• Amazon Introduce Dash Wand
  • Posted 5 months ago by Jack Lowe · tech · 5372 Views
  • Continuing to take over the world of retail, Amazon has introduced a hand-held Wi-Fi magic wand called Dash which lets you order whatever you want from anywhere in the home. The size of a Nintendo Wii remote, Dash includes a barcode scanner and a microphone, allowing the user to say or scan whatever they want to order, which will then arrive the next day (after it's been confirmed and paid for it on the Amazon site or app). There is a catch, however - Dash currently only works with AmazonFresh, which is only available for people in Southern California, San Francisco, or Seattle.

  • Video: Klaxons - There Is No Other Time
  • 5 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 1538 Views
  • Klaxons have released the video for new track "There Is No Other Time", which will feature on their upcoming album Love Frequency. Directed by Georgia Hudson - who's also worked with Swim Deep and Chew Lips - the visuals were shot inside a mirror box to produce some interesting effects....
  • SHUT $15,000 Gold-Plated Skateboard
  • 5 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 2674 Views
  • Due to the timing of the announcement, everyone assumed that SHUT's $15,000 gold-plated skateboard was just an April Fools' joke. Turns out it's true, however, and New York skate shop have actually produced the board (we're assuming it's a one off) in collaboration with designer...
  • Supreme Leather Perforated Caps
  • 5 months ago · style · 0 Comments · 1560 Views
  • Pulling inspiration from the 90s, Supreme have once again released a collection of leather caps, this time featuring small perforations throughout to help keep your head cool this summer. The cap comes in yellow, black, navy, white and red, each of which have matching leather cap...
  • "The Client Is Always Right" Posters
  • 5 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 8606 Views
  • Any freelance creative will be able to sympathise with Bristol-based graphic designer Jonathan Quintin, who has produced a series of posters called "The Client Is Always Right". The self-initiated project is just a bit of fun,...