Archive for January, 2012

25 January 2012

Poissons pre-collection by SUPER

I looove SUPER sunglasses. Beautiful sunglasses and… boxes. Vive les patterns.

SUPER is proud to introduce the Poissons, a pre-collection release to anticipate the flavor and aesthetic of the “Visiva Series” : a seasonal project characterized by its high visual impact, and fresh unique style.

Paloma & América models :

Via HUH. Magazine.

25 January 2012

Architecture hyper-collage by Jim Kazanjian

Architecture hyper-collage by Portland-based photo artist Jim Kazanjian. Stunning.

My technique could be considered “hyper-collage”. I cobble together pieces from photographs found online and feed them into Photoshop. Through a palimpsest-like layering process of adding and subtracting, I eventually merge these various parts together. I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenized image. Right now, I am using around 50 photos to create one of my pieces.

Via Archinect.

25 January 2012

Yelle video Comme un enfant, directed by Jérémie Saindon

Ok… I’m not very up to date with this post, I’ve heard the song this fall… but I hadn’t seen the video. This looks a lot like videos from Lucy McRae and This Is It Collective. I just like this kind of aesthetic. Vibrant pastel colors, weird positions and huge cardboard body parts.

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21 January 2012

Looks of the day no.9

Soft looks for a soft saturday.

Anja Rubik via Stockholm Streetstyle.

Chance via fashiontoast.

On the Street…Le Marais, Paris via The Sartorialist.

In the Moment : Details via Stockholm Streetstyle.

On the Street…Via Del Giglio, Florence via The Sartorialist.

Via Le 21e Arrondissement.

a.l.c. prefall 2012 via because i’m addicted.

Angela R. via


17 January 2012

Moonrise Kingdom by Wes Anderson & Roman Coppola

Oh ! The next movie to see in theater ! What kind of bird are you ?

Via Booooooom.

17 January 2012

Metropolis II by Chris Burden

With a landscape evocative of Fritz Lang’s film of the same name, Metropolis II by Chris Burden opened this weekend at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to a futuristically frenetic effect. The scale model city has over 1,000 model cars channelling about its roller coaster roads at a speed relative to their size of 240mph – the whole effect becoming less about size and more about the busy energy that cities exudes. Burden has produced something like this before but this latest installation is altogether more remarkable with some buildings going through ten prototypes before making the final micro-megalopolis.

Watch the video below !

Via It’s Nice That.

17 January 2012

quantum blink by Isabel M. Martinez

By Isabel M. Martinez.

Via VVork.

14 January 2012

Some Song of Style looks

I love Aimee Jenny Song’s style. Here are some of her 2012 outfits.

Via Song of Style.

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