Venice to Venice

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I really enjoyed this take on a casual skate session at Venice Beach… Nice one Lakai.  

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Talib Kweli Talks Brooklyn’s Gentrification & Food w/Anthony Bourdain

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For the final season of Anthony Bourdain‘s much loved “No Reservations,” the former chef turned author and TV host made sure to stop by the New York’s most populous borough, Brooklyn. Sitting down with Brooklyn native Talib Kweli, the two discuss how the borough has changed, both for the better and the worse.  Check out the short […]

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Damien Hirst’s ‘Verity’ makes waves in the UK

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Never one to shy away from controversy, British artist Damien Hirst recently erected Verity, a 20-meter-tall bronze statue near the North Devon town of Ilfracombe. After receiving 100 letters of objection and 177 letters of support of the artwork, the North Devon Council approved of its construction earlier this summer and the statue was installed on […]

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Consumer Barometer with Google

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The Consumer Barometer provides insight into how consumers use online and offline information sources in their purchase process. This is extremely useful for creative/media professionals for planning how their content is distributed. The site also allows for custom data entry for creating your own personal graph and or data map. I will be visiting this […]

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“Long Live The Kings” – A Moto Roadtrip

· · · · | art · Branding · Design · fashion · film + tv · sports · travel · Video

Directed by Clement Beauvais, “Long Live the Kings” follows Blitz Motorcycles on an incredible roadtrip captured on Super 16mm film. “You don’t really cross a mountain — it just lets you through,” are some of the opening words of the film. Kicking off their journey suited in Edwin Denim and cruising aboard three of the Blitz Motorcycles […]

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Mapbox | Open Mapping Platform

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MapBox builds tools for publishing fast and beautiful interactive maps for web and mobile devices. I can already imagine a wide array of uses for this cloud based open mapping platform. Check out their site for more info.

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