Antonym - Beyond the Waters

The Swedish directors Johan Perjus and Fresteh Piltan take the surf  on a unexpected place, the desert.


A Tale of Momentum & Inertia

A funny very short from Portland animation studio HouseSpecial

Tree of 40 Fruit

Sam Van Aken, an artist and professor at Syracuse University, uses "chip grafting" to create trees that each bear 40 different varieties of stone fruits, or fruits with pits. The grafting process involves slicing a bit of a branch with a bud from a tree of one of the varieties and inserting it into a slit in a branch on the "working tree," then wrapping the wound with tape until it heals and the bud starts to grow into a new branch. Over several years he adds slices of branches from other varieties to the working tree. In the spring the "Tree of 40 Fruit" has blossoms in many hues of pink and purple, and in the summer it begins to bear the fruits in sequence - Van Aken says it's both a work of art and a time line of the varieties' blossoming and fruiting. He's created more than a dozen of the trees that have been planted at sites such as museums around the U.S., which he sees as a way to spread diversity on a small scale.


Y-3 Autumn/Winter 2015-16 Campaign

This A/W15 season Y-3 takes flight, back to the days of the original pioneer, the forerunners of modern aviation. Back to the men and women who dared to go further, higher, and faster than ever before, and to the time where human achievement pushed the boundaries for all. This A/W15 campaign takes the nostalgia of the golden age of flight into the modern world of the bold 3 stripes and Yohji Yamamoto’s high-tech designs.

Shot by Harley Weir and directed by Lloyd&Co, the campaign images evoke a heroic and ethereal nature through distorted senses of height and perspective, creating an extreme sense of vertigo. The aviators display bold and graphic shapes iconic to the Y-3 brand, cast against a clear blue sky, as the wind picks up and creates flight and movement in an otherwise sharp and tailored sense of military-inspired apparel.

The A/W15 film plays out this sense of vertigo even further, not knowing which way is up or down, the aviators appear to be in constant flight. Historic notions of code breaking and aviation radar chatter reverberate throughout, messages from mission control guiding the flight.

The campaign showcases the high-tech, military-inspired apparel in an ethereal world of aerial imagery and blue skies, translated into print, digital, a mood video, in-store displays and supplementary materials.


Ai Weiwei Gets His Passport Back

After four years, the artist announced via Instagram that the Chinese government had returned his passport. “I think they should have given it back some time ago – and maybe after so many years they understand me better.” he said when speaking to The Guardian.


Merino Air by Patagonia

Fine merino wool from the regenerative grazing program in the Patagonia region is spun using a proprietary process that increases the yarn’s heat-trapping ability without increasing its weight. It’s then blended with 100%-recycled Capilene® polyester using innovative whole-garment seamless knitting that creates a lightweight, superbreathable, performance-fit baselayer perfect for high-output activity in cold conditions.

Todd Snyder Spring/Summer 2016


The Black Eyed Peas - Yesterday

An homage to the old-school artists.



Directed and shot by Cynical Smile
Grooming by Claudine Baltazar
Modelled by Christoph, Emanuel, & Jason Music
Music Ivory by Movement


Nike: Short A Guy

A short guy plays multiple sports for multiple teams in the hottest day of the year.

Made by Wieden + Kennedy and featuring Mike Trout, Garrett Richards, Misty May-Treanor, Miles and Lyle Thompson, Mia Hamm, Andrew Luck, and Anthony Davis.

The X-Files

The truth is out there, agents Mulder and Scully are back 23 years after.
January 2016 the new X-Files debut on Fox.


Magazine〈B〉 38th Issue: Patagonia

Scientists are telling us that we’re destroying the planet and no one wants to do anything about it. I only have this business because I’m very pessimistic about the future…I use this business as a resource to do something about our problems.” - Patagonia founder, Yvon Chouinard


Fall-Winter 2015/16 Haute Couture CHANEL

Tony Ward for the debut of Numéro Homme Berlin.

Photographed by Tony Ward and styled by Götz Offergeld

Аna Kraš: Bombonice

The Serbian designer takes a cultural tour of Belgrade for Aaron Rose.

While a fast-rising presence in the design world, Аna Kraš shies away from overthinking her creative approach. An offbeat personal style, coveted by fashion and music industry collaborators, reflects the hyper-intuitive approach that she applies to her artisanal furniture line. From ‘Bonbons,’ the multicolored lantern lampshades she makes with leftover cotton, to her gallery-exhibited drawings that echo medieval architecture, the influence of Kraš’s native Serbia is never far away.

In the third installment of MINI’s The Cultural series, the New York-based creative travels to Belgrade to explore the cultural traditions that influence her work. The Aaron Rose-directed short is an architectural tour of the Serbian capital and playfully captures Kraš’s magpie spirit. “Most things happen to me because I wasn’t making a plan,” she says. “Rather, I was going with the flow.

All of the films in The Cultural ascribe to the idea that our biggest decisions in life should be made by following our gut instincts.



Moncler Gamme Bleu Spring-Summer 2016

Moncler Gamme Bleu reflects the synergy of Moncler’s expertise in active sportswear and outerwear with the hand-made tailoring sensibility of Thom Browne. For Spring-Summer 2016, the concept centers around the sport of Rowing.

Junya Watanabe Spring Summer 2016