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Photographer Luke Paige originally got into capturing select moments in sports due to his love for snowboarding, skateboarding, mountain biking and surfing. But with hopes of highlighting these occasions in a different light, Paige here focuses on geometric lines (more. (more)
Short Film: Sundays
March 27, 2015 / Movies
Wow, what is happening? First it was Ruairi Robinson's self-financed short film “The Leviathan“ that left us speechless lately, and now Dutch commercial film production company PostPanic just released a dystopian sci-fi short that feels more ambitious and overall (more)
With the world going Air Max Day crazy right now, there were always going to be a few people going the extra mile to show off their love for the legendary sneaker. In an effort to elevate the original Air Max 1 to something approaching artistic status (more...) (more)
In case you hadn’t noticed, Sofia Coppola has a thing for making her main characters feel detached, alone, and unable to find their place in the world. This supercut containing scenes from her five full-length films visualizes that trait quite well. (more...) (more)
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The Triumph Scrambler is not going to set any land speed records, but it’s not supposed to. And when one gets modified like this one has, masterfully by Erne’s Euromotos, you wanna give people a long time to look anyway. The Zürich, Switzerland, custom shop took a (more)
The Reinvention of Normal
March 26, 2015 / Video
Directed by Liam Saint-PierreThe Reinvention of Normal is a 7-minute short film which documents the extraordinary life of Dominic Wilcox - an artist, inventor, and designer who is constantly transforming the "mundane and ordinary into something surprising, wondrous (more)
After making videos for the Nikki Nack singles “Water Fountain” and “Real Thing,” Merrill Garbus’ tUnE-yArDs project has just dropped a new clip for the single “Wait For A Minute.” This one stands as a departure from tUnE-yArDs’ usual madcap technicolor (more)
In showcasing a touch of Star Wars from the perspective of the Empire, Paul Johnson presents this intriguing short film, drawn and animated entirely by himself over a four year span. Showcasing recognizable ’80s-style anime, the clip highlights an aerial fight scene (more)
Suburban Daze
March 25, 2015 / Boards
Even with a bad ankle injury that’s still undergoing physio, French skater Maxime Géronzi makes it look all too easy in this new video by Desillusion… “Undoubtedly one of the brightest talents in European skateboarding today, Maxime Géronzi is rapidly making a name (more)
Design practice Case Studyo continues their colorful, collaborative efforts as they team up with American artist Sam Friedman on the aptly titled “Happy Place” rug. Based on a series of paintings of the same name done in 2014, the handwoven and dyed wool rugs come (more)
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