I’ve been meaning to post this video, featuring Dunst dancing through the street of Akihabara which Murakami’s KaiKaikiki produced to promote his recent show at the Tate Modern, sooner. However KaiKaikiki has been playing a game of cat and mouse with youtube to protect this copyrighted video, and it’s been hard to find a solid version.
Popular Science + is the first digital magazine to emerge from Bonnier’s Mag+, an ongoing project across all Bonnier titles in the U.S. and Europe to rethink the way magazines can be read on a new generation of full-color, touchscreen tablet devices.
Popular Science+ is a new way of experiencing magazines on digital devices and a first step toward our vision of what digital magazine reading can be. Mag+, Bonnier’s digital magazine platform, is a project that began months ago in a collaboration between Bonnier’s global R&D task force and BERG, a London-based design studio.
The latest issue on the Nawlz the revolutionary interactive online comic bu Sutu has gone live…
If you’r coming in late i recommend starting at the beginning cause things are starting to get pretty gnarly.
The lads at Hidden Champion just sent me some copies of the latest Mag featuring the LTRHDS show.
I have a few extra copies so let me know if you want one.
The Crystal Pharoah is a NY based producer / editor whose been doing the vids for KRink and Alife for some time now. Heres a recent video for KRINK.
Limited edition Eamo T-shirts printed in Melbourne Australia on American Apparel garments for Sale in Eamo’s Milkbar. Paypal or Credit Card. Super fast postage. Free Postcards with every tee sold. RRP $59.99 – $39.99 Australian Dollars + $5 postage and handling. http://eamo.com.au/milkbar.htm
Illustrator Eamo Donnelly is best known for his intricately hand inked, character driven illustrations, infused with an eclectically dynamic colour palette with a true blue Aussie cheekiness. Eamo has illustrated for American Way, Blender, CBS Interactive / Chow.com, Complex, ESPN, GQ, Golden Plains Festival, Jmag, King magazine, Maxim, Mens Health, Mountain Dew, Monument, Nike, Playboy, Runners World, Radar magazine, Redbull, RipCurl, VH1.
As well as commercial commissions, his love affair for Australian eighties nostalgia prompted him to create personal works that reflected the beauty and uniqueness of the culture he grew up in. These works have been seen on Jeeps for Mountain Dew, wallets for Poketo in L.A, shoes for String Republic in France, t-shirts for Owl Movement, esky’s, stubby holders, clocks, bar walls and street posters and in exhibitions in Melbourne, Sydney and in the U.S and the U.K. In 2009 he was short listed for best original illustration in the Australian Desktop Create Awards and in 2010 he will be a speaker at Melbourne’s Design Conference AGIdeas. He is also an occasional Australiana reviewer for Melbourne’s online sub cultural guide ThreeThousand.
‘SHAT ON THAT!’ – WILLIAM SHATNER – 1/2 PAGE – MAXIM MAGAZINE – U.S