Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Some of you have probably heard this already. I've been lazy about posting it, but I figured it's never too late. Animal Collective collaborated with Keep shoes on a line of sneakers. Along with the shoes, comes a limited edition tape of new jams from each member of Animal Collective. Here is Panda Bear's contribution, "The Preakness". (via Iguessi'mfloating)

Panda Bear - "The Preakness" by

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Busted!! Tommy Hilfiger lurking outside of Supreme. HAHAHAHA! (Shot by Patrick O'Dell, via
BKLYN Dry Goods has got you covered for the summer. From tie dye shirts to vintage bright plaid Gothcha shirts. BKLYN Dry Goods host monthly vintage pop up shops around NYC and recently launched an online vintage store. Instead of having to pay high rents with a vintage shop, they keep the inventory tight and prices low.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Blank City is a love letter to a long lost NYC. A period "in the late 1970's and mid 80's, when the city was still a wasteland of cheap rent and cheap drugs." From this time period came a lot of amazing art, from Basquiat to Jim Jarmusch to Television. This documentary captures the beginnings of independent cinema, of "No Wave Cinema" and the "Cinema of Transgression".

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

New Balance announced its new Custom 574 program.  It's NB’s first ever customizable sneaker and made in the USA. Pretty cool opportunity to design your own shoes plus it only takes a week or so to get them back. Just don't go crazy with the colors! Check out the process below. (via Highsnobiety)

Monday, April 4, 2011

Check out Julia Chiang's first solo exhibition, "Security is Mostly a Superstition" at Half Gallery from April 5 to May 2. The opening reception is on April 5 from 6-8. "Chiang will present a room-size installation of white chains, ranging in length from five- to thirty-feet, made from handcrafted ceramic links. At once a measurement of distance and tether, the chains seemingly restrain and protect a sacred space imagined by the artist."