Luiza Villar

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In At Random on 03/21/2011 at 2:08 PM

There is something about blank walls. The white walls in your apartment have nothing to do with minimalistic aesthetics, I am sure. Hopefully you have some windows. Maybe a blank canvas is inspiring, yeah maybe for like 5 minutes. Do something about it dude, or else!


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In Plaid on 03/15/2011 at 5:08 PM

Brooklyn local designer Samantha Pleet’s namesake collection has quickly become fashion staple to creative minds. The eco-conscious clothes have been heard to occupy significant space on the closets of the girls on your iTunes’ latest played list. Music, art and literature all come together to inspire Pleet’s unorthodox aesthetics making for a line suited for a Neo-Noir muse. Her collaborative effort with Urban Outfitters on line “Rapscallion by Samantha Pleet” is also worth a screening. Spellbound yet?


Mixed Tapes: Guards

In Mixed Tapes on 03/01/2011 at 8:33 PM

Guards came about when Richie Follin wrote and recorded songs for his younger sister, Madeline of the band Cults, but ended up singing on the songs himself. A “Tweet” from Cults turned the low-key project into a social media musical sensation and unintentionally woke up the dead. The self-titled EP of cryptic pop is available for free download on the Band Camp website. Songs “Don’t Wake The Dead” and “I See It Coming” are not to miss. Did you see it coming?