Blood Orange - Champagne Coast

great song for summer

Headman - Turning

Headman returns once again on his own Relish Recordings label with a superb new EP featuring new track 'Turning' and a near perfect package of remixes from Emperor Machine, Richard Fearless / Death in Vegas, Scott Fraser & Murphy Jax. 

Video by Marija Bozinovska Jones


a better life in Europe is not real anymore

directed by Nicolas Provost
with Issaka Sawadogo, Stefania Rocca, Dieudonné Kabongo, Tibo Vandenborre, Serge Riaboukine, Carole Weyers, John Flanders.



A fashion film showcasing Kerrie Alexander's graduate menswear collection. Shot by Little Earth Productions.

Lost in Motion

Dancer/Choreographer: Guillaume Côté
Director: Ben Shirinian
Producer: Leslie Aimée Gottlieb
Production Company: Krystal Levy Pictures
Executive Producers: Leslie Aimée Gottlieb, David Miller
Director of Photography: Jeremy Benning
Post Producer: Nick Sorbara
Editorial: School Editing
Editor: Jon Devries
Online: Paul Binney
Visual Effects: Crush Inc.
Senior Designer: Julia Deakin
Flame Artist: Andre Arevalo
Colour: REDLAB Digital
Senior Colourist: Walt Biljan
Music: "Another Day," written by James LaValle, Published by Songs Music Publishing LLC o/b/o Ram Island Songs (ASCAP), Album Leaf Music (ASCAP)
Client: National Ballet of Canada
Produced with a grant awarded by:
Bravo!FACT (Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent)
A division of Bell Media Inc.
Special Thanks:
William F. White International Inc.
Dennis Munn and Commercial Studios Ltd.

© Copyright 2011 Krystal Levy Pictures Inc.

Sage Vaughn - The Interpreter

Sage Vaughn has been a painter for years. However, he only recently dared to identify himself as an artist. Vaughn's paintings feature bright crisp swarms of butterflies, children dressed in costume, and bored policemen in the seemingly unnatural landscapes of city life. His work explores the contrast and the overlap between the natural and human-made. Sage Vaughn is one of the artists chosen by Mike D to be part of the 17-day festival TRANSMISSION LA: Av Club


IKEPOD - The Horizon by Kaws

This year IKEPOD presents a new high-profile collaboration with New York artist Kaws, bringing his popular artwork into the world of horology. 
Highsnobiety has been given the opportunity to premiere this video, shot by Philip Andelman at IKEPOD's workshop near Geneva, ahead of the official launch event at colette on May 1, 2012.


one night in Paris with the street artist Invader.

Arctic Motion

a little timelapse by Tor Even Mathisen

Jean-François Lepage

He began his photographic career in Paris in 1980.
His early editorial work was featured in magazines such as Marie-Claire and Condé Nast Publications in Italy.
Since 1980, Jean-François Lepage has undertaken campaigns for Comme des Garcons, Dior, Jil Sander, Lanvin, Masaki Matsushima, Nina Ricci, Repetto, Shu Uemura and Vanessa Bruno.
His work was published in many international magazines such as Amica Italia, AnotherMan, Common & Sense, Double, Exit magazine, Grey, GQ, Harper's Bazaar, Jill magazine, Lei, Mixte, Numero, Purple, Self Service, Sleek, Stiletto, Vogue and Wall Paper.
In 2009 to celebrate its 20th anniversary, the French fashion association ANDAM gave Jean-François Lepage free rein to interpret the vision of the fashion awards prize winners, Martin Margiela, Viktor & Rolf, Jeremy Scott and Gareth Pugh..., publishing a photography essay of the model Hannelore Knuts in the book "Modernes": 20 years of contemporary fashion.
Jean-Francois has three children Vincent, Nuage and Norma, he lives in Paris.


Director - Francesco Calabrese Production - Mybosswas
Dop - Igor Frankheim (R.I.P.) 
Editor - Walter Magri 
Sound - Plus 
CG - Mattia Bruno @Band 
Music - Husky Rescue 

the true story of Sophia, a young woman dealing with a rare and very dangerous condition.


