An amalgamation of superheroes and what built the House of Ideas Taschen is well established as the coffee-table and art book collector go-to, but they will really be turning heads, as well as pages, with this mega-Marvel-ous collection that captures the now 75-year history of Marvel comics and its characters. At 720 pages, the book covers […]


16 Apr
Artist Gregoire Guillemin delves into the mundane & risque

The life of a superhero isn’t just about whipping up on Turk and Grotto, hanging out in underground lairs and foiling the evil conspiracies of guys like Dr. Doom, Sebastian Shaw and Kingpin, there’s a certain level of banality in their every day lives that we rarely see. That is until Gregoire Guillemin decided to […]


4 Aug
The story behind the world's weirdest vigilantes debuts August 8th

HBO may best be known for stellar primetime shows like Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire and Curb Your Enthusiasm, but it’s their documentaries about fringe life in America that presently have the world intrigued. In their latest award winning doc, Superheroes, director Michael Barnett explores the world of real-life caped crusaders on a mission to […]


1 Aug
Geek-inspired handmade rings, cuff links, earrings & money clips

Anyone who has watched Big Bang Theory will attest to the hotness factor surrounding Kaley Cuoco. A girl that’s tall, beautiful and blonde, but also has the wits to go toe-to-toe with two physicists is a girl that knows the path to my heart. Plus, she rocks a damn good Wonder Woman outfit to boot. […]


11 Jan
Brian Chan's mathematical genius makes origami

Engineer Brian Chan from M.I.T. has fashioned art work with his impressive math skills, creating his own origami patterns and using one single uncut sheet to fold into paper masterpieces. When Chan first started this simple hobby he mastered making traditional animals and intricate insects, but now paper is no limit as he manifests sci-fi […]


30 Aug
Keds Camp Oxford with a French toile print twist

What makes these super limited edition Keds for Opening Ceremony sneakers special are the French “toile” print embellishments on the fabric. Usually the stuff of cliched grandmas the world over, the toile prints here get a twist via artist Richard Saja, who re-contextualizes the artform with his own particular sense of humor. As Opening Ceremony […]


God, I hate Hollywood Boulevard. Gone are the days where swarms of street urchins, teen prostitutes and junkies were its general populace. In their stead have come the Abercrombie & Fitch-clothed, Applebees-fed, camera-toting mouthbreathers of the Red States. And they call that urban improvement? Whatever, guy. As far as I can see, the only truly […]