• Video: Flight Facilities - Clair De Lune (feat. Christine Hoberg)
  • Posted 23 months ago by Jack Lowe · @jacklowe · music · 6807 Views
  • Directed by Dave Ma, the beautiful 7-minute-long visuals for Flight Facilities' dreamy track "Clair De Lune" follow two young girls who spend their time on late night drives, stopping to steal from off licenses and watching the city lights from the top of hills. After thieving one too many items, the duo get caught and things quickly get out of hand. The track is now available to download and will be available as a limited edition vinyl soon. Watch the video above!

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    • Deep.
    • Isaiah Posted 23 months ago · 4 Reply
    • Quite amazing
    • Benny Posted 23 months ago · 1 Reply
    • I feel like i'm locked in this thing they do as well...
    • Deborah Posted 22 months ago · 16 Reply
  • Wooden Keys for Macbook Pro
  • 23 months ago · Art & Design · 4 Comments · 11797 Views
  • Taking the idea of a wooden keyboard one step further, Lazerwood have created individual wooden keys which fit perfectly with the sleek design of your Macbook Pro. Compatible with all unibody Macbook Pros and available in both walnut and cherry, all you need are some nimble fingers...
  • Projecteo Instagram Projector
  • 23 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 5852 Views
  • Currently seeking funding through Kickstarter, Projecteo is a tiny Instagram projector that uses 35mm slide film to turn your digital images into permanent physical momentos. All you have to do is log onto their website, select nine of your favourite images, and the Projecteo team...
  • Miniature Chanel Hula-Hoop Bag
  • 23 months ago · style · 2 Comments · 5265 Views
  • When Karl Lagerfeld unveiled a giant hula-hoop bag on the Chanel runway this year, many were left a bit baffled about who would actually buy this gigantic accessory apparently designed for use on the beach. It turns out that the bag was designed to capture the media's attention (something...
  • Japan National Stadium by Zaha Hadid
  • 23 months ago · Art & Design · 2 Comments · 11952 Views
  • UK-based practice Zaha Hadid Architects have been selected to design the new Japanese national stadium, winning the commission over nine other finalists. Replacing the existing Kasumigaoka National Stadium, the impressive new 80,000-seat stadium will be the main sporting venue for...