Amelia Rudolph and Roel Seeber, two aerial performers from a dance group called Bandaloop, perform a breathtaking dance routine on the side of Oakland’s City Hall during the Art + Soul Festival. I didn’t know vertical dancing was a thing. Would be really cool to shoot an entire movie like this, with different backdrops on different buildings. Watch the video below.
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Bombay Sapphire has tapped British architect Thomas Heatherwick to champion a new distillery facility in Laverstoke. The new Bombay Sapphire Distillery is a massive work of restorative architecture, a project that re-imagines an historic paper mill into a distillery and office space for the company. It is both a production [...]
The supercar class is about as exclusive as it gets, a group that holds a handful of automobiles capable of cracking 200mph. The best Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Aston Martins and others join this club, but there’s an even more exclusive group of boutique coachbuild performance cars that are lesser known. Among [...]
As a general rule, wakeboarding’s one of those sports you can’t exactly do anywhere. Without a large enough body of water, powerful waves, and halfway-decent weather, your board’s basically sitting against a wall collecting dust – no matter how much you’re itching to break it out. This week, we may be [...]
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Located a short drive from Prague, FAM Architekti and Feilden+Mawson have designed a lake cabin that allows the owner to indulge their yachting passion – or gaze out over uninterrupted views of the lake and surrounding pine forest. The conversion follows the same outline as the original, and manages to fit everything in one [...]
Unflesh is Elizabeth Bernholz’s second album as Gazelle Twin, a dark and depraved journey into the remote cells of her subconscious. “The idea of 'unflesh' is like a shedding of skin,” she says of the record. “It’s a tearing out of your body down to your skeleton and breaking free. I was also interested in the London riots: young people are always demonised, very misunderstood, but they're also at the peak of this intense…read more »
Described as "the ultimate fly on the wall", Swiss photographer Georg Gatsas has been there, done that when it comes to capturing music scenes around the world, but his love affair with Hyperdub Records first struck back in 2008. Six years back Gatsas' burgeoning interest in dubstep brought him to London to see Kevin Martin's The…read more »
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