Tom Dixon’s Design Talks

Filmed in front of an impressive 1968 Toti submarine by NOWNESS regulars Carlo Lavagna and Roberto De Paolis, industrial design guru Tom Dixon explores the relationship between nationality and creativity with young design stars Lee Broom, La Chance and Noé Duchaufour Lawrance at the world’s largest furniture fair. Now in its 51st year, Salone del Mobile previews the most innovative products fresh from the workshops of the design world. For this latest edition, French lighting and furniture duo Jean-Baptiste Souletie and Louise Breguet, AKA La Chance, curated a 16-designer-strong collection, which included interior architect Lawrance’s innovative Borghese sofa. For his Milan debut, London-based Broom recreated an English boozer in his Public House installation, complete with period paneling. Not to be outdone, Dixon produced a five-building design hub in the National Museum of Science and Technology, aptly named MOST. “There is already a huge shift in Salone from a conventional business-to-business furniture fair into a global marketing carnival,” explains Dixon. Bringing emerging designers together in an interactive and innovative environment, Dixon’s space featured refreshments provided by Yves Behar-designed Soda Streams and a pop up restaurant from Dock Kitchen's Stevie Parle. “MOST came from my love of museums and the dissatisfaction with the types of spaces that we were being offered,” says Dixon. “I felt it was time to take matters into my own hands.

Talk and Talk

Aston Martin DBS Volante - Dragon 88 Limited Edition

Filmed at the Beijing Auto Show 2012, this Dragon 88 limited edition DBS Volante includes striking headrest embroidery, a piano black fascia with intricate gold inlay and laser etched sill plaques.


Best Job

Being a mom is the hardest job in the world. But it's also the best. This Procter & Gamble commercial honors everything that all moms do to help their children succeed by showcasing the amazing moms behind Olympic athletes at the London 2012 Olympic Games. The hardest job in the world is truly the best job in the world.

YACHT - Le Goudron

a surrealist revolutionary song originally recorded in 1969 by Brigitte Fontaine with The Art Ensemble of Chicago; YACHT has reinvented its naive-apocalyptic candor for a neon-soaked dance floor, our preferred autonomous zone.

Ibiza Lights II

Using the new generation of cameras I've Been Able to do this timelapse, a video made up of long-exposure pictures, joined together to show the movement of stars, clouds, shadows, all making a real acceleration of what happens in Many hours , to see Them in seconds. 99.9% of the video it s been done at night time, With The help of LED lamps, to illuminate rocks, trees etc ... When There Was no moon, I used Exposures from 30 to 40 seconds, Taking About 2:30 hours to do a sequence, But It's better When you see the stars and constellations. I have also used the moonlight to do shorter exposures because the moonlight can be quite bright, depending on which phase is on. Some of the shots look like they have been done during the day. When you shot under the moonlight the exposure can be from 15 to 8 seconds and can take up to 1.15 hours, so I could shot the moviment of the shadow over the rocks, the moviment of the clouds during the night … The pictures were all made With A Canon 5D Mark II and Canon Used lenses 16-35mm, Canon 24-70mm, Canon 24mm, Most Of Them Were Made at F/2.8, ISO 1600, 3200, 6400. All the pictures are real, it looks like They Are too many stars. This is Because the human eye can not catch much light at night. The camera movement Has Been made by two types of sliders, the "Dynamic Perception" and the "Pocket Slider" where the camera moves A Few millimeters photo by photo, Creating this movement. This is all controlled by a small computer the MX2 Arduino Controller. Most of These Have Been Made with shots the company of my friend Alejandro Iborra, sharing the Same hobby, Knowing That going out at night and spend long hours in very remote places and apologetic to get Into it, is some kind of risky business, Sometimes I Had to go out on my own and i got some fright. And of course thanks to my wife and Alejandro Iborra's Wife for Letting us enjoy this hobby. All pictures are made in the island of Ibiza, this is my birth place, a wonderful place to take pictures in their most beautiful spots, caves, beaches, mountains etc ... Where You can discover a different side of Ibiza than most people have never seen .


Welcome to the Anthropocene

A 3-minute journey through the last 250 years of our history, from the start of the Industrial Revolution to the Rio+20 Summit. The film charts the growth of humanity into a global force on an equivalent scale to major geological processes. 

The film was commissioned by the Planet Under Pressure conference, London 26-29 March, a major international conference focusing on solutions.

Google Drive

Introducing the all-new Google Drive. Now access your files, even the big ones, from wherever you are. Share them with whomever you want, and edit them together in real time.


Holy neon sign Batman!

North By Northwest in neon.

A neon poster for HELP!
The semaphore actually spells NUJV! According to cover photographer Robert Freeman, “I had the idea of semaphore spelling out the letters HELP, but when we came to do the shot the arrangement of arms with those letters didn’t look good, so we decided to improvise and ended up with the best graphic positioning of the arms.”

