6 Jun
Taking you back to the California warehouse sound of the 90s

If you raved in California in the 90s, you danced to the Hardkiss Brothers. Although they blew up in San Francisco, the Hardkiss clan — comprised of Gavin, Scott and Robbie — defined the hippier edge of the California House sound for over a decade. Now their mounting a comeback, galvanized by the release of their […]


4 Jun
Wear a face above your face, if you can find one, that is...

Disclosure have been killing it pretty much all over the place lately. In case you haven’t noticed, they played the Brit Awards with Lorde, ran Coachella, rocked the Infiniti/Red Bull boat at the Monaco GP last weekend and pretty much rule the house universe with an iron fist. The young UK brothers’ sound is definitely house, […]


3 Jun
Wiley, Slum Village, Broken Bells, Dog Blood, Kove & more

We just shared Zeds Dead Somewhere Else mini-mix last week, but it looks like the Toronto duo is keeping busy. They hit up the BBC’s popular Diplo & Friends showcase this Saturday night to drop a one-hour set of off-kilter beats. From bouncy bingo 2-step to house to plenty of lower frequency bass tracks, Zeds Dead mix […]


30 May
A scent that includes everyone... every gender & brand

Pharrell Williams doesn’t just sing about girls anymore, apparently he collaborates in smells about them too. But don’t let the title fool you, “Girl” is a unisex scent. It’s also a majorly multi-tiered marketing collaboration with bottle and packaging design by House + Holme, logo from Kaws and the scent itself created between Williams and the art director at COMMES […]


12 May
A series of cycling caps celebrating 2014 California Cycling Tour

House Industries, a design team whose typography has made its mark upon a range of products, is celebrating the Amgen Tour of California cycling event taking place May 11-18th. Made in collaboration with Rapha, there will be eight hats total, with one cap representing each leg of the tour. Featuring graphic patterns and alphanumeric elements from House’s forthcoming Vélo […]


29 Apr
Posters of Marvel's very best heroes & villains in Austin, TX

Artist Mike Mitchell, known for the portrait-like quality he gives to the subjects of his work, has applied this dignified aesthetic to 60 heroes and villains of Marvel Comics. The result is to have transformed the Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas into something more along the lines of a Marvel Universe Pantheon — representing everyone from icons like the […]


16 Apr
Sneak peak at Marvel Comic's next LEGO blockbuster

What’s that? A Marvel comic going blockbuster movie you say? Impossible! Well, if Guardians of the Galaxy is a ship you wanna jump on, LEGO is already on board. In honor of the upcoming release this August (watch the trailer here), LEGO has created some do-it-yourself spoiler-alert action scenes. These buildable previews include “Starblaster Showdown,” a 196-piece set […]


21 Mar
Almost as good as a beach packed with bikinis & pina coladas

If by chance you were unlucky enough to be the 99.99999999% of the world that missed Art Department’s set at this New Year’s BPM Festival in sun-drenched Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, we’ve got good news. No, it’s not a time machine that will take you back to a turquoise beach peppered with bikinis and pina […]