Daily Video: Hanni El Khatib “Penny”

If you’ve yet to hear Hanni El Khatib’s latest album, Head in the Dirt which dropped in April, I strongly suggest checking it out. The ex-HUF creative director recently unveiled some funny new visuals for Penny. Directed by Simon Cahn, the video takes place in a prison where a bunch of hardened criminals get jiggy to HEK’s music. Read more...

A Foldable New Fender from WIT Industries

Recently I’ve been seeing more and more blogs tout the Ass Saver, but if you ask me, the best easy-to-install, foldable plastic bike fenders that actually do keep your ass (and back) dry comes from Dutch company, WIT Industries. They’re latest product, the Fendor-Bendor 3 is an updated version of their original plastic fender that not only folds up into a smaller size, is more durable, and comes with a velcro strap to make sure it stays put, but also costs the same as its older brother at €14.95. It’s available now throught WIT’s online shop in a range of colours and styles. More images below. Read more...

One Man

One Man is a short film about a man, a one-man band that is lonely and down on his luck who can’t seem to get a break. However, on this day everything changes. I won’t spoil it for you, but it’s a happy ending. The film which won an award at Cannes was directed by Matt Rhodes, was written by Tony Pipes and stars Rob Jarvis. Read more...

[Sponsored] Prodigy’s New Clothing Line @ PLNDR

Members-only flash sale site PLNDR has joined forces with none other than Prodigy of Mobb Deep to produce a new line of clothing. “2013 marks Mobb Deep’s 20th Anniversary and PLNDR.com’s milestone of 3 million members. It’s no surprise then that Prodigy teamed up with Karmaloop and its hugely popular members-only site, to celebrate both achievements with an exclusive capsule collection. “The inspiration for the images is my life.  It’s about what I like, what I do and what I like to wear.  The images are inspired by what’s in my head. I thought it would be great to be able to wear my thoughts,” said Prodigy. With themes of death, good vs. evil, Illuminati, and more – the collection is literally a visual representation of Prodigy’s most heralded verses. “When we were looking at collaborations with artists, Prodigy was a no-brainer. His creativity and lyricism is unmatched – and that’s something that we wanted to showcase to the entire Karmaloop family and community,” said Heather C. White, Digital Strategist.” Check out the goods here. Read more...