5 Nov
HBO examines the history of the British rock & roll icons

HBO is releasing a documentary on The Rolling Stones on November 15th, a film that promises to shed new light on one of the most notorious rock and roll bands of all time. Directed by Brett Morgen, who previously crafted the Robert Evans documentary The Kid Stays In the Picture, the feature length Crossfire Hurricane provides […]


If you’re creating a website, developing an app, or looking to better develop and market your brand, the German-based brand management company Mutabor will be saving you a lot of time, creative effort and money with their new flexicover book Lingua Digitalis. Released by Gestalten, the book explores how to develop effective, memorable logos and […]


19 Apr
Bones Brigade, Christian Hosoi & other proto-skateboard icons

Tired of Tokidoki? Not into engineering grad school chic? California-based Element Case honors the local skate heritage with a new collaborative series of iPhone 4/4S protective cases aptly titled the Skate Legends Series. Powell Peralta, G&S and others have teamed up with Element Case to design custom screen printed backplates for the iPhone 4/4S featuring […]


26 Jan
Stephen Ives' bizarre toy re-creations

Bizarre blends and mash-ups created out of Stephen Ives’ mind, Strange Toy Remixes are fantastical, creative and some border on grotesque. From the reinvention of the face Mr. Potato Head into Saddam Hussein to the epic comic rewriting of the story of Pooh Bear to Ives’ own line of Lego prostitutes, Ives’ inversion of cultural […]


9 Jan
Everyone's favorite Disney rodent as a “stained-glass” vinyl toy

Artist David Flores takes his signature “stained-glass” painting techniques and applies it to Disney’s favorite mouse, Mickey. Flores created a visually striking 10” statue of Mickey but with the minor change of replacing Mickey’s head with that of totenkopf symbol. The totenkopf is a German symbol of death, and makes the usually jolly Mickey Mouse […]


12 Dec
From Japanese art to the appreciation of well shaped derrières

The second installment of our Best Of 2011 retrospective series focuses on the Top 10 Books of 2011, including photo-heavy coffee table books, research tomes and literature. From the history of menswear staples to Japanese art to modernist architecture to the appreciation of the well shaped derrière, there were a multitude of books published covering […]


Renowned photographer Michel Comte’s brings his world famous images to the Leica Gallery in Prague for the limited run Not Only Women exhibit. With a career spanning 3 decades, the Swiss-born Comte has had the luck of shooting many of the most beautiful women on Earth, building a gallery of actresses, filmmakers, political personalities, supermodels […]

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