Brad Pitt has always been known to have a great sense of style from his early days as a rising star to recent years as a Hollywood heavyweight. Mr. Pitt has taken a liking to the Vans OTW Collection lately - this week he was spotted rocking a pair of the Bedford in white at a movie screening with his kids, and in May Tyler Durden ("Fight Club" reference) was rocking the moon grey Alomar on the red carpet at
Anonymous art group TrustoCorp takes their "social commentary meets art campaign" to Los Angeles this time around taking over bus benches with fake ads parodying popular tv shows and created a series of star stencils featuring trappings and cliches of the film industry. Check it all out after the jump, enjoy!
Nordic film makers have been on the rise for a past few years delivering some truly unique and interesting films adding their own sense of dark humor and really well made action so ID:A is no exception. Enjoy the crazy action cuts trailer above.
Ian Glaubinger created these illustrations based on one liners from a few of Arnold Schwarzenegger's films. Which films did he reference? Check out all of the one liners at thaeger.
Tom Hanks is one of America's favorite actors - starring in several award-winning films in his 30-year-plus acting career. Aside from being immortalized on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1992 and in our minds as Forest Gump, Woody or any other of his popular movie characters, recently his likeness has been seen on New York's Lower East Side walls - Banksy style. An artist who tags their works as "Hanksy" has remixed Banksy's work by integrating Hanks' mug into
Stephen Wilkes captures New York's transition from daylight to moonlight in one picture for his photo exhibition "Day to Night". Wilkes took pictures for up to 15 hours at each location and merged the each set of photos into a single frame. "Day to Night" opens September 8 and runs until October 29 at ClampArt Gallery in New York. Get a sneak peak of the show at the gallery's website.
South Korean artist Limee Young makes complex kinetic sculptures using steel, cpu's, conductors, microprocessors, cogs , and other mechanical components resulting in truly mesmerizing object to view but not for any practical use...Check out a few images and a video of one of the sculptures in motion. More after the jump!
172 movie clips of people demanding silence spliced together into one supercut. Amazing.
SNAV checks in and this time he's chillin' with Ninjasonik at Prohibit in New York! Get his full update after the jump!I was on my usual NY rounds and made my way down to one of the top boutiques in NYC which is Prohibit. It’s located down in the lower side at 152 Allen Street. If you are looking for some cool cut and sew gear, Prohibit won’t let you down.While I was down there I had a chance to
Flashback to SXSW! This clip is from the Vans showcase at the festival hosted at Emo's. The line-up included Talib Kweli, The Black Lips, Bad Brains, OFF!, Trash Talk and The Stripminers. Check out Talib's 40-minute set below:Catch the rest of the show and all of our webcasts at our official Stickam page.