A neon poster for Beetlejuice. Beetlejuice. BEETLEJUICE!

via mrwhaite


Pegase - The Bad Side Of Love

taken from the debut six-track EP, Without Reasons, on Futur, with remixes by Giraffage, Les Et Les Garcons, Ruckazoid, and Equateur. video directed by Nicolas Davenel.


150 portraits celebrating 15 years of fashion, art and design


Outer Space

The footage in this video is derived from image sequences from NASA's Cassini and Voyager missions. I downloaden a large amount of raw images to create the video.


CLOT is proud to announce their first debut collaboration with MOSLEY TRIBES. MOSLEY TRIBES is one of the most popular streetwear brands of sunglass and have collaborated with some of the top brands over the world. CLOT creative director -- Edison Chen believes that thru the collaboration with the respected brands, it always bring up some surprising creative products to the market, as well as it is a good way to educate Asia people to discover more details about different brands. This time, CLOT x MOSLEY TRIBES brings us a cool black color stylist sunglass with a little touch of CLOT style and limited edition Head Porter sunglass case. While the summer is not far away, stylish sunglass should not be missed.

CLOT x MOSLEY TRIBES sunglass is designed in a black color way with crystal laminate detailing throughout. This frame has exposed metal eye wire and included grey glass photochromic lenses with a flash mirror tint. The burke will be packaged in a limited edition Head Porter sunglass case and will come with a custom cleaning cloth. This incredible sunglass is perfectly for the coming season and it will be available in all JUICE stores on 27th April, 2012.



a short film directed by Joe Burke
starring Michael Stahl-David, Ari Graynor, and Keir O'donnell

Sue Paraskeva

Isle of Wight based artist Sue Paraskeva produces exquisite thrown porcelain installation work, altered one-offs, and sublime tableware.

8 bit Fashionary

retro computer for popular looks

Mike Diamond tours Transmission LA at MOCA

An exclusive walk through with Mike Diamond, curator of the Transmission LA installation opening at MOCA on April 19th, 2012.

Henrik Vibskov exhibition / interview

18th-century English painter Thomas Gainsborough once famously said of his competitor Joshua Reynolds, “Damn him, how various he is!” 21st-century designer Henrik Vibskov could provoke similar bursts of envy among his own peers. While the multi-talented Dane is best known for his eponymous fashion label, he is also a fine artist and a musician: he is the drummer of electronic band Trentemøller and exhibits worldwide in museums and galleries.

A 2001 graduate of London’s renowned Central Saint Martins, Vibskov takes an individual approach when it comes to art. What initially appears childlike, spontaneous and carefree is in fact thoroughly elaborated. Vibskov expects his viewers to be jaded, self-aware and savvy, and his artworks question their prevailing assumptions.

‘Panda People,’ his 2009 work, shows the endangered animal as a cuddly creature, but it could also serve as a warning against their extinction, and possibly – as the title intimates – the end of mankind itself. Vibskov’s drawings and installations reveal mesmerizing universes and sets of logic. Going beyond postmodernism, they could even be classified as metamodernism.

Whereas the number 68 of Ruttkowski;68 reminds of the year of birth of the gallery’s passed on namesake Sven Ruttkowksi, 72 pays tribute to Vibskov’s year of birth.
Not to forget the importance of the year 2012: Henrik Vibskov celebrates the first decade of his career. Hence, Ruttkowski68 – Vibskovski;72 inheres a retrospective character.


The 100 Most Influential People in the World

Every year, Time releases a list of the "100 most influential people in the world" — a list which inevitably contains a fair number of people who, while talented and noteworthy and all that, are probably not quite influential enough for such a list. We understand that a list of world leaders and bankers and philanthropists would not be the biggest newsstand draw, and that Time generally prefers to sell magazines. Nevertheless, if you're going to call it the "100 most influential people in the world" — and not, say, "100 people who had a really interesting year last year" — then you should maybe, you know, make it a list of extremely influential people. Not, for example, these people, who we've ranked in order of their lack of influence.

via New York Magazine



A short film by Rok Predin. Music by Ivan Arnold.

Ellesse Heritage City Portraits

"Berlin and London are two of the most recognisable cities in the world in terms of architecture, landmarks and different scenes that inhabit the city."

via Dazed Digital


Apollo Rising

Laura Egan's evocative dreamscape, Apollo Rising is filled with the kind of imagery that pushes boundaries. Inspired by Jack Dempsey, the gentleman fighter of the Prohibition era, the film explores the dual nature within us all. Darkness and light, good vs. evil, the full scope of epic drama shot in a dreamy style that shifts between gritty reality and ethereal fantasy. Experience it for yourself - only in MDX.

