Google Arts & Culture has teamed up with the Centre Pompidou, a cultural complex in Paris, to pay tribute to Vassily Kandinsky with a virtual exhibitionof the artist’s works and other documents. You can view some of Kandinsky’s pieces in an augmented reality gallery. At the heart of the exhibit is a machine learning experiment that tries to replicate synesthesia, a condition the abstract art pioneer had.
When Pharrell Williams finished recording the song “Happy,” he hopped in his car with his wife and drove around listening to it for an hour straight. He probably wasn’t the only one to do so; the track was the best-selling single of 2014 and spent 10 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
While handling some business in China this weekend, Pharrell Williams is using the trip to showcase some new footwear. Continue reading Pharrell Debuts Colorful Adidas Crazy BYW X in China
Pharrell and Adidas are releasing more sneakers this month, with four new pairs planned for next week. The quartet of Adidas Tennis Hu models pictured will be available on Friday, July 28, for $130 each.
Pharrell Williams’ already successful partnership with Adidas only appears to be getting stronger as it progresses. Having already delivered a winner in the NMD Hu, Williams will soon launch another silhouette from his line.