• A.P.C. and Apartamento Colouring Books
  • Posted 22 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 6625 Views
  • In collaboration with Spanish interiors magazine Apartamento, A.P.C. have released three new limited edition colouring books for children as part of a new series. The pack comes with one of each book, each one illustrated by a different artist - Reg Mombassa, Geoff McFetridge and Matt Leines - and will be available exclusively from A.P.C. stores worldwide and from their online store. They were produced in a run of just 500 though, so act fast if you want to make sure you get one.

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  • Video: Burberry - Against The Elements
  • 22 months ago · style · 0 Comments · 12094 Views
  • Iconic British fashion house Burberry have released a new short entitled Against The Elements. Starring British models Sebastian Brice and Cara Delevingne, the video demonstrates the label's renowned trench coat's ability to keep the wearer dry no matter what the weather, depicting...
  • Flip House
  • 22 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 6268 Views
  • Located in San Francisco, Flip House was created by Fougeron Architecture with one aim in mind - to reconnect an existing building with its striking landscape. The result is a light, modernist building with a huge custom-built glass facade to the rear and a new open plan layout which...
  • Video: FIREFLY
  • 22 months ago · culture · 6 Comments · 12549 Views
  • FIREFLY is a skate video unlike any other we've seen. Directed by Jan Minol of Czech-based Samadhi Production, the short was created by using a glowing skateboard and cameras mounted on remote control helicopters, allowing the team to get wide shots of the city at night as the skateboarder...
  • The Splinter Collection by Nendo
  • 22 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 5092 Views
  • Designed by Japanese studio Nendo for famous manufacturers Conde House, the Splinter collection features a chair, a coat hanger, two side tables, and two mirrors. Each piece has been carefully crafted and split, adding a 'splinter' that looks like it's peeling away. Speaking about...