22 Apr
Gestalten's study of forerunning food revolutionaries

A Delicious Life: New Food Entrepreneurs published this month by Berlin based content developers and executive taste makers Gestalten introduces especially passionate forerunning food revolutionaries. Lead by a regimen of sunlight and Dada, A Delicious Life works closely with the movement’s protagonists to provide sources and inspiration for the movement’s growth. Featured over 240 24×26 fullscreen color […]


18 Jul
Vanity Fair gets a first look at the ever exclusive calendar

After going soft porn in 2010 with Terry Richardson’s unforgettable take on the Pirelli Calendar, the Italians toned it down quite a bit and went classical with Karl Lagerfeld behind the lens in 2011, then went the naturalist route with Mario Sorrenti in 2012. Now Pirelli is continuing the tamed path with a very clothed […]


1 Apr
Sometimes giant samurais, mechs, dragons & blondes In schoolgirl outfits CAN save your movie

OK, I know Miss Madeleine annihilated Sucker Punch last week with a blisteringly accurate review, but after seeing it this week I just gotta throw in my 2 cents. First off, she’s technically 100% right — the movie was riddled with weakness and flaws: the acting was atrocious (Vanessa Hudgens is a Golden Raspberry frontrunner), […]


We were all up on the Sucker Punch trailer ever since we first laid eyes on it this past summer at Comic Con. After 300 and Watchmen, faith in director Zack Snyder was strong. Sucker Punch certainly had every far flung element needed to be a great flick, and maybe that’s the problem. Miss Madeleine […]


23 Mar
Giorgos Lanthimos takes it to the bizarre familial limit

Dogtooth is like a backhand slap to the face after a night of heavy drinking: it sobers you up instantly. Greek Writer and Director Giorgos Lanthimos isn’t new to the festival circuit but certainly to the Academy Awards. The reason Dogtooth was nominated for best foreign film this year is due to the fact there […]


23 Dec
The beginning of a series of Godard-inspired musings

The upcoming Alphaville Series takes its name from hipster God and French New Wave pioneer Jean Luc Godard’s 1965 film of the same name. The themes from the 1960s cinematic movement— full of stylistic experimentation and philosophical dialogue — centered on the ills of contemporary society. Godard’s Alphaville is about a city called Alphaville, a […]