Rob Whitworth‘s time-lapse photographic work is like a compressed tour, seen through the eyes of a dimension traveling sorcerer. Or as NPR put it: “What Cezanne did for apples, Rob Whitworth does for city traffic.” With an artful eye and all-reaching camera, hours and hours of vivid city scape are compressed into just minutes. Whitworth’s [...]


We’re cleary big fans of TrustoCorp, following their antics from their Sarah Palin Sex Tape Nightmare! fake magazines to their Zombie Kim Kardashian Eats Herself! tabloids to their best known work making fake street signs. Now the subversive collective has teamed up with fellow rabblerouser and social critic Shepard Fairey for another collection of pseudo consumer products [...]


14 Feb
Experience the world through telephoto, fisheye & wide angles

California based iZZi Gadgets makes technology chic with their accessories for Apple. Proudly introducing the iZZi Orbit for the iPhone 4/4S and iPhone 5, their latest gadget uses Peripheral Motion Lock Technology in conjunction with three interchangeable lens options — telephoto, fisheye, and wide angle — allowing you to see your world as through your [...]


23 Jul
Ramin Bahrani's slow motion Valtari Mystery Film Experiment

What makes slow-motion video so interesting is how it allows viewers to see finer, more intricate details of every image and frame. American director and screenwriter Ramin Bahrani understands this completely, and has given these slow motion images the perfect soundtrack, Sigur Rós’ “Ég anda”, a song that sounds like it itself is in slow [...]


6 Feb
Italian dirt bike now in road-legal scrambler & café racer form

The  limited production Zaeta 530 DT may be currently confined to the dirt track, but the Italian company revealed plans to soon make the 530 DT available in road-legal scrambler and café racer variations. The latest design features an aluminum frame (close to seven pounds lighter than the previous tube design), an improved rear suspension [...]


27 Dec
From the 101 hp FIAT 500 to the 1,104 hp Zenvo ST1, from one-off customs to supercar treasures, the year's best stories on wheels

We bring you the fifth & final edition of our Best Of 2011 retrospective series (after ART, BOOKS, STYLE & MUSIC) — the LIAS Year In Motion. Clearly one of our favorite topics here at Lost In a Supermarket, this Top 10 list covers all our world of transportation and things that go vroooom! Again, [...]


15 Dec
Bass, garage, breakbeat & more for simmering hometown set

Upcoming Bristol producer Eats Everything had his latest mix recorded live from his hometown All Gone Pete Tong @ Bristol In:Motion set. In his first official Essential Mix, Eats Everything stays true to his name and simmers everything bass, garage, house and even breakbeat into this bouillabaisse mix, jumping around from shuffling beat to wobbly [...]


8 Dec
Lost In a Supermarket breaks down our best ART of 2011

It’s about that time that we begin looking back at the year that was at LOST IN A SUPERMARKET. A whole year means a lot of amazingly awesome and amazingly bad crap we’ve found floating around this Great Existential Supermarket we all live in, so it’s time to get things going. We’re gonna kick off [...]

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