22 Jun
Taschen's 300 page tome to one of the world's top photographers

Peruvian-born Mario Testino is one of the most highly regarded lensmen on the planet, having photographed nearly every A-list celebrity worth their teeth-whitener (Gwyneth Paltrow, Lady Gaga, Julia Roberts, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Claudia Schiffer, Madonna, Rolling Stones, Giselle Bundchen and let’s not forget his Kate Moss by Mario Testino book) for the most prestigious magazines on […]


22 Jun
High-tops honoring the Dragon Boat Festival by Zhijun Wang

Beijing designer Zhijun Wang has taken his pyrography detailing method to a New Balance sneaker, the New Balance HS77. You may recall his Nike Air Force 1 Low, similar in it’s detailed design, yet the HS77’s silhouette is a majority blue colorway — representative of the “Blue Dragon” hue in the Dragon Boat’s hull. A […]


11 May
UK boutique builder aims to be first "Super-SUV" on the market

London boutique luxury automaker Eterniti Motors unveiled its first car at Beijing’s Auto China 2012 international motor show, and its quite the beast. Joining the likes of the Maserati Kubang and Lamborghini Urus Concept which we’ve previously covered, Eterniti claims the Artemis will be the “world’s first Super-SUV”, beating both competitors (and others, like Bentley) […]


20 Apr
The Raging Bull finally expands its heavyweight line-up

Another day another concept leak from the upcoming Beijing Motor Show, this time it’s the Urus Concept SUV from Lamborghini. It’s long been rumored that Lambo was flirting with the idea of producing an SUV, as owners VW Group have been itching to expand the appeal of the wildly popular high performance Italian brand. The big […]


18 Apr
Possibly the world's first production sport compact SUV?

Cars making their woldwide debut at the Beijing Motor Show next week are beginning to make their leaky appearances on the web, among the first of which is Audi who has unveiled another possible iteration of its Q3 compact SUV. This time the Q3 boldly boasts the Four Ring’s vaunted “RS” badges, which means this […]


6 Jan
"Made in China" soldier portrait by Joe Black

Artist Joe Black’s “Made in China”, an amazingly intricate and creative work of art, should be considered a metaphorical piece. With thousands of toy soldiers making up photographer Robert Capra’s 1938 LIFE magazine portrait of a Chinese solider, it conveys visually how each individual soldier is part of a collective that contributes to the military […]


16 Dec
Zuriick Shoes sponsors our best FASHION stories of 2011

Zuriick is proud to present LIAS Year In Style, the third installment of our Best Of 2011 retrospective series (after ART and BOOKS). We obviously cover a lot of fashion here at Lost In a Supermarket, so extracting only 10 brands, items, stories and exclusive interviews was a tough job. Arguments were had. Sartorial accusations […]


7 Nov
A look behind the the controversial Chinese artist

Alison Klayman, a documentarian whose stories have been featured on Current TV, AP Television and CBC, is the woman behind the newest documentary on Ai Weiwei — the famed Chinese contemporary artist and human rights activist (and man behind the impressive Forever Bicycles exhibit). In the film Never Sorry, viewers get a look at the […]