Joakim - Nothing Gold

Directed by Victor Lech

The Robot We All Want

The viral campaign for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus.


Advanced Style with Ari Seth Cohen

"They don't let age stoping them from who they are...They have something to say about their style."

The blogger
Ari Seth Cohen is photoshooting older women and men that are amazingly dressed on the streets of New York.

Euro 2012

Nike unveiled The kits Nike Dri-FIT for Euro 2012 for five of the European nations: Croatia, France, Portugal, Netherlands, and Poland. The Portuguese team kit look the most beautiful at the moment.


Fiat 500 by Gucci

Director Chris Sweeney Celebrates the Italian Fashion House’s New Twist on an Automotive Icon

High heels, handbags and perfume bottles are transformed into a steering wheel, car exhaust and wheel rims by a vacuum-forming machine in director Chris Sweeney’s short for the new Fiat 500 by Gucci. Originally launched in 1957, the latest iteration of the doe-eyed classic has been specially customized by Gucci’s Creative Director Frida Giannini, who enhanced the Fiat 500’s distinguishing traits and added the fashion house’s signature detailing via a signature red-green web down the side and the unmistakable “Guccissima” leather print on the seats. Invited alongside visionaries such as Italian Vogue's Franco Sozzani and Purple’s Olivier Zahm to dream up a film celebrating the partnership between the Italian automaker and fashion house, Sweeney created a giant plastic model kit of the Fiat 500 by Gucci like the ones he used to make as a kid. “It’s an extreme, austere fashion version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory or Wallace and Gromit, which are very playful, silly, colorful and magic,” explains Sweeney of his film. An established music video director who has made shorts for the likes of Foals, Friendly Fires and original Pop Idol Will Young, the London-based Sweeney’s graphic rhythms have been sought by luxury brand YSL, hairstyling prodigy Charlie Le Mindu and fashion titles Vogue and i-D. “The Fiat 500 is a car that everyone holds close to their hearts,” says Sweeney. “It’s an icon of design.”


Short Animation by Paris Mavroidis
Music by Kaki King


Tippi Hedren by Philippe Halsman.


Festival of Art & Science

Wir bauen eine neue Gedankenskulptur is a festival of art and science which is taking place in May in Trier (Germany)

The Idea behind this symbioses is the creation of new categories and mind processes in the field of science and art.
This time we specialize on the theme INTERDISCIPLINARY COGNITION (FUTURE+TRADITION) and therefor showcase works and lectures from artists+scientists working in the field of PSYCHOLOGY, ART, FASHION, MUSIC.

This project should be continued in the future with new actions and new ideas which should be happening all around the world, as the team of WE CONVERT OUR MIND TO CREATIVITY does not depend on a position.The endless mind and miraclebody lets us travel across countries, oceans, phantasy worlds, cities, regions, and also neighborhoods, which could establish new secrets.

Everyone is welcome to make the world a vast incredible network of Creative Thinkers & Artisans to help improving ideas and share the fascination of the unknown infinity of this planet e.g. in case of creative thoughts -> neurons, atoms, details.
And it may sound like an utopia, but the first step in a development must mostly be a phantasy, as we see in the history of the good wonder-minds and our own self.


Directed by Luca Finotti for Hercules Universal
Creative Direction by Francesco Sourigues & David Vivirido
Starring Caspar Oechsler @ Sight Management Studio
All clothing and acessories by Giorgio Armani S/S 2012
Shot on location in Lanzarote, Spain.


Francisco van Benthum Fall 2012.13

This short atmospheric video was filmed for avant gardist Dutch menswear label Francisco van Benthum to present its fall/winter '12/'13 collection 'Defy'.
Directed: Dennis Swiatkowski
Make-up+Hair: Liselotte van Saarloos (House of Orange)
Model: Robin van der Krogt (Tony Jones Model Management)

Grenson - Behind The Brand

Mr. Porter look at why heritage, history and a modern aesthetic set Grenson shoes apart.

Kahn's Exeter Short Film

Shortfilm about Louis Kahn's Phillips Exeter Academy Library.



available for download here.

Writer's Block

Gia Coppola for Diane Von Furstenberg/Current Elliott Denim collection. Tracy Antonopoulos, Aubrey Plaza, and Ray Liotta star in the playful 60s-inspired story about a young screen writer in Hollywood.


Simian Mobile Disco - Seraphim

from the forthcoming album, Unpatterns, due out on May 14th.

