Here and There is a set of maps of NYC first created in 2009 by designers Jack Schulze and Matt Webb of design agency, BERG. Looking like something straight out of Inception (albeit designed a year prior to the film’s release) it shows Manhattan unfurl before your eyes like a huge sheet of paper being pulled off a spool. The pair of maps have been made available as two full-size posters measuring 3 feet x 2 feet and can be purchased for a very reasonable ¬£99 for the two. Order yours here.
Check out the second print below.
BLU recently released a new video for Vanity from his album, Her Favorite Colo(u)r. Directing credits go to Chimp.
While Creep Street put together a lookbook of their own for the Murder We Wrote collection, we thought we’d give it a go and shoot one ourselves just for fun. Long-time readers of the site might recall that we put together a few in the past like this one for Mishka or this one for REBEL8.
Once again we teamed up with photographer and good friend, Barnie who shot the mash fam in a meat freezer wearing the goods from the new collection surrounded by raw rumps, ribs and other bloody farm animal parts…
Check out the lookbook below and pick up the new collection through Creep Street’s online shop.
Drape is a project from Eva Stenram which utilizes vintage pin-up photographs as its source material. The London-based visual artist sought out images, mainly from the ’60s, in which women pose in (semi) domestic sets in front of curtains or drapes. Manipulating these images she extended the curtains to partially obscure the women and at the same time lend a suggestive quality to them while also purposefully looking fake and set up.
More images below.
Vhils’ new exhibit, Fragmentos opened over the weekend in Brazil at Rio de Janeiro’s Clark Art Center. The show consists of fifteen new works along with large-scale murals which were created in four locations throughout the city. In the video above, take a look at Vhils in action preparing for the show.