Monday, April 30, 2012


The urban invasion has begun. Street artist Invader travels around the globe adding a touch of retrogaming swag to the daily citylife routine.
Invader’s minimalist images evoke the infinite permutation of the digital image through the redistribution of a methodological coloured pixel in a grid. Playful and minimalist, the space invader stuck to the wall is a reference for the collective imagination which creates an empathetic link between the mosaics and the city they are in.
To this date, the artist has invaded more than 80 cities throughout the world, connecting them through a web of space invaders he managed to turn into a collective online game. Rad, rad, rad.

bande sonore by Toby Screamer

Friday, April 27, 2012


New videography techniques have opened up the oceans' microscopic ecosystem, revealing it to be both mesmerizingly beautiful and astoundingly complex.
Marine biologist Tierney Thys teamed with Christian Sardet , Noé Sardet and Sharif Mirshak to blow our mind up with some trippy footages about this crazy hidden world that underpins our own food chain.


Wednesday, April 25, 2012


Flat Eric is finally out of jail and enjoying his day in some secret tropical destination.

Be sneaky and steal your 12" array ghetto blaster at

Saturday, April 21, 2012


iBamboo is a natural speaker made from a single natural material, bamboo. The natural resonance of the bamboo amplifies the sound produced by the built-in speaker in the iPhone. It is 100% eco-friendly, efficient to manufacture, and produces little waste. These speakers combine the high-tech of the modern day with the simplicity and aesthetics of nature. Since bamboo is a natural material, no two iBamboos are alike. Every piece has the same functional parameters, but each one is unique in its appearance and beauty. As an added benefit, iBamboo improves the feng-shui of your desk or whatever other place you put it.

Despite being made from a material considered stronger than some plastics and metal, users seem worried that the beautifully simple iPhone amplification device may get damaged if made part of their regular travel kit. So here's the new iBamboo Urban design, which is shaped just like its natural elder but is made from recycled plastic. 

Friday, April 20, 2012


Since i bought his breakthrough LP Asa Breed in 2007 and played the third track on it, I immediatly twigged that Mattew Dear is not from Detroit but from another galaxy. Depending on whom you ask, he is a DJ, a dance-music producer, an experimental pop artist, a bandleader. Co-founder of the Ghostly International label and its dancefloor offshoot, Spectral Sound, he maintains four aliases (Audion, False, Jabberjaw, and Matthew Dear), each with its own style and distinct visual identity. He straddles multiple musical worlds and belongs to none—and he’s just hitting his stride.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012


You can call it post apocalyptic scenario, or ghost town on a large scale, or just another disgrace of mankind: it's The Salton Sea, a shallow, saline, endorheic rift lake located directly on the San Andreas Fault, and one of the world's largest inland seas and lowest spots on earth (-227 below sea level).
Ransom Riggs, an American writer and filmmaker best known for the book Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, went there and filmed his suggestions.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012


A PhD in Facial Hair
Created by: Online PhD

Saturday, April 14, 2012


Surfer Magazine came out with the 2012 Hot 100 Movie. Featuring the best young surfers in locations all over the globe, the movie is a mind-blowing distillation of the best of the current crop of future stars.
Go to ro download the movie for freeeeeee.

01. "Blood on the Deck" by Thee Oh Sees
02. "Cloud Nine" by Blackfeet Braves
03. "Slave Exchange" by Lil Daggers
04. "Trippin' Like I Do" by Blackfeet Braves
05. "DTV" by Natural Child
06. "The Dream" by Thee Oh Sees
07. "Run Me Over" by The Babies
08. "Long Live Dry Feet" by Dry Feet
09. "Aphrodite" by Phèdre
10. "Oh" by Fidlar
11. "Body Cold" by White Fence

Wednesday, April 11, 2012


Today Ed Banger records announced the release of Breakbot's first "By your side" on September 2012 and by doing this they also decided to make a little downloadable present to all of us.
Teleport to 1984 in three... two... one...

Tuesday, April 10, 2012


If get asked about who the father of personal computers is, most of people may probably name Conrad Zuse, or Bill Gates and his early mentor Ed Roberts. Well if we focus on the word "personal", they could be wrong.
Yesterday Jack Tramiel, The Polish-born American businessman best known for founding Commodore International passed away at the age of 83, and he's probably the one who we should point our finger at. His life is an extraordinary example of initiative, commitment and work ethic.

