• Video: Das Racist - Girl
  • Posted 22 months ago by staff · music · 5309 Views
  • New from Brooklyn-based band Das Racist comes the video for their track "Girl" from the album Relax. Directed by Aristotle Athiras, the visuals see a lovestruck man (complete with greasy mullet) trying to win over a woman on the street using various different unique dance moves. Oh, he also has to fight a bunch of bikers for unknown reasons. Check it out above!

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  • Wake Up Alarm App from Uniqlo
  • 22 months ago · Art & Design · 4 Comments · 7657 Views
  • Lately, waking up on these ever darkening winter mornings has been a tiny bit easier, and it's all thanks to a new alarm app released by Japanese retailer Uniqlo. Named Wake Up, the iPhone and Android app features a sleek, simple interface and plays you different music (with accompanying...
  • Phantom Camera Skateboarding
  • 22 months ago · culture · 1 Comment · 5574 Views
  • There's a trend at the moment for creating super slow motion skateboarding videos, and when it's done well it's easy to see why. Nick Midwig and John Benam were recently lucky enough to get their hands on one of just 150 available Phantom HD Gold cameras, using it to film skateboarder...
  • Video: Supreme "Dominoes"
  • 22 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 4140 Views
  • Everyone loves a good Rube Goldberg machine, right? So, to contribute to the "Random" section of their website, New York-based label Supreme have filmed one of their own. Created using hundreds of their own branded dominoes, the clip ends with the reveal of a huge Supreme red box...
  • Music Video Monday
  • 22 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 4547 Views
  • This week the video selection includes Wild Nothing, M83, Vinyl Williams, Tree, and Childhood. Directed by Matt Amato, Balthazar Auxietre & Sylvain Derosne, Lionel Williams, unknown, and Fred Ellis, respectively. Enjoy!
  • Urban Air
  • 22 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 4623 Views
  • Urban Air is the latest project from the LA-based artist Stephen Glassman. The plan is to install living bamboo plants, alongside environment sensors, on existing billboards suspended above the freeway. "My intention is to put a crack in the urban skyline, so that when people are...