18 Aug
Hear the rinsed sounds of de Homem-Christo & Bangalter

In some ways, Daft Punk’s Human After All remix isn’t exactly anything new, seeing as it came out back in 2006. But it was a Japan exclusive, so American ears never got to be tingled by the rinsed sounds of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter. Finally, here is the worldwide release which means it’s […]


16 May
Because dead men tell no ales, but they love whiskey

Since opening their doors as a brew pub in 1988, Rogue has grown with the craft-beer revolution out of Oregon. It has since become one of the top ales to put hair on a man’s face, the Platinum medal-winning Dead Guy Ale. Dedicated to crafting fine booze, it makes sense that spirits be added to the pallet. […]


17 Jun
Hour long LP, 6-date American tour & new Pacha, Ibiza night

Supplement Facts label head Guy Gerber is a very busy man lately. Not only has he beginning his new weekly residence ‘Wisdom Of The Glove’ at the infamous Pacha in Ibiza, but the Spanish/Israeli producer/DJ has also found time to record an entire album while touring through nine countries in South America, Europe and Asia. […]


26 Mar
De Homem-Christo & Bangalter in plastic form... again

Another year, another new set of figures to worship the duo known worldwide as Daft Punk. We’ve seen Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter become manifested in plastic form as Giant Bearbrick Figures and as LEGO-like MEDICOM Toys, as well as ridiculously rad and highly detailed Medicom Action Figures. Now Tamashii Nations gets their shot. As […]


30 Jan
Aerospace grade titanium with blades, saws, comb & bottle opener

A ring is a gingerly applied accessory. Too many and you look like a TGIF-sponsored Guy Fieri clone, but used just right the proper ring can go a long way. Unless you rock knuckledusters, however, there are very few rings that will grant you the functionality of The Man ring. Crafted from aerospace grade titanium, […]


31 Oct
Berlin artist executes sculpting on a new canvas

Eviscerating text and whitespace from antique books, Alexander Kortzer-Robinson creates entirely new narratives from only pre-existing charts, graphs, illustrations and other visual elements inside of each book. The result is a relatively 3-dimensional collage of relics that have lost their value over the passage of time. Much like Guy Laramee’s Landscapes Carved from Books, the tomes […]


26 Oct
Transform into Guy Fawkes with a couple folds of cotton

Need to hide your identity in a pinch? If you’re looking to exercise your right to assemble without wanting to get on the wrong side of an FBI database, you may want to get yourself one of these Anonymous “Occupy Wall Street” Bandanas. Bearing the visage of the infamous Guy Fawkes mask (made famous via […]


23 Oct
The very best of Grantland published by McSweeney’s

One of our favorite daily reading websites is without a doubt Grantland. Founded and helmed by Bill Simmons — author of Now I Can Die In Peace, The Book Of Basketball and a sports writer without equal — Grantland serves as the nexus of where sports collides with pop culture, and explodes in a fireworks […]