Art

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

Nike Presents “Genealogy of Innovation” Commercial


A new commercial from Nike sees the sportswear and lifestyle brand track its footwear history over the last 43 years. Entitled “Genealogy of Innovation”, the spot looks at seven key game-changing eras – Genesis, Reformation, Golden Years, Enlightenment, Renaissance, Transformation, and Revolution – showcasing the most important shoes from each. The advert was directed and produced by Shoreditch-based studio Golden Wolf.

Sunday, August 17th, 2014

EGOTRIPS + Bjoern Von Schulz | Sneaker Sundays


A few months ago Egotrips and artist Bjoern Von Schulz was distrubed called the “Need More” series which featured their favorite kicks. Since then they started a new project called “Sneaker Sunday” where bjoern draws one of his favorite sneakers every single Sunday and is put online for sale. The hand drawn fine art prints are limited with 100+3 and signed by the artist.

Saturday, August 16th, 2014

The Monocle Guide to Good Business


The Monocle Guide to Good Business is a book for would-be business leaders, start-ups and established companies that feel it’s time for some new ideas. It’s a book to be used—write in the margins and turn over the corners of the pages.

Friday, August 15th, 2014

The Cast of The Expendables 3 in Vanity Fair


Yes, they’re all really in one place—Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Harrison Ford, and more action-movie icons join forces for The Expendables 3, and for this shoot with photographer Jonathan Becker.

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

Cailin – Page 33


Issue 43 of Monster Children is co-edited by Beastie Boys’ Mike D and features a host of topics such as music, skate, surf, film and art. To promote the content in the upcoming issue the magazine has decided to create a short film following a young topless girl flailing around in the grass with her hair in pigtails.

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

“Enter Pyongyang” – A Stunning ‘View’ of North Korea


“Enter Pyongyang” is another stunning collaboration between city-­branding pioneer JT Singh and flow-motion videographer Rob Whitworth. Blending time-lapse photography, acceleration and slow motion, HD and digital animation, they have produced a cutting‐edge panorama of a city hardly known, but one emerging on the visitor’s landscape as North Korea’s opening unfolds.

Sunday, August 10th, 2014

IXION Windowless Jet Concept


The IXION windowless jet which makes its interior transparent using display panels that cover most of the cabin. The concept airplane interior created by Technicon Design—uses external cameras to capture a 360-degree panoramic view of the exterior, which is adjusted for perspective and displayed on the cabin’s walls.

Saturday, August 9th, 2014

The Streets: New York City by Tim Sessler


Tim Sessler explores Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens in his short film, showing some stuff he saw on a random day throughout the tri-state. The shots of the Brooklyn Bridge are incredible. Plus he captures the fire hydrants going off in summer, a water gun fight and different people he caught walking out in the street.

Thursday, August 7th, 2014

Paolo Nutini – Iron Sky | Music Video / Short Film


It’s not jolly, but it’s pretty darn good. Daniel Wolfe’s short film for Paolo Nutini’s Iron Sky starts with what looks like grainy documentary footage accompanied by a low ringing sound. Don’t worry, you probably haven’t just developed tinnitus; I think he’s making a point about the unnerving, grating, inescapable difficulties faced by modern society. If this sounds poncey, listen to the lyrics – “in this harsh reality, mass confusion” – and watch the montage; a man beating an octopus against a concrete floor, an Orthodox priest breathing deeply, a young girl smoking, a man swinging incense, a power station, a man writhing in pain covering his ears. And drugs, lots of people taking drugs.

Thursday, August 7th, 2014

WTF Happened To Movie Posters?


You know those old-school movie posters that are worth framing and hanging in your place? Those don’t exist anymore, and it’s a shame that films, a lot of which are so carefully and tastefully done, pump out movie posters that are incredibly unimpressive 95% of the time. Here’s a very well-done, interesting, and easy to digest video that dives into the problems with movie posters today.