Namibian Nights

Check out this short, one-minute timelapse video that’s too breathtaking to even begin describing. It was shot at night in Namibia and director Marsel van Oosten used material he shot over a two-year period sifting through more than 16 000 images. The video won First Prize in the 2012 Travel Photographer Of The Year Awards. And rightfully so. Read more...

David Saxe ‘Hollywood Beach’

Hollywood Beach is an ongoing series of images by Florida-based photographer, David Saxe. The project captures life in the town of Hollywood Beach, a city just south of Ft. Lauderdale. The images reveal life surrounding the town’s boardwalk, a mile-long stretch with an endless series of cheap beach food joints, swimsuit stores, bars, souvenir shops, cheap motels facing east toward the ocean, and lots of overweight folks in swimwear. More images below. Read more...

Warriors of Radness 2013 Spring Lookbook

Warriors of Radness present their new lookbook for Spring. As always, the Cali label takes inspiration from the beach, the sun, sand, surf, and lazy afternoons, creating a collection of sun-drenched spring gear for the beach bums and surf punks in all of us. Items include patterned tank tops, tees, shorts, jogging pants, anoraks, shirts, zip hoodies and more. Take a look at more images below. Read more...

New Mural by Eduardo Kobra in Sao Paulo

In a tribute to Brazilian architect, Oscar Niemayer who passed away in December at the age of 104, Brazilian street artist, Eduardo Kobra erected this massive mural of Niemeyer. Measuring 52 meters high and 16 meters wide, it covers the side of a high-rise building located on one of Sao Paulo’s busiest streets, Paulista Avenue, and was completed over the course of over two weeks with the participation of Kobra and four other artists, who worked six hours a day on the enormous and intricate piece which was inspired by Niemeyer’s architecture. Take a closer look at the mural below. Read more...

Daily Video: Frightened Rabbits “Today’s Cross”

Scottish rock band, Frightened Rabbit released their fourth album yesterday, Pedestrian Verse, but strangely the track for their latest video, Today’s Cross is absent from it. Directed by Ian Greenhill and Jordan Laird, the amusing video reveals what it would be like for Jesus to get writer’s block. Read more...