28 Oct
Helmet schematics, Moroder interview, photobook, music & more

The French robots who brought you the most ubiquitous song of the summer, “Get Lucky”, have decided to bestow their legion of fans with even more music from their Random Access Memories album. The Random Access Memories Deluxe Box Set not only features the album on two heavyweight 180 gram vinyl discs, but have packaged […]


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 […]


13 Oct
Series of cloth-bound monographs for the archi-nerd in all of us

For anyone who enjoys both the sight of a well-designed building and the written word as much as I do, pay close attention. Moleskine, the Italian brand best known for their notebooks, planners, and journals, is launching a series of cloth-bound monographs, entitled Inspiration and Process in Architecture. The collection looks into the design process […]


16 Aug
Goran Hugo Olsson's award-winning documentary opens Sept 9th

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 gleans rolls of forgotten 16mm film found languishing in the basement of a Swedish TV station for 30 years, and makes a modern documentary from it of a pivotal time in American history. Documenting the explosive Black Power movement of the late 60s/early 70s, the film takes archival never-before-seen footage […]


10 May
Roanoke, Virginia's finest hazy musical musings

The Eternal Summers are a duo of hazy-minded musicians emerging from the forests of Roanoke, Virginia, eager to share their dream punk to whoever can bring their music to the world at hand. Comprised of singer/guitarist Yun and drummer Daniel Cundiff, the inverted White Stripes duo are both members of the Magic Twig Community, “a […]


22 Feb
A BBC radio documentary of the lost American literary talent

As the world prepares for the posthumous publication of David Foster Wallace’s unfinished novel The Pale King, BBC reporter and professor Geoff Ward visits Wallaces birthplace in rural Illnois and interviews a coterie of his closest friends (agent Bonnie Nadell), family (sister Amy Wallace), contemporaries (Rick Moody and former roommate Mark Costello) and professional colleagues […]


27 Aug
Our very enlightening Q&A with Unicorn creator C.W. Moss

Do you want to see a Unicorn clubbing baby seals? How about trying to peek at a breastfeeding woman’s nipples? Or destroying a sandcastle? Or judging his daughter’s black boyfriend? If sights like this tickle your humor, then you’ll surely enjoy C.W. Moss’ Unicorn Being a Jerk illustrations. The absolutely hilarious cartoon series follows the exploits […]