2. Extraordinary Photos From A 1972 Rothschild Surrealist Dinner Party

    There have been few dinners parties quite like it.

    It’s December 12 1972, the night at which Marie-Hélène de Rothschild held her famous Surrealist Ball at Ferrières. As you can probably guess by her surname, she was a member of the ultra-wealthy Rothschild banking family. Few made the guest-list but if you did, it was the ultimate seal of approval from Parisian high-society.

    Check out the full article and all the pics via So Bad So Good


  3. Nike Has Designed A High-Tech Private Plane For Its Athletes

    Seattle-based design firm Teague has joined forces with Nike to develop a private plane especially for their team of professional athletes. The idea was based upon a study, which found that athletes who cross more than three timezones end up with a 60% chance of losing their games. When you consider that most companies spend millions developing their training grounds, it only makes sense that they develop their transport facilities as well, especially if it has such a huge effect on the outcome of games.

    Full article and all the pics via HUH Magazine


  4. muschi x djinns collection launch

    #muschikreuzberg #djinns #princecharles #berlin #scarsandstripes #crystalmesh


  5. (Source: Vice Magazine)



  7. Cara Delevingne at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards in London, 2014.


  8. ALIFE X Raekwon T-Shirt

    The ALIFE SESSIONS series of concerts made its way to London for their first overseas event, hosting Raekwon for a crowd of over 300. The Wu-Tang general performed an intimate set for a very lucky audience, even throwing in a few tribute covers for the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard.

    To commemorate the event, ALIFE & Footpatrol are releasing the Raekwon ALIFE Session T-Shirt, which will be made available tomorrow exclusively at Footpatrol London and ALIFE New York.

    via SlamXHype


  9. MSK’s REVOK, REYES, and STEEL Sue Roberto Cavalli for Copyright Infringement

    The relationship between graffiti and fashion functions with somewhat of a push and pull dynamic, or better yet, a give and take.

    Since its birth, graffiti’s had a certain allure to people from outside the culture. Its bold colors, unique and embellished caricatures— not to mention the way in which writers wield, bend, and give life to typography— has drawn in folks from all disciplines and fields. While some stop at acknowledgment or appreciation, others tend to usurp pieces, styles, and other various elements from the work of graffiti artists for capital gain. That’s a big “no, no.”

    Get the full story via Mass Apeal


  10. Os Gêmeos Paint “Giants” on Vancouver’s Concrete Industrial Silos

    Brazilian brothers-in-graffiti Os Gêmeos (literally “The Twins”) have been commissioned by the city of Vancouver to paint their biggest work to date across a series of six industrial silos at a cement production plant on the waterfront. As a continuation of their long-running “Giants” series, last seen adorning the Brazilian national football team’s official jet, the pair have transformed each 70-foot silo into a 360-degree work of art, adding up to a colossal mural that’s over 23,500 square feet in size. The project is being conducted as part of the Vancouver Biennale and the exact location – Granville Island – receives over 10.5 million visitors a year, guaranteeing quite an audience. Watch a short video about the creation of the project below or visit it yourself and take in other works by legendary artists like Andy Goldsworthy, Dennis Oppenheim and Hugo Franca at the same time. For more info, click here.

    via HighSnobiety


  11. Dana DeArmond via Driven By Boredom

    View all the pics here.


  12. The World’s Most Expensive Apartment

    When completed, it is expected that The Sky Penthouse in Monaco will become the world’s most expensive apartment, going on the market for just under $400 million USD (approx. £240 million).

    At 35,500 square-foot, the penthouse will be spread across five storeys and will feature unbeatable views of the coastline from its floor-to-ceiling windows and large terrace with swimming pool.

    Luckily for the developers, nearly 30% of Monaco’s inhabitants are millionaires, so there shouldn’t be a problem finding a buyer.

    via HUH.


  13. (Source: vine.co)



  15. Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub

    What could be better than soaking in a hot tub after a long day of exploring the backcountry? In the past, this was nothing than a pipe dream. But with the Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub, your dreams can now become a reality.

    Simply set this bad boy up next to a water source, hook up the lightweight Honda WX10 water pump (or anything comparable), and you’re in business. The tub measures in at 24 inches high with a 60-inch diameter, and holds 225 gallons of water. The stainless steel coil on the outside of the tub is powered by your choice of either firewood or propane, and will have 100 gallons of water heated to 100 degrees within an hour. When you’re all done relaxing, simply fold this thing down, pack it away in the included 16×16-inch dry bag, and off you go.via HiConsumption