A strong, odd, but creatively good piece of editorial content with the title: “If you don’t know what a word means look it up in the dictionary.” Shot by Colin Dodgson and styled by Alastair McKimm with pieces from Dior Homme, Adidas, Givenchy and more, for the upcoming Winter 2012 issue of i-D Magazine.
Been Trill is a strong collective of artists featuring Matthew Williams, Virgil Abloh, Heron Preston, Justin Saunders and YWP. They are artists, art directors, visual curators and designers first and DJs second. They joined together with Stussy to release a small capsule of items on Stussy.com. The offering features iconic Stussy graphics mixed with Been Trill’s visual language. And last but not least, a little dutch flavour in the form of creative collective Illuminatie AMS is featured in this lookbook as well. Stussy Collection
Are you a talented, young and driven person who just don’t give a fuck. We are looking for several interns, starting from the first of februari. It could be a Video Editor, Project Manager, Copy Writer or Communication Internship. Just email us via Jobs@dough-nut.com for more information or send us your résumé and digital portfolio.
German artist Katrin Korfmann is presenting her latest photographic work ‘Kolorit’ at Kai Hilgemann gallery in Berlin. Korfmann documents the hindu ritual known as the ‘holi’ festival. The event is a celebration of color and the welcoming of the new spring season, the iconic tradition sees thousands of people catapult pigmented powder and perfume at one another. Source: Designboom.com
Black Friday needs to have a Black flavoured Dough’But ofcourse. And we did not think small.
The creatives from Hypebeast manipulated the familiar urban landscapes through playing with gravity and the regular point of view to create an amazing editorial for the HUF fall / winter collection 2012.
Sergei Vasiliev was born in 1937 in Chelyabinsk, Russia. After graduating from the MVD Academy, Moscow, he became a staff photographer for the newspaper ‘Vecherny Chelyabinsk’, where he has worked for the past thirty years. With the great work from Sergei, FUEL published the Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopedia in three volumes in 2003, 2006 and 2008 respectively. A few copies are still available for around 800 euro’s, if you are really lucky. But for those who aren’t, the Saatchi Gallery in…
Spanish street artist SpY whose first endeavors date back to the mid-eighties, creates in our everyday environment in such a simple way eye-opening installations. SpY’s pieces want to be a parenthesis in the automated inertia of the urban dweller. They are pinches of intention, hidden in a corner for whoever wants to let himself be surprised. Source: Vorm Platform