Daily Archives: Jun 25, 2010

Off the Deep End

The Las Vegas Sands Corp. welcomes another offspring into the world. The Marina Bay Sands Resort has officially opened in Singapore (complete with a grand opening concert from Diana Ross), overthrowing the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi as the most expensive hotel in the world. It impressively houses the world’s longest swimming pool at 150 meters long, […]

Hidden Characters

Art is in the eye of the beholder. In French artist Sandrine Estrade Boulet‘s eyes, she sees art and the potential for art where the normal eye doesn’t. Inspired by the urban art that surrounds her, Boulet makes regular objects strewn about the city come alive through her imagination and creates quirky “characters” that live among the other city dwellers. […]

Jenny and Johnny

Jenny and Johnny’s brand of melodic rock infused with the live-wire undercurrents of classic 90’s outfits like the Replacements and Pavement is refreshing in this era dominated by slick alienation of autotune and the amateur bleat of Lo-Fi. The duo of Jenny and Johnny wouldn’t be wholly remarkable unless the Jenny in this case was […]

Cool or Creepster? Meagan Fox in Interview

Meagan Fox once again exposes her off the wall side in the recent issue of Interview Magazine. Shot by Craig McDean. Also accompanying the shoot is the actual interview with interviewing duties done by none other than Mr. Hangover himself, Zach Galifinakis. Unique Hollywood insight  ensues. Maybe not quite hangover funny, but worth the read… […]

Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore (Mark Leckey)

This year sees the 10th anniversary of Mark Leckey‘s short film, Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore, perhaps the finest portrayal of British nightlife ever captured. Leckey is best known for his exhibition Industrial Light & Magic, which won the 2008 Turner prize. He had first appeared alongside Damien Hirst at the ICA’s New Contemporaries show in […]