1. AFTERGLOW - Lightsuit Segment

    From the depth of the creative visuals to the groundbreaking, never-been-done-before scale of the shoot, Afterglow is being hailed as one of the most cinematically profound ski movies ever made. Deep pillows and Alaskan spines, all filmed at night, with massive lights, custom made LED suits, and a national governments worth of logistics, planning, and civil engineering.

    Filmed as a partnership between Sweetgrass Productions, Philips TV, and the Swedish Agency Ahlstrand & Wållgren, it’s two parts creativity, one part branded content, and a pinch of masochism for good measure. Overall, it’s an incredibly unique partnership between our vision of skiing and the color and light technology behind the Philips Ambilight TV.


  2. Clockwork Indigo (Flatbush Zombies x The Underachievers) - Clockwork Indigo EP



  3. Cam’ron Made An Ebola Mask With Cam’ron On It

    "Last night Killa went meta and Instagram’d a picture of himself, in a Cam’ron jacket, Giants hat, and a Diplomats-era Cam’ron Ebola mask because why the fuck not. “Ebola is no joking matter,” read the caption, “So if u have to be safe…Be fashionable. #CamEbolaMask.” It’s not news Cam loves putting Cam on clothing, but this has to be the most timely garment he’s graced with his likeness. Ebola isn’t airborne, so the Cam’ron masks won’t do much in the way of protection, but for warding off the common cold I’m down to cop this one. Unless JuJu comes out with her own version, that is. The mask will be available starting next week from Dipset’s website.”

    via FADER


  4. Paris Unveils Giant “Butt Plug” Christmas Tree

    "Parisians are claiming the entire city has been humiliated after a giant contemporary Christmas tree which highly resembles a butt plug was unveiled. The inflatable tree, which is situated in Place Vendome, was designed by American artist Paul McCarthy and stands 24ft tall. The suggestive piece was originally created for a contemporary art fair and is accompanied by a gallery where visitors are welcomed by a forest of similarly shaped trees before finding a room full of chocolate figurines, one of which is a depiction of Santa holding another "tree" (ie. huge sex toy).

    McCarthy has come under fire before for his controversial works, many of which corrupt innocent symbols of youth such as characters from Disney and Hollywood. He also exhibited an identical pair of clay anamatronic sculptures depicting George W Bush having sex with pigs.”

    via HUH




  7. Interacket Jacket Changes Color Based on What You Touch

    "Norwegian design studio Drap og Design presents the Interacket jacket, which lights up in the color of whatever you touch. Adding to the growth of wearable tech, the garment is inspired by the color-morphing ability of chameleons and squids, and is constructed from an inner layer of the kind of reflective foil found on emergency heating blankets and lined with red, green and blue LEDs, under a simple painter’s suit which functions as the outer layer. The electronics consist of two Arduino chips and a color sensor. Although it would not be very effective as camouflage, potential applications could include safety clothing for night-time activities such as biking. Watch the video above for a demonstration of the jacket’s capabilities.”



  8. (Source: Vice Magazine)


  9. Only in Japan… Takashi Miike’s “As The Gods Will” (Trailer)


  10. Real soon, I promise!


  11. #sneakerfreaker #sneakerfreakerofficial #sneakerness #sneakers #footwear (hier: Sneakerness X-Post)


  12. #sneakerness #xpost #köln #cologne #sneaker #sneakers #footwear (hier: Sneakerness X-Post)


  13. Grimes Writes awesome Essay on Making Music and Being A Boss
    Excerpted from ROOKIE, by way of ELLE.



  14. Lamb Necks, Alligators, and the Blues: Fuck, That’s Delicious (Episode 5)

    What do you get when you cross a lamb neck with a fan boat and blues guitar legend? You have the fifth episode of Fuck, That’s Delicious, which takes us to New Orleans. Action Bronson had some down time between touring and recording his upcoming album, so he decided to recharge by sampling some of the Big Easy’s more contemporary culinary offerings and hearing some blues firsthand. As always, Bam Bam zeroed in on the finest fried chicken at Willie Mae’s Scotch House, the best sandwiches at Coquette, late night fare at Mimi’s and a cooking lesson from the most dynamic chef in the city, Isaac Toups, of Toups’ Meatery. If all this wasn’t enough, we managed to see some gators in the flesh and witness The Little Freddie King Blues Band do their thing. Enjoy.