 1995 by the late Felix Denis. Now under the helm of Kate Lanphear, the magazine—after one quick flip through—looks to be a resurrected hybrid of some stellar magazines that ran out of ink. Think Gear, Arena, and Men’s Vogue. With content ranging from a make-up-less pictorial with Candice Swanepoel, to Mike Tyson talking about boxers in Russia and the former Soviet Union, Maxim plays it safe. There’s no shock contained in its pages, except for maybe the confusion of the monthly subscribers who have seen their beloved periodical do a complete 180º.
De La Soul’s 3 Feet High And Rising Crew Neck Sweatshirt
The DO IT NOW / FUCK IT Note pad by Terrapin Stationers
The best of times and the best of times.
No, it’s not a Brothers who Lyrically Act and Combine Kickin Music Out On Nations all-star group, it’s a rare new moon that will be in the sky tonight (2/18) and not returning again until until Oct. 30th 2016.
The 8th and final chapter of The Wes Anderson Collection by Matt Zoller Seitz
A new 12 color screenprint by Victor Reyes to add some fire to your walls.
Lou Reed, no competition.
Fans of Joy Division are trying to raise a lot of £’s to purchase Ian Curtis’s final home and turn it into a museum where visitors will have “the experience to walk the same floorboards as the man himself.”
Sample-Stitch is a project by Matt Daniels that challenges you to reconstruct the samples that were used by some legendary producers to create notable beats.
The “Beast” is a 12-inch tall pancake tower that goes from breakfast to brunch real quick. Showcasing palatable sweet ingredients on the top 5 layers, the belly of this beast is a “main course” section featuring “a salami layer, then spinach, tomato and cheese, followed by marinated chicken mayo with black pepper.” And if you somehow make it that close to plate-level, the final two layers “are topped with Cajun chicken and BBQ sauce, followed by Italian tomato sauce and cheese.”