Tuesday, December 20, 2011



(in no particular order)
Bon Iver - Bon Iver
Cerebral Ballzy - S/T
Josh T. Pearson - Last of The Country Gentlemen
How To Dress Well - Just Once EP
Asap Rocky – liveloveA$APA
WU LYF - Go Tell Fire To The Mountain
Prurient - Bermuda Drain
Terius Nash – 1977
Pictureplane – Post Physical
Kate Bush - 50 Words For Snow
Tim Hecker - Ravedeath, 1972
The War on Drugs - Slave Ambient
The Field - Looping State of Mind
Gang Gang Dance - Eye Contact
Julianna Barwick - The Magic Place
Jay-Z / Kanye West -Watch the Throne
Drake - Take Care
Tom Waits - Bad As Me
Gui Boratto - III
Rustie - Glass Swords

Monday, December 19, 2011

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

It's always real

Possibly the final night of freedom before X Mas retail hell consumes me.
Vanessa. Hangz. Ryan McGinley Exhibition. Eats. Cocktails.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011


I saw Jenny from Warpaint wearing this Adidas hoodie.
I've even emailed Adidas asking for help.
if anyone can find it for me size L.
I will love you more than words.


Monday, December 12, 2011

Parakeets, 2011 - Ryan McGinley

8 things I want for Christmas

Who plans a photobooth?

My good friend Kristen takes photos of herself alot.
She always looks cool. I always like her pics.
These are my favorites.
I asked her to comment on the feature and she just said "I am bored and take a lot of photos of myself"

Saturday, December 10, 2011

So fuckin hyped

The orriginal was just OK.
No idea why Fincher wanted to remake it so quickly...then again I didn't know why he wanted to make 'that Facebook movie'. That turned out to be a masterpiece. So yeah Sweden. Snow. 3hour Trent Reznor score. I have faith. This is gonna be dark.
I'm going night it's released.

1 piece

Boxpark OnePiece store is opening on 1st Dec in the exclusive Shoreditch Boxpark site in London. A shopping experience made up of 60 customised containers.

Story is:

One early Sunday morning in 2007, Henrik, Knut and Thomas, three Norwegians in their twenties, fantasized about the ultimate chill-out wear that would be perfect for a lazy day at home.

They all agreed on the merits of the sweatsuit for recovering from a night on the town. "But without the tight waistband and the pressure to go jogging," Thomas said. Knut had been staring at a light bulb when, eureka, it all became clear:
"Why not sew together a hooded sweatshirt and a pair of sweatpants? Let's make it so big that no one in their right mind would think of working out."
"If we can skip the waistband, I'm all for it," said Thomas. "But how are we going to get into it?"
"No sweat," replied Henrik, "we'll just put in a big zipper."

And with that the OnePiece Jump In was born. The three friends dropped everything and invested all their savings to realize an idea they believed was unique and brilliant. They made the loose-fitting, all-in-one hooded sweatsuits in soft, thick cotton fleece in a wide variety of colours and patterns.