Beloved Shirts – the creator of some of the most eclectic and necessary sweatshirts and phone cases I have come across – was started in the winter of 2012 by a guy names Jeremiah Robinson. Coby, a company rep, explains “We try to envision designs that will look incredible and will shock people in a … Read more
Los Angeles photographer Alex Aristei has a niche talent for making his subjects look natural, no matter what setting they are in. From client work – the Getty Museum, Hurley, Nike, LACMA, Vogue, and Glamour Magazine among many more – to his personal projects, the images beam with vibes of a laid-back yet beautiful culture. … Read more
Marc Donahue of Permagrin Films knew that one GoPro would never be enough. In this video, the amateur filmmakers shows off his half-circle grouping of 15 GoPro cameras that can simultaneously capture a single shot. This camera set-up slows the most simple actions like riding a bike or jumping into something straight out of The … Read more
Joanna Lemanska is an art historian living in the City of Light. Having explored Paris for the last four years, she sees the city in a whole new light. Unlike typical shots of Parisian monuments or clichéd cityscapes, Lemanska uses naturally-occurring reflections to capture unique views. Her mirrored images create serene moments of time, so her images … Read more
A common question I get when showing friends the city of San Francisco: “Hey, what’s that bridge over there? Is that the ‘Golden Gate Bridge‘?” My response: “No, that’s the ‘Bay Bridge‘. It connects San Francisco and Oakland and there’s really nothing too special about it.” It’s true, the Bay Bridge has always been in … Read more
It‘s about where your mind‘s at. It‘s about where you left your soul These are the words that photographer Carsten Jamrow uses to approach not only his work, but his life. The internationally awarded German photographer has worked for clients like Adidas, Nintendo and BMW, but his independent work combined different passions in his manner … Read more
Internationally renown artist Leo Villareal has created The Bay Lights, a light sculpture set to bathe the Bay Bridge’s western side in brightness with 25,000 LEDs (approximately $18 million). Each light is individually programmed, and you’ll be able to see the resulting display of patterns and animations from miles away; the show will go on for … Read more
French designers Quentin and Thomas have created these awesome works of food art that challenge the way we think about perhaps the most common food on the planet, next to pizza. Check out their site fatandfuriousburger.com if you’re hungry for more.
Sarah Ann Wright is a previous student of photography and design who conceptualizes all of her work through a dream-heavy looking glass. Her pieces span across the realms of fashion, portrait, landscape and conceptual.
Following an incredible performance at Coachella 2011, Arcade Fire did not cease to push the 80,000 person crowd’s amazement even further by dropping 1,200 beach ball sized led orbs during the “Wake Up” encore. Canadian pop-duo, Purity Ring has taken the crowd’s breath away at each show on their current tour with 20 controlled light … Read more
“Innovative” and “impressive” are just some of the words describing student Ondrej Jirec’s cutting edge design of a Lamborghini. The senior from the Arts Center College of Design is being lauded by car designers worldwide for his computer generated concept, titled the “Lamborghini Peridigon.” The creation is heavily influenced by military aircraft, in particular the … Read more