• Video: Joey Bada$$ - Hilary Swank
  • Posted 13 months ago by Jack Lowe · music · 9089 Views
  • New York rapper Joey Bada$$ presents the video for "Hilary Swank" from his EP Summer Knights. Directed by Alex Lill, the visuals feature pieces of lo-fi VHS footage alongside new shots of Joey walking through a surreal building and archive footage of him and the Pro Era crew. Summer Knights will be available on iTunes from 29 October, 2013, with a bonus track featuring Zombies, UA and Chuck Strangers, as well as a remix of "MY Yout feat. Maverick Sabre".

    • this kid is ill. Can't get enough
    • michael Posted 13 months ago · 21 Reply
  • Video: Red Bull Stratos Falling To Earth POV
  • 13 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 3340 Views
  • On the one year anniversary of Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner's world record breaking jump from the stratosphere, Red Bull have released a new POV video allowing us to see what he experienced from start to finish. Jumping...
  • Caviar Table Flame
  • 13 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 2665 Views
  • By utilising sintered bronze - a porous material primarily used for industry filtration and aircraft hydraulic systems - designer Fabien Gerlier has created an "industrial candle". Named the Caviar Table Flame, the minimalist flame has an elegant black textured shell and features...
  • Video: Meet the Girl Team
  • 13 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 4460 Views
  • While touring the US this month, the Girl skate team met up with Thrasher Magazine to answer a few short questions such as "Do you sign tits and asses?", "Which van do you ride in, Stoney or Baloney?" and "Ever made a Demo Love Connection?". Interviewees include Sean Malto, Eric...
  • Video: Nike SB Project BA Commercial
  • 13 months ago · culture · 5 Comments · 55956 Views
  • To introduce pro skateboarder Brian Anderson's new pro model, Nike SB have created a three-minute commercial which sees Anderson skate a custom installation. Filmed in one long shot (or two if you could the switch when they do a close up of his back), the commercial begins with Anderson...