• Steven Pippin - Point Blank
  • Posted 38 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 11162 Views
  • A new series by photographer Steven Pippin, named Point Blank, captures the death of a camera by the camera itself. To produce the images, the Pippin shoots the camera with a .25 calibre handgun and uses the camera to take a picture of the moment in a mirror. The act itself takes place in complete darkness, and the flash is triggered just as the bullet breaks into the camera and hits the negative. Worth it, or do you love your camera too much?

    • Dat's cool
    • Billy Jo Posted 38 months ago · 22 Reply
    • I just don't really see the point. if the third photo down is an example of the end product than that's just a waste of a camera because the photo looks like crap.
    • david Posted 37 months ago · 27 Reply
    • Looks like the photographer captured the bullet of from a gun at full velocity coming straight towards you.
    • a.s Posted 37 months ago · 15 Reply
    • uh Shoulda done it with broken cameras and a 1000fps rig
    • picturemoreinamoment Posted 37 months ago · 22 Reply
  • TUDOR Heritage Chrono
  • 36 months ago · culture · 1 Comment · 6761 Views
  • In a very short time the Heritage Chrono has become the icon of the watch brand TUDOR. The design is inspired by the much-celebrated TUDOR Oysterdate Chronograph from the 70's, celebrating the vintage racing spirit of the original watch. The Heritage Chrono is enhanced by a bidirectional...
  • Listen: Jewellers Mix
  • 37 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 2711 Views
  • Cardiff based duo Jewellers have just unleashed this new mixtape over on our music editor's blog Neighborhood Tapes. It features tracks from Liars, Joy Division and Jamie XX; as well as extracts from horror movies Psycho, The Shining and A Nightmare On Elm Street. Jewellers released...
  • Music Video Monday
  • 38 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 3547 Views
  • New videos from Outfit, Fleet Foxes, Pushing Hands, Keep Shelly In Athens and Porcelain Raft. Directed by Unknown, Sean Pecknold, Pushing Hands, Brendan Canty and Porcelain Raft, respectively.
  • Ai Weiwei Absent Exhibition
  • 38 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 6503 Views
  • Below is a look at Ai Weiwei's latest exhibition, currently taking place at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum in Taiwan. Entitled "Absent", the show deals with current issues in his home country of China and almost acts as a retrospective, including work from 1983 to the present day. The...
  • Supreme & The North Face Capsule Collection
  • 38 months ago · culture · 3 Comments · 10074 Views
  • Collaboration addicts Supreme have now teamed up with The North Face to produce a new version of the Nuptse Down Jacket as well as some new Rolling Thunder Bags. Both items come in three printed colourways and are available exclusively...
  • Found MUJI
  • 38 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 4826 Views
  • Japanese homeware retailer MUJI, who have now been around for almost 30 years, have just re-branded their very first store "Found MUJI". Located in the Aoyama district of Tokyo, Japan, the store's new name emphasises the dream of store owner Mujirushi Ryohin to find a way of creating...
  • Baxter of California Grooming Kit
  • 38 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 5602 Views
  • Fresh out from gentlemen's grooming label Baxter of California comes a five-piece kit which includes a face wash, moisturiser, shave formula, aftershave, and shampoo, all packages in a laminated canvas bag. All of this is now available from the Baxter online shop for $50 (approx....
  • LN-CC Autumn/Winter 2011 Lookbook
  • 38 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 5592 Views
  • Fellow Dalston store LN-CC have just unveiled their autumn/winter 2011 lookbook featuring some of their high-end labels like Jil Sander, Balenciaga, Dries van Noten and Rick Owens. Take a look below and, if you want to pay the store a visit, book in a session here.