HENSE recently finished his largest installation to date in lima, peru, which measures 40m tall and 50m wide. As featured on Designboom
Skateable Sculptures by Rich Holland on
Michael Wolf’s latest work reveals the extremity of one of the world’s most dense urban spaces. Here’s a photo collection sharing a view on Hong Kong’s Massive High Rises on PSFK
The White Review Nº 4 on Another Something & Company
We really got inspired by the editors introduction on the latest issue of The White Review: ‘…we must make, write, argue, dream, paint and act in the faith that creativity is commensurate with progress, and that we are responsible for our own futures. The future is there to be forged… The White Review believes that it is more important now than ever to provide a forum for expression and debate. We are indebted to the support of the many people who are similarly committed to the idea that a healthy and varied culture is integral to a society’s well-being. We hope that you find something in this issue to provoke or inspire you to pick up a pen, a paintbrush, or a placard.’ An inspiring issue with a lovely feature on Juergen Teller, a poster insert by Gabriele Beveridge and more, much more. All in a beautiful cover by Landon Metz. Get it here >
Modern Anthology on Another Something & Company
Last week Style Ledger came up with two really nice video features. The last one was a look at American manufacturing, with a focus on the Martin Greenfield factory in Brooklyn. The first one is this feature on one of the top new stores in the US, Modern Anthology, in Brooklyn, NY. ‘The owners John Marsala and Becka Citron have done a terrific job creating a very unique and smartly edited collection that successfully blends classic vintage pieces with newer items.’ Truly an amazing boutique!
Strangely haunting portraits of aeroplane passengers by John Schabel
When in London make sure to visit the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion with this amazing installation by
Sou Fujimoto. (Photography by Iwan Baan)
]Soulland 2013 Spring/Summer Lookbook
We’re in NY moods with our visit coming weeks! Love these NY City Poster by
Remodelista – Now beautifully simplified and improved.
Always love the scarfs of
Salvor Projects. Here the microscopic detail of the Caligo species butterfly wing construction – a study in tessellating microstructures and armament.
Islamic Celestial Globe, 1630 A.D.
This brass globe served both as a map of the heavens, as viewed from outside the starry sphere, and as a precision tool for making astronomical calculations. Engraved on its surface are various coordinate lines, constellation figures, and Arabic inscriptions. The stars are made of embedded bits of silver. The globe is hollow and was cast in one seamless piece. It was originally set in a cradle of rings, which depicted the horizon and other astronomical circles.
Lent by the National Museum of American History
An inspiring interview with Piero Tosi, the Italian movie legend, about iconic actors and stylish films
in Port Magazine
Even if what you’re working on doesn’t go anywhere, it will help you with the next thing you’re doing.
— Cormac McCarthy
Keep that in mind!
The beautiful new cocktailbar
Gamsei in Munich, Germany, featured in Wallpaper’s April Travel Picks.
Rijssel in Amsterdam on A Continuous Report
Finally Amsterdam has a cool and hip rotisserie restaurant. It serves good traditional bistro style food. Poulet au Estragon with a green salad and delicious potatoes baked in goose fat. Also the lentille salad and sauccison are terrific! This is all set in an old school building with an interior of former school tables and chairs. Although this might sound cheap it’s not, on the contrary it adds to a very lively environment. Definitely something you have to check out when you are in Amsterdam.
Nature Inspired Paintings by Inca Pan | The Fox Is Black
Simplicity, many people think,
is an end in itself
But they’re getting it backwards
Simplicity is the path, the means
It’s not a far off destination,
somewhere in the future
It’s right here, right now
It’s taking things one at a time
It’s asking simple questions
It’s taking simple actions
It’s doing it slowly
It’s considering and being conscious,
When you find yourself becoming overwhelmed
on the path to simplicity
Taking a complicated, frenzied path
to get there
Stop, consider, and choose
the simpler path
And take it slowly
Leo Babauta, mnmlist.com
Just love this image by
Maciek Pozoga: Stromboli, 2013.
We can’t wait! Trentemøller to release his third album
lost next month…
Monohara Ceramic Collection by House Industries, as featured by Spoon & Tamago
Like A Champ by Neuarmy
Craft Design Technology on Another Something & Company
One of our favorite stationary brands, Japan’s Craft Design Technology, is now available at Vetted. Some highly aesthetic pens, a beautiful scissor, and a smart Memo Roll to name a few. All extremely beautiful, functional and enduring. (via Acquire)
‘The Hunt’ by
A Continuous Lean is a series that aims to find the best-in-breed products that we’re all searching for.
Today featured the Tanner Goods luggage tags.
It is said that white shoes are to be relegated to the months between Memorial Day and Labour Day i.e. late May to early September. Well, who cares? These white-on-white Dr. MARTENS are simply amazing and are great worn with a pair of LEVI’S 501s – again, in white. (via
Rag & Bone Indigo Weekend Bag on
The upcoming Travel Almanac issue
5 – spring / summer 2013
‘Destiny,’ The Upcoming Game from Bungie featured at
The Fox Is Black
Kokeshi Matches on Smileinyourface