A dope clip sumarising the opening of Youth, a gallery show featuring photography from Natalia Mantini, Josh Terris + Sagan Lockhart. The work looks pretty kl bu the night looks better with all the cameos you would expect and more…oh + if you’re in the LA area check out the show for yourself.
HighSnob have been churning out quite a few dope features as of recent + this is definitely one of the illest. Sitting down with the iconic Van Styles to talk about Instagram, Photography and Streetwear + how he got into the adult industry… Something no one should miss out on, click the image or here to read the full feature.
Another daring idea to approach from the IKEA labs is this carboard digital camera, it’s as basic as it gets but the key thing is that it’s inventive + it WORKS!
Apparently they won’t be up for sale but will be given out at IKEA stores for people to take pictures of their new furnishing once it’s all set up…great concept, great product.
“Once 40 photos have been taken, users plug the 2.3 megapixel camera – billed as “the world’s cheapest digital camera” – into a USB port and transfer the images in the normal manner. Images can then be deleted from the camera by using a paperclip to press the delete button on the front for about five seconds.”
Odd Future ‘Sweatshop’ Store - London (1st Day Recap)
The union strikes gave me a day off to enjoy London’s sunny days and the opening of Odd Future’s first European pop-up store. Lionel, Taco, Lucas, Mellowhype, Domo, Ace, Clancy + amongst others all made an appearance enjoying the attetion & vibin’ off the young bucks. Brick lane really is the perfect location for these dudes, calm atmosphere, dope surrounding + good weather make for dope shit and memories. To check the full photoset head over to my Flickr…
Kozo -Table top (Guessing as I think he was the only Japanese guy with a fro at that comp)
What’s Interesting about this photo is the fact that although the fact that the sun is directly behind him causes im to appear as a silhouette his fork reamains white and the angle that it is shot at cuts out the ramp and the most of the background is instead is filled with blue sky makes it seem as if he is flying. This is comparable to way that you view a bird from below when it flies past the sun.
This effect is only broken once you see the spectators watching in the background.
Lights Out: Landscape photographer Terje Sorgjerd (previously) scaled Pico del Teide, Spain´s highest elevation, to capture footage of the Milky Way atop “one of the best places in the world to photograph the stars.”
Warning: May cause feelings of extreme insignificance.