Daily Archives: April 3, 2013


MEGGS – “Heavenly Creatures” Exhibition | Los Angeles

Melbourne-based artist, MEGGS, has traveled to various continents, promoting his work and showing his talent to wide range of audiences. His latest solo exhibition is slated for Los Angeles, at the leading contemporary gallery, Think Space. All new works will be displayed in the show entitled, Heavenly … READ MORE


Curtis Kulig x Saturdays Surf NYC – Love Me Prints

Multidisciplinary creative, Curtis Kulig, is well known for his Love Me campaign, amongst his photographic and illustrative works. The New York native was invited by Saturdays Surf NYC for a range of limited edition prints. All of the prints are an edition of 100; each signed and … READ MORE


Maestro Knows – “MKUSA” – Part 3 | Video

Third episode from the MKUSA four-part video series just went up online, chronicling the travels of Levi Maestro through the South. In this video, Levi and crew drove across Austin, Houston, and New Orleans, meeting and making friends along the way. Famed rapper Bun B and Matt … READ MORE


Hennessey – Venom GT Sets New World Top Speed Record | Video

It seems the world supremacy in the automotive industry is heating up. We posted about Weber Faster One, who claimed to take the title of the world’s fastest street-legal car from Bugatti Veyron Super Sport. Now, Hennessey Venom GT has recorded the world fastest top speed record … READ MORE


mastermind JAPAN x ONE PIECE x BEAMS – Desktop Real McCoy Figure

Having announced its retirement this season, mastermind JAPAN is still dropping high profile collaborations on a monthly basis. Surely, this must be one of the last toy collaborations, particularly if you are a ONE PIECE anime fan who may have collected their previous collaboration figures. This particular … READ MORE


“Indigo: The Colour That Changed the World” Book | By Catherine Legrand

Indigofera is a plant that is responsible for creating the beautiful indigo pigment used around the world. Although, the plant is not used exclusively to make the dye, a key ingredient has been passed down centuries in many corners of the world. Catherine Legrand documented the lengthy … READ MORE