• Inside Look: David Byrne's NY Office
  • Posted 29 months ago by Jack Lowe · culture · 10561 Views
  • Brazilian culture magazine TRIP recently sent the Brooklyn-based photographer Gil Inoue over to the New York office of Scottish musician David Byrne, who founded and fronted the band Talking Heads. The office is inside a former sweatshop in SoHo and is where Byrne goes about much of his business, which now includes film, photography, opera, and non-fiction.

    • why the hell does he have such an old computer? lame...
    • beau Posted 29 months ago · 13
    • Wake the fuck up, Beau.
    • Nicq Posted 29 months ago · 22
    • hahahaha
    • kyle Posted 29 months ago · 25 Reply
    • I think those pictures on the wall in the 2nd picture from the top (after the words, ignoring the guitar pedal array) are kidney stones.
    • marvin Posted 29 months ago · 16 Reply
    • the more pedals you have - the worse guitar player you actually are.
    • ahlice Posted 29 months ago · 13
    • so, what you're saying is David Byrnes is a bad guitar player?
    • yo Posted 29 months ago · 24 Reply
  • The Makers of Carnival
  • 29 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 3759 Views
  • The Makers of Carnival is a new initiative from Red Stripe which aims to hero the true creators of the Notting Hill Carnival - the people "who bring one of the world's most famous events." Citizens the campaign focuses on include Mick Johnson - a police commander who has been at...
  • R.I.P. Tony Scott
  • 29 months ago · film · 2 Comments · 3571 Views
  • Tony Scott, the director of huge Hollywood hits such as Top Gun, Beverly Hills Cop II and Enemy Of The State, has committed suicide by jumping from the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles, leaving a note in his car and asking police to contact his wife. He was aged 68 and leaves...
  • Supreme Autumn/Winter 2012 Lookbook
  • 29 months ago · culture · 5 Comments · 4613 Views
  • Supreme have just released their Autumn/Winter 2012 lookbook, once again modelled by the New York-based pro skateboarder and photographer Jason Dill. The collection features a solid range of outerwear pieces as well as a varied selection of shirts and and workwear-inspired jeans...
  • Submission Sunday
  • 29 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 9312 Views
  • "X marks the spot" is an ongoing series by Hungarian-born photographer Csilla Klenyanszki which finds the hidden possibilities related to form and function. Speaking about the series, Klenyanszki says: "My inspiration is my house and my environment (it’s a kind of a kitchen...
  • Pointer Surfer Rosa
  • 29 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 2941 Views
  • Fine footwear manufacturers Pointer have just released a new Autumn/Winter 2012 navy colourway for their Surfer Rosa model, which features a suede upper and a super-light EVA rubber sole for both comfort and durability - adding a nice contemporary twist to a classic Derby silhouette....
  • First Look: Lana Del Rey for H&M
  • 29 months ago · culture · 8 Comments · 8927 Views
  • A couple of months after H&M confirmed rumours that Lana Del Rey would be the face of their Autumn/Winter 2012 campaign we can have a look at the first few images. The print campaign was shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, who have worked for Dior, Chloé, Gucci, Louis...
  • Jack Kerouac's Own On The Road Book Cover
  • 29 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 8242 Views
  • With the upcoming release of Walter Salles' feature film version of Jack Kerouac's novel On The Road, blog Good Is Dead decided to round up some of their favourite cover artwork for the book. Within the article they also included...
  • James Deavin: The Games We Play
  • 29 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 6998 Views
  • It seems especially relevant now, when sport is still on everyone's mind, but London-born photographer James Deavin has been shooting empty but well-used sports venues across the UK and US for the past five years. Speaking about the series, Deavin says "Setting out to photograph...