17 Apr
DSLR quality sensor in point-n-shoot convenience

Although Canon and Nikon seem to rule the prosumer photography universe with an iron digital fist, don’t tell that to Pentax-Ricoh. The Japanese manufacturer has now updated their top of the line point-n-shoot to do battle with the previously mentioned giants. Their new Rico GR compact camera features a superb 16.2MP APS-C sensor, making it […]


23 Oct
The very best of Grantland published by McSweeney’s

One of our favorite daily reading websites is without a doubt Grantland. Founded and helmed by Bill Simmons — author of Now I Can Die In Peace, The Book Of Basketball and a sports writer without equal — Grantland serves as the nexus of where sports collides with pop culture, and explodes in a fireworks […]


20 Jun
Dutch artist Pieter Janssen's playful warm weather tees

Tangled up in boobs sounds like it could be a Bob Dylan song. It’s not though. It’s the new summer t-shirt series from Parra (AKA Dutch artist Pieter Janssen) called “Holiday Drama”. This t-shirt art kind of reminds me of The Point. It would be a fun summertime activity to wear this t-shirt, drink spiked […]


9 Jan
Canon's market leading point & shoot gets updated

Canon updates what many professionals feel is the best point & shoot camera on the market, the G12. Its brand new PowerShot G1 X plucks the 1.5-inch, 14.3-megapixel CMOS sensor from its DSLR line of cameras, which is 6.3 times larger than the G12 predecessor. The G1 X also combines EOS sensor technology with a DIGIC […]


23 Dec
Limited edition run of only 120 pairs of premium Horween leather

Ronnie Fieg is one of the most prolific footwear designers this year, and with the introduction of the Kings Point Boot he’s added yet another sleekly designed pair to the Ronnie Fieg by Sebago collection. Available in only black and brown, the 8″ boots use a moc-toe silhouette and feature Horween leather uppers, Vibram mini […]


5 Dec
The Tipping Point, Blink & Outliers in one collected box set

Famed Canadian author, journalist and thinker Malcolm Gladwell’s bestselling books, The Tipping Point, Blink, and Outliers, are now available in a collection simply titled “Malcolm Gladwell: Collected.” Each book deals with intriguing topics in sociology and psychology, and seem to be required reading for any self respecting cocktail hour philosopher. The most recent book, Outliers […]


4 Nov
Hazy aural melancholia to take the late ride home with

Hailing New Genre Alert: for those unfamiliar with the term “Night Bus”, in regards to music, it is meant to qualify that which would make the perfect soundtrack to watch the world flash by your eyes whilst taking the Night Bus. Hazy moog synths, vocals washed out heavily in reverb, general dope melancholia. Montreal producer […]


20 Nov
Madman Mundt and The Elf discuss all things Aronofsky

Madman Mundt and the Elf were guests at last week’s AFI Fest and attended the Los Angeles premier of Black Swan. This is their collaborative review. Black Swan is out in the US on December 1st. The Elf: I’m a sucker for a dance movie. Ballet specifically. Whether it’s Fame, Flashdance, Center Stage (starring a […]