• Submission Sunday
  • Posted 45 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 7538 Views
  • Photographs from the Taiwanese photographer Ricor.


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    • The first one is great. -brianbielawa.tumblr.com
    • Brian Posted 45 months ago · 18 Reply
    • These are beautiful.
    • Nina M. Posted 45 months ago · 23 Reply
    • These are beautiful, i particularly like the second
    • nadie Posted 45 months ago · 16 Reply
    • Wow, now I can see why you didn't pick mine.
    • Sergio Posted 45 months ago · -1 Reply
  • Passenger Side
  • 44 months ago · film · 1 Comment · 7491 Views
  • Summary: Two brothers spend the day driving around Los Angeles County looking for the meaning of their lives, or cheap street drugs , depending on who you happen to believe… Wandering the film festivals of the world for the past two years like a rolling stone - and having great success...
  • Dayanita Singh
  • 45 months ago · Art & Design · 3 Comments · 10772 Views
  • Although Indian photographer Dayanita Singh shot the vast majority of her work with black-and-white film in the past - calling it "the most fragile form of art" - in recent years she has been experimenting with the possibilities of colour, using it to produce intensely saturated,...
  • The Rapha Continental, Jake Stangel
  • 45 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 5223 Views
  • The Rapha Continental is a series shot by Montreal-born photographer Jake Stangel that sets out to "explore and document the most epic cycling routes and cycling experiences in America". Over the course of three days Stangel - who's shot for Nike, ESPN and Monocle in the past - followed...
  • Video: The Making of The Pharcyde's Drop
  • 45 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 4217 Views
  • The video below gives us behind-the-scenes look at the infamous video for The Pharcyde's "Drop", directed by Spike Jonze and released in 1996. The Pharcyde and their private linguist, Robin Belvin, talk about how they learnt the words to the song backwards in just five days.
  • Timex for Club Monaco
  • 45 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 5082 Views
  • Watch manufacturers Timex have produced a brown leather field watch to be part of Club Monaco's exclusive collection for London retailer Browns. A price isn't available through the Browns website yet, but judging by the other items it's not going to be too cheap…