Friday, January 29, 2010
This year, adidas Originals will be dabbling in online interactivity with the introduction of a 3D virtual realm dubbed the adidas Originals Neighborhood. The interactive site allows consumers to play games with the all new ‘Augmented Reality (AR) Game’ Pack by holding the actual products in front of a webcam.
The kicks and apparel from the collection are fitted with a special AR code on the tongue and sleeve which is the key to accessing games like ‘Stormtrooper take down’. The collection consists of five iconic adidas Originals silhouettes and two jackets, with the majority of the gear featuring some really bright block colours.
The adidas Originals Augmented Reality Game Pack will be available at select adidas Originals stockists across South East Asia from February ‘10.
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Adam Voorhes is an Austin, Texas-based photographer who has dissected and dismantled four objects in his series, Exploded. A telephone, gun, etch-a-sketch and frog are included in his work. I want one done of me. Do you think I'm filled with organs or robotic parts? DON'T RUIN THE SURPRISE!
AMAZING!!!!!!! I cannot type enough exclamation marks to tell you how insanely great Audiofun's tracks are. If you agree with me, we can party. If you don't love his sound, you can get off at the next stop. BEST!!!!!
Go to the myspace and hear more: http://www.myspace.com/audiofundjs
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Today marks the official release of Apple's iPad. In layman's terms, the iPad is basically a larger version of the iPod. Sort of like those gigantic calculators you can buy at the dollar store, only these play music. And you can read books on them!
Reviews are varying between an Epic Fail and Apple moving their headquarters to Mount Sinai. On gizmodo.com, blogger francisco.e.soto comments: "This is going to completely revolutionize my pooping experience." We agree!
To celebrate this monumental day in technology, we give you a snippet of other objects enlarged for no good reason.
What do you think of the iPad, Musers? Waste of space, or can't wait to own one?
Enlarged object images via Fun is 2 cool
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Monday, January 25, 2010
Here we have the tooth-shaped ‘NGA4′ resin figure designed by Paddy Leung of Dark Matters. Based in Toronto, Dark Matters is a designer toy collective founded with the intention of putting Toronto on the toy map. Standing at just under 3-inches tall, the NGA4 is hand-cast in polyurethane resin and then hand-painted by Leung. Each of the 30 figures features a laser-cut number that denotes its place in the series.
No bigger than a credit card and as thick as a blister pack of chewing gum, the Card Speaker puts most every mp3 accessory to shame with its good looks and crisp fidelity. Designed by IDEA International, this little speaker is ideally suited for trips to the park, the beach, or anywhere you’d like to share a little music on the fly. It comes in either black or silver, with a mirror-polished back, and includes a protective carrying case, a 3.5 mm connection plug, and a USB battery charge cable. The speaker has an operating time of approximately five hours on a two-hour charge.
I'm often found in a place that is in dire need of music, but stuck with no speakers. I wonder how this bad boy sounds. It's on the Ghostly International store for $75.00 and I would trust anything that those guys rep.
Friday, January 22, 2010
Let's all go live in crates! Two hours outside of Mexico City, Container City is an eco-friendly metropolis made entirely out of recycled shipping containers. Restaurants? Yup. Bookshops? For sure. Your Momma? You know it.
CC is open Monday - Saturday from 10am - 8pm and Sundays from 11am - 6pm.
More info here.
Thursday, January 21, 2010
It's an emotional day here at Tattoo Sound + Music. We've got new couches!
To celebrate, we brought in actor extraordinaire JAMIE WATSON! He may have just been here for a session, his session may have accidentally coincided with our couch delivery, we may have made him wait on a kitchen stool until the couches were put into place, but he's HERE and ready to sit.
Come sit with us!
For those of you located in and around LONDON, ONTARIO, The ARTS Project is holding A Curious Collection Of Monstrous Tinies, a collection of work from multiple illustrators and fashion designers. The opening reception is on February 9th from 7-10 PM. The show runs until February 20th.
The ARTS Project
203 Dundas Street
More info here.
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Monday, January 18, 2010
The Gladstone Hotel is hosting the 7th Annual Come Up To My Room design event starting on Thursday, January 21st. Featuring 11 rooms and 16 public space installations from over 50 designers, it's something to get those creative wheels a-turning. More info here.
Friday, January 15, 2010
Hamilton alumni The Arkells are the most recent band to join superstar "There's No Place Like This" campaign for Ontario Tourism. Joining the likes of Keshia Chante and Toya Alexis, The Arkells bring an infectious energy and a fresh bout of enthusiasm to the campaign.
Recorded at the Tattoo studios, check out The Arkells' version here, and be sure to catch the band on the 19th of February as they play the Celebration Stage for the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver.
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Pringle of Scotland has launched their Spring/Summer 2010 campaign with this short film featuring Tilda Swinton. Directed by Ryan McGinley, "[He] photographed and filmed Swinton in iconic Scottish locations for the campaign, which demonstrates the class and edge of both photographer and actress, perfectly in synch with the brand’s latest direction. This collaboration is the first in a series of creative projects planned for the brand with the aim of promoting Scotland’s renewed cultural surge."
More on the campaign here.
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Go For The Gold! is a collection sketch book featuring a large array of artists. You can order the book here for $15.00 and you can have the option to have Chris McD doodle in the cover.
via Booooooom! and Meathaus