THE last time a major East Coast American city rioted in the way Baltimore did last night was in 1968, after the murder of Martin Luther King junior. In the neighbourhoods of West Baltimore, where the broken glass and burning cars are...Show More Summary
In this new episode of SKEE TV’s ‘Mixing-A-Masterpiece’ series, they join Glasses Malone and Kendrick Lamar at Skip Saylor studios during the sessions for their new track “Thuggin”. Glasses and K.Dot discuss their longtime friendship and their approach to the subject matter of the song. Listen to “Thuggin” here. Previously: Kendrick Lamar Covers Mass Appeal
In the downtown location, the visitor is on display, through floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and the seasonal menu strives for lightness.
Spanish architects Marta Alonso Yebra and Imanol Calderón Elósegui of the MAYICE design studio produce colorful light boxes that resemble colored glass but actually consist of melted gummy bears. To create the light boxes the architects first separate the (Haribo brand) gummy bears by color. The bears are then melted to create gelatinous paint, which […]
VideoA confession: I am color blind. It's not I can't see any colors—I had actually lived most of my life without being a bit aware of my condition—but when I'm presented with one of those tests where a jumble of different colored dots supposedly spell out a specific number, I'm usually [...]
It's been 10 years, and it's still one of the most essential surf films out there. Proud to be involved in what Andrew's doing and to further this vision of surfing that encompasses more than the 'sport', it touches on the should. Copies of the DVD are still available if you don't have it, email info @ foamandfunction.com. If you do have it, watch it tonight.
For several years now, tech companies have been at work to develop clear solar panels that can double as windows—but the Current Window provides a gorgeous stained glass twist on that idea. Created by Dutch designer Marjan van Aubel, the window an by
On May 11th, Bishop Nehru will be dropping an 8-track project called Nehruvia: The Nehruvian EP, a collection of tracks that he has deemed “too raw sonically for the album”. Two previously released cuts, “Harmony In A Glass” and “Breath (Prana/$pirit)” will appear on the EP, which will be available through Mass Appeal Records. Hit the jump […]
Post by Liz Alterman. Everyone loves to extol the virtues of wine. Sure, it can take the edge off, but does it really have the health benefits that some wine lovers claim? And, if so, how much should you be consuming and what's it actually...Show More Summary
After the Washington Wizards quite easily swept the Toronto Raptors in the first round of the 2015 NBA playoffs, they were rewarded by their owner with front row seats behind the glass (protecting the assets) to the Game 7 match-up between the Washington Capitals and New York Islanders. From left to right is Marcin Gortat, […]
Microsoft is still seeding preview builds of Windows 10 so it goes without saying that the new software is not exactly finished. The company is expected to release Windows 10 later this year but until then it will continue with the preview program so that people can test out the new software as Microsoft puts the finishing touches. Show More Summary
Even as the first Apple Watches start appearing on the wrists of those lucky enough to snag one early, questions around the usefulness of the device are already popping up. In a piece in the Wall Street Journal on Friday, Geoffrey Fowler...Show More Summary
San Francisco, 1919. "Cole auto." Climb in, if you can figure out how. The yard last seen here. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.
The Executive Director of the Penumbra Foundation shows off his 19th century glass collection…
21 grams (a reference to the notion that the human soul weighs 21 grams) is a project created by artist Mark Sturkenboom that immortalizes your deceased husband's ashes in a "memory box", so you can still have an intimate night with him even after he's long gone. Show More Summary
Designer Mark Sturkenboom came up with the idea as a way to remember our departed loves by shoving them all up in there. So much for "Rest in Peace." (via Mark Sturkenboom) How many times have you looked at the urn on your mantlepiece and thought, "Ho hum?" If you're like most bereaved people, the answer is thousands. Show More Summary
Washington, D.C., 1938. "Marie Passapae, C. Coy Honsaker" is all it says here. Are there enough clues to tell us what's going on? 4x5 glass negative. View full size.
This contemporary residence, with warming wood treatments and walls of glass, was originally designed as a minimalist artist’s retreat by architect David Hertz in the late 1980s. A floating glass staircase and a lounge with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace are among updates to the duplex, which includes...
Designer Mark Sturkenboom's "21 Grams" is a glass dildo containing the ashes of a dead person. It's storied in an exquisitely-crafted box integrating a perfume diffuser and iPhone amplifier to trigger memories of the lost loved one. Read the rest
Ball-Nogues Studio developed an advanced kind of papier-mâché to create a compostable pulp pavilion at Coachella. The Los Angeles studio Ball-Nogues is known for making architectural installations out of unlikely materials: glass beads, stainless steel orbs, and even T-shirts and coffee tables. Now it has moved on to paper pulp. Read Full Story