Kyrie Irving revealed two more never before seen colorways of his new Nike Kyrie 4 on the road in Memphis this past weekend. The sneakers consist of white-based renditions, as a glow-in-the-dark pair was featured during pregame and followed by an icy translucent outsole edition for the actual game. Irving went on to score 20 points and dish 6 assists in the Celtics 102-93 victory over the Grizzlies.
This Mixtape Monday is a toast to the DJ’s with the deep crates.
From party sets to chilled out mixes and the best in new tunes, this week’s talents are dedicated to finding, sharing and creating some of the best music around.
Suzi Analogue and B. Cool-Aid start things off with an exclusive mix for Radar Radio and Darker Than Wax. DJ Stylus preps for the winter months with Autumn’s End, GonesTheDJ is back with another Ghetto Blaster and SWS represent for the land down under.
Ever watch a whole season of your favorite TV show just to have a friend casually tell you how it ends just before the final episode? Or did you ever like a movie so much that you wish you could see it again without knowing anything about it, just to experience the same feelings? Well, thanks to a new and intriguing service, now you can!
UnSpoil Me is a service developed by Samsung Electronics Nordic in partnership with famous Swedish hypnotist and mental coach Fredrik Praesto, which allegedly allows users to hypnotize themselves into forgetting significant plot points and twists. Each self-guided session lasts 18 minutes and viewers are able to guide themselves through the process by following a series of on-screen prompts and listening to Praesto’s commands.
Are you ready to make an immersion into the glorious life of Soviet Russia? If yes scroll down, this one today differs from other retrospective series we had before by the manner of compilation – it’s not a one collection but is assorted mix came from different sources.
Each photo is an individual shot from the fate of some random human who lived in Russia at that times, sometimes those moments were sad, sometimes joyful and photos share this mood with us now.
The seemingly annual competition of watch brands vying to produce the thinnest automatic timepiece on the market received another entrant this morning when Piaget teased its pre-SIHH novelties. The new Altiplano Ultimate Automatic collection — which contains two timepieces in 18k white gold and 18k rose gold — is now the current record holder for the world’s thinnest automatic watch coming in at only 4.3 mm thick. The previous brand to hold the record was Bulgari last year’s much-heralded Oct0 Finissimo Automatic.
A Berlin-based art collective known as Raubdruckerin – German for ‘pirate printers’ – has come up with a unique approach to creating textile patterns. They have been traveling around European cities turning utility hole covers into printing presses to decorate totes, t-shirts, hoodies, gym bags, and more.
Founder Emma France Raff began experimenting with the concept of ‘urban printing press’ in 2006 when she founded the project in partnership with her father, Johannes Kohlrusch. They started in Lisbon, but have since expanded to Paris, Amsterdam, and Berlin, the latter being their base of operations. The Raubdrucken team members find inspiration in the urban landscape and often overlooked surfaces of the city, such as utility hole covers and drains. Sustainability is a crucial component of the project, as they aim to offer an alternative perspective and approach to mass production.