Perfect blend of color, composition, pop culture and humor. Check out more of Andrew B. Meyers stellar photography.
“Great Scott!” Nike is finally releasing the shoe that every kid in the 80s dreamed of owning. Unfortunately the auto-laces feature doesn’t come out until 2015. With a limited run of 1,500 shoes, Nike is auctioning them off on eBay to benefit the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. There is only 10 hours to go on some of the first shoes being auctioned, and the bids are already hitting $6,000.
Now where is my hoverboard?
Follow designer, artist and director Chris McClean on Tumblr.
TBWA\Italy’s First Floor Under culture and design studio boils down the history of Darth Vader to a simple equation and pictogram.
Found on Eight Hour Day
3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage… all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food ….into 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films…..
Back in the day when MTV had something to do with music, they put together this segment where Michael Jackson, Coolio, Ozzy and Dave Matthews explain the internet.
“In 1995 some 10 million people regularly used the internet. What has attracted many of them is the world wide web with its proliferation of special address truckstops called webpages.”
Photographer Benoit Paillé was asked to participate in an art installation in Aomori, Japan on the topic of school bullying. Benoit created a large canvas of the children’s eyes looking across at their drawings about bullying on the other wall. All of the eyes in the full set featured on Behance are rich with emotion.
Two of my personal favorite photographers, Tim Navis and Kim Høltermand, behind Desert City, are teaming up with film collective Scenic, composer Deru and other musicians and filmmakers to capture the remote reaches of Iceland. Now they only need a handful of people to help fund the project on Kickstarter. They have my pledge!
If you Don’t Understand People You Don’t Understand Business
Sinek argues that as individuals and companies, everything that we say and do is a symbol of who we are. And it is only when we communicate our beliefs authentically that we can attract others to our cause, and form the bonds that will empower us to achieve truly great things.
Via Jess Brown
This is among the harder-to-believe things I’ve seen on the Internet lately. It belongs in Terry Gilliam’s universe, not our own.
Amazing. A near perfect, counterfeit Apple Store in Kunming, China full of employees that all believe they’re working for Apple.
If your house was burning, what would you take with you? It’s a conflict between what’s practical, valuable and sentimental. What you would take reflects your interests, background and priorities. Think of it as an interview condensed into one question.
Found on Holiday Matinee
Giles Turnbull of the Morning News takes on the “20 Craziest Job Interview Questions” list that CBS Money Watch recently published.
Facebook: Twenty-five racehorses, no stopwatch, five tracks. Figure out the top three fastest horses in the fewest number of races.
The fewest number of races is one. Just keep those suckers running round and round and round until they collapse from exhaustion. The final three make it through, the rest end up as dog food. Actually, I thought that’s how they make dog food.
Found on Kottke.org