Daily Archives: June 22, 2015
Larger Than Life
Pete Rock – Cosmic Slop
The Beach Guide You Need This Summer
Planning a summer getaway can be ironically stressful. You’re running around, rounding up your friends just to get all of you to a place where you can all just unplug for a few days.
Kangaroos Are Almost Exclusively Southpaws
Talk about a southpaw—some kangaroos are almost exclusively lefties, a new study says.
ASICS’ Latest Retro Runner Demands Respect
ASICS may very well be the undisputed champion of retro runners. The Gel Lytes III and V, as well as the Gel Saga and GT-II have made their ways around the world, stunning audiences and inspiring love for years. But ASICS’ long and storied history means that their archive is as deep as it gets, and they can continue to dig deeper and find gems even that most learned sneakerhead never knew existed.
Art and fire flies with Audemars Piguet at Art Basel
Audemars Piguet continues its partnership with Art Basel for the 3rd consecutive year, kicking of this year’s show with its own piece of contemporary art. The brand announced last year that it would be commissioning an artist for a special art project, and true to its word, it unveiled a unique work of art created by Swiss artist and composer Robin Meier for this year’s Art Basel show.
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