LA One Day

We took a trip to LA to shoot our spring video and are in love with the results. Think cool separates and bright prints, lounging in the sun and whiling away spring days and long nights. Take a look and get set to fall for the soundtrack by John Talabot too!

Video by Will garthwaite and Will Cooper-Mitchell



The past Muse of Helmut Newton,Sylvia Gobbel is back with the incredible icon François Sagat for an amazing and sulfurous musical project "Hadès" write by French Photographic heritage awarded,Franck Glenisson.
Are you ready?

Me, Marc & Hugh

An humorous art / fashion film that merges the worlds and celebrates that of Marc Jacobs and Hugh Hefner, who share the same birthday as Director, Claire Edmondson.

MMMG Collective Profile

Korean stationery designers MMMG have become increasingly popular in the global market with retail points in Japan and Australia as well as Colette in Paris. Unlike Japanese neighbour Sanrio, Seoul-based Milimeter/Milligram (MMMG) retains a more mature style alongside an unmistakeable sense of humour. They stock a colourful range of postcards, notepads, calendars, wallets, key holders and mugs. We visit the MMMG head office in trendy Itaewon and chat to creative director Myoung Yu and designer Kyung Hwa Lee to discuss the secret formula behind their success.

via crane.tv


To Rome With Love

The charming Eurotrip part 2

directed by Woody Allen

starring Penélope Cruz, Ellen Page, Woody Allen, Judy Davis, Greta Gerwig, Robert Benigni, and Jesse Eisenberg.

opens in European markets in August.

Happy Easter by Kate Upton


Cai Guo-Qiang: Sky Ladder

The Incendiary Chinese Artist Unveils His Spellbinding Practice of Painting with Fireworks

Pyrotechnic savant Cai Guo-Qiang unpacks the metaphysical questions at the heart of his explosive oeuvre for a new film series by fine art visual search engine Art.sy. Director Antony Crook traveled to Los Angeles with his wife, Art.sy Producer and Editor Marina Cashdan, to shadow the Chinese artist as he readied a site-specific installation for his new show at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. “He’s got this dynamic between an intense spirituality and a real childlike nature,” says Cashdan. “Explosions really do fascinate and excite him. There’s this tension between serenity and chaos—that’s what drives him.” Beyond the combustive opening spectacle “Mystery Circle,” which will feature a sea of mini rockets, 100 “UFO” spinners and its very own “alien” onlooker, the Sky Ladder exhibition’s highlights include the mammoth 108-foot-wide “Childhood Spaceship” drawing detailing the artist’s extraterrestrial fascinations. The show marks the West Coast solo debut for New York-based Guo-Qiang, who has shown at institutions including the Guggenheim and Tate Modern, served as curator for China’s 2005 Venice Biennale pavilion, and masterminded the special effects direction for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.



I am John Wayne

A young black cowboy struggles with the death of his best friend.
Written & Directed by Christina Choe.
World Premiere at Slamdance Film Festival 2012 (Grand jury prize for best short).

Vogue Italia April 2012 Prom Night by Steven Meisel

Backstage video from Vogue Italia's April 2012 covershoot by Steven Meisel.

A Short Film By

A Short Film By Deborah Turbeville

A Short Film By Sue de Beer

A Short Film By Ellen von Unwerth



The classic drink greyhound in a futuristic world.

agency TBWA/Chiat/Day.


Princess Betty sleeps in a narcoleptic stupor. The king appeals to his subjects to wake her. A worthy Prince Charles lookalike has to leave his royal suburb to save the princess, but will Betty be wakened with just a kiss?

Animated by Claude Cloutier


Max Kibardin

Interview made in Milan, spring 2011.

the designing process

Milan Fashion Week Fall 2011


Uncut version of The Black and White Maze of the Painted Zebra.
A film by Joseph Lally.

Rufus Wainwright - Out Of The Game

the title track from the forthcoming album produced by Mark Ronson. video with Tim Burton muse, Helena Bonham Carter.

The New York Times

They've won countless awards for their graphic work, but now it's time to dive behind what makes America's most venerated general interest newspaper stand a world apart. Graphics director Steve Duenes and his team of 30-some journalists at The New York Times turn around images at a breakneck daily, if not an hourly, pace, sorting and sifting through reportage to provide the clearest visualization of data possible.

How the information is manifested – through diagrams, charts, or interactive media – is up to them, though we've grown to trust their authority on all stories, from the sensitive (9/11) to the scientific (a perfect triple axel at the Olympics). In Gestalten.tv's latest podcast, we speak with Duenes and graphics editor Archie Tse on location in their New York headquarters to learn a few tricks of the trade.