Part 1 of J. Cole’s Bornsinner.com series; a conceptual digital platform created by the Dreamville collective. The first installment documents the day rapper J.Cole retired his mother Kay Cole from her job at the United States Postal Service. To view video [Read more...]
Get a closer look at the upcoming release of the Nike Air Max 1 FB Pack, dropping in two eye-catching colorways. After recent releases the likes of the “Home Turf” London and an Engineered Mesh Pack that showcase Nike’s technical prowess, the AM1 FB Pack returns with two strong colorways across their mesh, leather, and rubber builds, including a Black/Pink Flash/Mint and a Metallic Silver/Current Blue, both rocking the pop long their full-length mudguard. The Air Max units also pick up some complementary colors down in the crisp, white midsoles, but the Swoosh stamped inside the in-sole ratchet back up the heat. Peep them HERE
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A comparison about what represent 200 calories depending of the food in your plate: apple, peppers, avocados, chips, beans, leeks, eggs, bread, bacon, cereal, candy, donuts, fries, hamburger, etc.. A good way to understand and realize that nutrition unit, knowing that (simplifying) an adult would need an average of 2000 calories per day. Interesting check it out [Read more...]
To promote the eco-conscious thinking behind Volkswagen’s BlueMotion brand, they developed a print insert that helps save paper! via InterestingSomethings
A story of pirates in Somalia. via InterestingSomethings
This film meets Ricky Powell, a native New Yorker whose photographs of iconic people such as the Beastie Boys, Keith Haring and Cindy Crawford made him a pivotal figure in the downtown party scene during the ’80s and ’90s.
Now 50, Ricky’s lust for photography and music is still strong. Through his eccentricities such as his love for a transistor radio and feeding squirrels in the park, we gain an insight into his everyday life. Retrospective of New York City and how it has changed over his lifetime, he shows us around the city and contemplates what the future holds. *Directed by Will Robson-Scott via InterestingSomethings
Mayor Bloomberg’s plan to ban servings over 16 oz.’s goes to a vote at the city’s Board of Health this Thursday. In response to the potential ban, Mountain Dew partnered up with the New York Art Department to launch “Prohibition: New York City,” a subtle outdoor pop-art campaign featuring giant 17 oz. cans of Mountain Dew. The suggestive images, plastered in various high-traffic spots in NYC, serve as an interesting example of creative and commercial art converging as a means of sharing a perspective. Viewers are encouraged to discuss their thoughts and share their pictures of the campaign on Twitter and Instagram tagged #dewyorkcity.