Matthew Custar

Kid Cudi Embraces His Inner Rocker on “Confused”

by Tyler Kennedyon August 1, 2015
“Who am I? Who are we?” is what Kid Cudi asks on his latest track, entitled “Confused”. Although it may sound like Cudder is having an identity crisis, the rapper and producer has been known to experiment with his sound, and he’s very confident with his newly developed skills on guitar.
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Maria Grønlund Keeps It Simple With Marks

by Milca Pierreon August 1, 2015
Denmark-based graphic designer Maria Grønlund has developed an extensive portfolio that is uniform in its simplistic facade, never lacking creativity and content.
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New Zealand Art Gallery Space Pays Tribute to Len Lye

by Milca Pierreon August 1, 2015
Always priding themselves on their perfection of the relationship between people and surrounding landscapes to create spaces that serve their purpose and beyond, Pattersons Architecture firm of New Zealand has created a name that’s synonymous with success within the realms of architecture and design.


“Freedom Is Not Enough” Claims ADYN’s New Satin Bomber Jacket

by Conor Johnsonon August 1, 2015
ADYN has built up a credible reputation for offering clothes that fit and look premium whilst actually being in our affordable price range.
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Friday Flashback (7/31/2015): Alien Lanes

by Jack Squireson July 31, 2015
This week’s flashback brings us back to the spring of 1995, when Indie Rock was truly at its zenith. Following up the success of their album from the previous year (Bee Thousand), Guided by Voices served up a buzzy, lo-fi masterpiece with Alien Lanes.

Stussy Goes Back to Basics with “Made in California” Collection

by Tyler Kennedyon July 31, 2015
Stussy embraces its west coast roots with its minimal and classic “Made in California” collection.

Matthew Custar

Talent Focus: Matthew Custar

by Holden Powellon July 31, 2015
In this day and age of technology we have seen a developing change in the methods we use to produce art.
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Simple Style Bape Digi-Noise Tee

by Keegan Boissonon July 31, 2015
The juggernaut clothing brand and the current front runner of many trends has put out yet another simple, stylish way to rock their apparel with the Bape Digi-Noise Tee.

OVO Stays Winning with Pre-Fall 2015 Lookbook

by Tyler Kennedyon July 31, 2015
OVO has been low-key killing it with their apparel game, a trend which continues with their Pre-Fall 2015 collection.

Raf Simons Washed-Denim

The Instant Classic Washed-Denim Shirt by Raf Simons

by Keegan Boissonon July 31, 2015
Casual yet dignified, the Raf Simons Washed-Denim shirt is a perfect way to showcase taste in good quality in a cool, laidback demeanor.
Črtomir Just

Črtomir Just Rebrands Gold

by Milca Pierreon July 30, 2015
Slovenian digital artist Črtomir Just has created a solid profile through honing his talent in design and an inimitable attention to detail, and his latest project is no different.

Currently Dying to Have These Off-White Geobaskets

by Tyler Kennedyon July 30, 2015
Rick Owens‘ Geobasket sneakers are one of the quintessential premium pair of kicks, and now they’re in a beautiful monochrome off-white.


Check Out the Provocative Calvin Klein Jeans Fall 2015 Campaign

by Tyler Kennedyon July 30, 2015
A major reason why Calvin Klein is the household name he is today is because he knows how to raise eyebrows, which is exactly what Calvin Klein Jeans‘ Fall 2015 campaign does. 
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A31 Architecture Gives Birth to Greece’s Hotel Relux

by Milca Pierreon July 30, 2015
First created in 2002, the architectural offices of A31 have housed creative and open-minded individuals who have excelled in maximizing structural capacity through unconventional methods.

Lumières x 1000deaths “Forget Me Not” Lookbook

by Tyler Kennedyon July 29, 2015
The latest from Lumières has been worth the wait, as the brand debuts its collaboration with 1000deaths on the “Forget Me Not” capsule collection.

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The Barrancas House Receives a Contemporary Facelift

by Milca Pierreon July 29, 2015
The Barrancas House of Mexico City has received a much needed update by the award-winning architecture and design firm EZEQUIELFARCA.