These are phenomenal, the world beneath the surface of the water looks like the sky above it! the waves are reminiscent of the clouds. Sydney-based photographer Mark Tipple spent months being battered my merciless waves in order to capture this beautiful photographs underwater. In fact he came off worse than the actual models as his camera weighs over 5kg and imagine that whacking you in the head everytime a wave crushed into you. More photos after the cut.
Gilles Peterson and Roberto Fonseca bring you the Havane Cultura: New Cuba Sound. It wasn’t Long ago I was talking about Havana Cultura music and now you can see it here in London live at the Barbican on 6 July; or if your from Newcastle: the Sages Gates Head on 3rd July, further info after the cut.
Q Magazine editor-in-chief Paul Rees has revealed his 12 must see acts at this years Glasto festival. I’m not the biggest fan of festivals where you have to go crash for a few days, it’s just not in me! I can’t handle the lack of hygiene and camping in a tent. I’d prefer to stay in my bed and watch it on TV. Our friends over at My-Wardrobe have dressed him for the Festival weekend. Ya’ll festival goers read on.
Dope. Burberry have blown me away with their latest advertising campaign. The collection itself is very aviator/military chic inspired, I love the WWII-inspired, tailored military look. It’s definitely what’s going to be in next season. The campaign is some what ground-breaking as it is the first of its kind a fully interactive 3D campaign using motion responsive images and video that can be clicked, rotated, paused and dragged 180 degrees. Campaign after the cut.
Good lord, so much style inspiration within these photos by Jak&Jil blog’s Tommy Ton. In my opinion his is without a doubt the best street style photographer. This is genuine street style unlike a lot of the ones out there at the moment that might as well be shoots are they are planned in advance. Photos after the cut.
So we’re going to be giving away tickets for each day of Wireless Festival which takes place between July 2nd – 4th. This first competition is for the Friday which Pink will be headlining along with acts like Temper Trap, the Ting Tings and the East London’s very own, Plan B. To enter the competition all you have to do is answer the question on the flipside of this post.
Rarely do I see some variety in Louis Vuitton‘s bags and pieces but this time they have switched it up with New York based artist Scott Campbell. He was actually recruited by influential designer by Marc Jacobs as he is his personal tattoo artist. Scott not only added his tattoo-inspired customised artwork onto a number of leather bags, he also added LV logotype neck tattoos to the runway models. After the cut to witness the dopeness.
By the Millennium Bridge, I spotted this dude paiting away on the floor whilst it rained. Clearly someone who is truly passionate about his artwork. My lack of art knowledge was evident as I first mistook the piece for Michaelangelo‘s Creation of Adam painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. After some research (Google!) I discovered it’s actually of a 16th century painting by Rubens titled ‘The Apotheosis of Henri IV and the Proclamation of the Regency of Marie de Médicis’.