16 Oct
Exploring the cultural impact of one of the best comic strips ever

We were pretty damned excited when the Calvin and Hobbes Stamp was announced, and even more when the Complete Calvin and Hobbes three book boxset came out. Which makes us a prime audience for this documentary. Titled Dear Mr. Watterson, the trailer takes a deep look into the cultural impact of what we think is […]


21 Dec
Peter Jackson's next foray into the world of J.R.R. Tolkien

My god can you stand it?! I’m in full nerd-out glory mode here, as The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has to be one of the more anticipated movies of the decade. This first trailer doesn’t show much of the action, but it sets the mood for what we can expect with Peter Jackson’s next foray […]


26 Oct
Melvins, Cat Power, Pavement, Sonic Youth, Feist & more

We’re starting a new series highlighting a genre of art that has long been held dear to my heart: rock posters. For the inaugural edition of Rock (Poster Art) Gods! we’re kicking things off with Dan Stiles, a 15+ year veteran laying it down from his studio in sunny Portland, Oregon. We loved Dan’s interview, […]


13 Dec
Johnny Depp throws on the tights for one more go around

The trailer for the new Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides film was released today. I’m not a huge fan of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, but the special effects make them worth seeing if only for the dazzling eye candy. Plus, Johnny Depp kinda rules as Captain Jack Sparrow and Penelope Cruz […]


15 Oct
Jessica Bloom shoots the NYCC for LIAS

We were happy to sponsor The Cultyard at this year’s New York Comic-Con this past weekend, as it represented a lot of what we love here at Lost In a Supermarket. Namely art of all types, comics, vinyl toys, world class artists and oh yes — plenty of nerds. Oh-so-many nerds, in oh-so-many packages. Hot […]


26 Aug
And delivers the Honda CB100-based Inari

It’s not always the World’s Most Powerful and Expensive or World’s Most Exclusive or World’s Most Beautiful bikes that tickle our fancy, sometimes it’s the total opposite — especially if the heart and soul of the bike is pure. Such is the case with the Deus Canggu bike shop in Bali — an intersection of […]


8 Feb
Behind the veil of the most famous ranch in film history

Have you ever wondered what George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch looks like? Have you heard stories about its fabled lands, and rumors that he owned a plot the size of Rhode Island just north of San Franciciso? Well play Phillip Bloom‘s visual still life of the property and see for yourself. Director of Photography/Cinematographer Bloom was […]