In Plaid on 07/03/2012 at 9:53 AM
The NBA and Quiksilver, the world’s leading manufacturer of surf apparel, will create a line of NBA branded board shorts made with not only the world’s greatest basketball players in mind but also for the “morgantown” pavement surfers. Available for your summer Rockaway beach Sundays and surfing season, the initial collection will feature the Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, New York Knicks and the Orlando Magic. Get one while you can at any Quiksilver store locations nationwide, select retailer partners and soon at the NBAStore.com. NBA board shorts feature Quiksilver’s “Diamond Dobby” fabric technology along with other innovative design elements from the company’s “cooler than thou” board shorts. Created for and worn by the world’s best surfers. Don’t get caught chilling around men in grey suits this summer, hell nah brah.
In Mixed Tapes on 09/22/2011 at 5:37 PM
Dead Ghosts are the reason your girlfriend left you. Ignited by cheap beer, the four-piece band from Vancouver makes rowdy songs to shake your long hair to. Dead Ghosts’ debut 7″ single ‘what to do/god only knows’ is Off The Hook. Raw Vancouver weirdness filled with sweet guitar pluck-and-jangle and doo-woppy choruses. “ I Want Your Love” and “What to Do” are not to miss. Some might say Floridas dying, i say it’s dead. Dead Ghosts.
In Mixed Tapes on 09/01/2011 at 11:40 PM
Impossible Project has one concrete aim: To keep the magic of analog Instant Photography alive by inventing and producing new instant film materials for Vintage Polaroid cameras. The mission was not to re-build Polaroid film but to develop a new product with new characteristics. Finding new solutions for replacing problematic or unavailable components to carry Instant Film production into the 21st century. Impossible has also opened Project Spaces in New York City, Tokyo and Vienna that serve as vivid hubs for analog instant photography. Not only carrying all available analog films and cameras, but also feature exhibitions of a wide range of artistic projects of artists including Nobuyoshi Araki, Adam Goldberg and Ryan McGinley. The Future is analogue. Polaroid me?
The Impossible Project