i really like this short – such great perspective!
Louis Bradier developed a carbon fiber longboard designed to help you carve and skate like you never have before. i definitely want one! from Yanko Design: So check this out: thus was born the longboard. It’s not made for tricks. It’s made for cruizin. Designer Louis Bradier has a board right here that’s made first […]
this is so rad! if only i had my own private ninja instructor… Learn the secrets of ancient martial arts and the mysterious ninja warriors with one of New York’ oldest Bujinkan schools, affiliated with Bujinkan Hombu Dojo in Japan since the early 1980′s.These legendary combat methods teach effective methods of self-protection using elusive timing, […]
dude, YES! $14,500. what a sweet machine…
very interesting… take a look at Yves Saint Laurent in his tattoo parlor. ever the gentleman and the badass. from YouTube: Yves Saint Laurent and director Ari Marcopoulos present “No Way Back”, a short film representing the vision of Yves Saint Laurent Creative Director Stefano Pilati’s 2011 Spring/Summer collection. The short film focuses on influential […]
Hashima Island, dubbed “Battleship Island” for its resemblance to a Japanese battleship, is off limits (for the most part). Michael Gakuran penetrated the fortress for some urban exploration… the pictures are something from a nuclear wasteland. visit his site for the photos! It seemed like an impossible feat, and certainly not one I could undertake […]
motorcycles, the wild west south of the border, dust in your eyes and wind in your hair. in an eight part series on Vice, Patrick O’Dell documents the journey these man’s men took. very nice! Doin’ It Baja chronicles the 2200 mile motorcycle trip taken by Arto Saari, Heath Kirchart, Keegan Sauder, and Patrick O”Dell […]
Kyle Lightner’s photos are awesome!! a true photographer, he never works digitally.
Cardok is a subterranean garage… don’t worry, there’s a backup generator to help your car out if the power fails.
Christoph is one of those photographers who finds amusement in aerial studies of infrastructure. he has this to say on his About page: Christoph Gielen was born in Bonn, Germany, but has lived in New York most of his life. He specializes in conducting photographic aerial studies of infrastructure in its relation to land use, […]