After the German invasion of Poland in 1939 his family was transported by German occupiers to the Jewish ghetto in Łódź, where he worked in a garment factory. When the ghettos were liquidated his family was sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp.
In November 1947, Tramiel emigrated to the United States. He soon joined the U.S. Army, where he learned how to repair office equipment, including typewriters.
In 1955, Tramiel signed a deal with a Czechoslovak company to assemble and sell their typewriters in North America. However, as Czechoslovakia was part of the Warsaw Pact, they could not be imported directly into the U.S., so Tramiel set up Commodore Business Machines in Toronto. Tramiel wanted a military-style name for his company, but names like Admiral and General were already taken, so he settled on the Commodore name.
When Commodore released its first calculators, combining an LED display from Bowmar and an integrated circuit from Texas Instruments it found a ready market, but one day their lead designer, Chuck Peddle, told Tramiel that calculators were a dead end and computers were the future, so he was told to build one to prove the point.
Peddle responded with the Commodore PET, based on his company's MOS Technology 6502 processor. It was nothing but an instant success.
As prices dropped and the market matured, the monochrome (green text on black screen) PET was at a disadvantage in the market when compared to machines like the Apple II and Atari 800, which offered color graphics, and could be hooked to a television as an inexpensive display. Commodore responded with the VIC-20, the first personal computer to sell one million units, and then with the Commodore 64, which with several million units sold would go on to be the best-selling home computer of all time. It was during this time period that Tramiel coined the famous phrase, "We need to build computers for the masses, not the classes."
Thank you Jack.

Sunday, April 8, 2012


Fortunately this is not the Rainbow Road (the sickest racetrack in the history of racing games) but something much more enjoyable: it's Olafur Eliasson's highly anticipated new installation 'Your Rainbow Panorama', set to open to the public on may 28th.

The permanent elevated structure provides a 360º view of the city of århus, Denmark. Suspended between the city and the sky, the viewing platform insists on the sensory engagement of those who enter it.
The continuously circular pathway sits on top of and proportionality compliments the ARoS museum of art, designed by schmidt hammer lassen in 2007. measuring 150 meters around, the transparent glass unit is designed to act as a visual compass for the city, its colors marking the physical location of each visitor.
Representing every color in the spectrum, the design looks to enter into a cohesive dialogue between the exiting architecture and the surrounding city. virtually erasing the boundaries between indoors and out, the encompassing environment aims to question the comfortable limits for which people are accustomed to moving.
enveloped in the rainbow-like atmosphere, the user produces afterimages in hues complimentary to the colors that surround them, altering and defining the perception of the city that lies below.

Images courtesy of studio Olafur Eliasson

Saturday, April 7, 2012


We already put to your attention the unbleieveble sound knowledge of the London based duo C90s. We hate to talk about the same artist more than once, but their last mixtape is such an ensamble of epic vibes that we had no choice but to share it.
Have a funky weekend everyone.

Good Guy Mikesh & Filburt - Gold Snake
Slugabed - Sex
Softwar - August
Pollyester - Voices (Pional Remix)
TEED - Tapes & Money (Casino Times Remix)
Eats Everything and Lukas present The Eel - 0200
Kraak & Smaak - This Feeling
Debonair - Your Love
Crazy P - Changes (Hot Toddy Remix)
Jessie Ware - Running (Disclosure Remix)
NTEIBINT - Jackpot
Scuola Furano - On Fire (Herr Styler Remix)
Dirty Vegas - Emma (Tim Goldsworthy Instrumental)

Thursday, April 5, 2012


A small company named Google today made a big time rumor official: Project Glass is on its way to our society, which is as cool for its pure hi-tech aspect, as scary for many others.
Mankind prepare to be like space insectoids: a big organized and interconnected collective under total control of the hive mind.

"We think technology should work for you—to be there when you need it and get out of your way when you don’t.
A group of us from Google[x] started Project Glass to build this kind of technology, one that helps you explore and share your world, putting you back in the moment. We’re sharing this information now because we want to start a conversation and learn from your valuable input. So we took a few design photos to show what this technology could look like and created a video to demonstrate what it might enable you to do."

Tuesday, April 3, 2012


Ridley Scott is back and fortunately it's not for a remake, but for a prequel named Prometheus, starring Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Idris Elba, Logan Marshall-Green and the lovely Charlize Theron. It's the prequel of all prequels... it's the prequel of the Alien saga.
The only things that we acknowledged from the trailer is that a team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth, leading them on a thrilling journey to the darkest corners of the universe
Tell you what i will do on the 8th of June: I'll grab a huge bucket of popcorns and shut down my phone for a couple of hours. What about that.

Sunday, April 1, 2012


Riusuke Fukahori's London debut exhibition "Goldfish Salvation" transforms ICN gallery into the world of goldfish. When struggling with artistic vision, Fukahori's pet goldfish became his inspiration and ever since his passion and lifelong theme. His unique style of painting uses acrylic on clear resin which is poured into containers, resulting in a three-dimensional appearance and lifelike vitality.
Cast in a variety of vessels - from large sushi basins to the hollow insides of black bamboo - these kind of "living sculptures" are a delicate balance between painting and sculpture. The artist's meticulous attention to detail coupled with the tedious nature of the style creates highly dynamic three-dimensional pieces that capture the delicacy and animated nature of the fish.