17 Nov
Wrap your mind around wrapping a skull around your wrist

As the legendary designer has been known to do in the past, Alexander McQueen is again bringing it with his signature skull motif. This time, it is a simple single-braided skull bracelet. Basic, with the expected touch of the gothic, the brass-cast skull is set a braided strap of 100$ Italian leather. Available for $290 in either brown […]


11 Sep
Built by the masters of loud rock 'n roll sound

In the past, we’ve mostly recognized Marshall for their headphones. But obviously they’ve been mastering rock ‘n roll sound for over 50 years. They’re really just about amazing, high-fidelity, punch-you-in-the-gut sound in general. The latest boom-worthy piece of hardware to join their inventory is the Woburn — a home speaker which provides classically designed, analog knobs to […]


5 Aug
Combining elements of traditional Chinese painting with pop art

Jackie Tsai is a Shanghai-born and London-living mixed media artist who seems to have added flowers and bones, or at least their likeness, to the artist’s arsenal. Most known for his flower skull art done for the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen — whose many fashion bits you’ve seen around these parts before — Jackie Tsai’s detailed work combines […]


24 Apr
"Those who believe in telekinetics, raise my hand."

Kurt Vonnegut, prominent author and one of the greatest American minds in our short history, changed the course of twentieth-century fiction. Beyond the brilliance of books like Cat’s Cradle, Slaughterhouse Five, Sirens of Titan, Welcome To the Monkey House and more,Vonnegut is also known for the many whimsical doodles he flourished his books with. (On […]


21 May
Fade to Mind label boss teases tracks from upcoming EP

Bicoastal Los Angeles/New York producer/DJ and Fade to Mind label boss Kingdom drops this Vertical XL mix for LOGO in anticipation for his forthcoming Vertical XL EP. The EP is the Night Slugs regular’s 5th — “a personal body of work” made during his first years living in Los Angeles, molded with elements of grime, jungle […]


26 Oct
Taschen reprints their best-selling book of all time — about arguably the greatest mind of all time

The great Leonardo da Vinci has inestimable traces of his influence within endless realms of artistic and scientific institutions. The Italian archetype of the Renaissance man was not only a painter but a sculptor, architect, engineer, scientist, inventor, musician, botanist, geologist, cartographer, anatomist and writer. He could easily be God. Thus, it’s no surprise that […]


4 Jan
The French director Swedes Martin Scorcese's landmark film

Remember in Michel Gondry‘s 2008 film Be Kind, Rewind when Mos Def and Jack Black filmed super low budget versions of famous movies? Oh, you didn’t see it? Well fret not young cinephile, you didn’t miss much — it pretty much sucked. Despite dropping the ball on that film, director Gondry — best known for Eternal […]


26 Oct
Some Gigamesh, Justice, Yuksek, Holy Ghost & more

It’s hard justifying not posting everything The Magician puts out when his mixtapes are so damn irresistible. Sure we posted  Magic Tape Five, then Magic Tape Twelve, and of course the BEAN mixtape, but yesterday The Magician put out his Magic Tape Sixteen and I see no reason to not share it with the people. […]