MAKING THE INTRO
Came across this little article on the making of the intro of “The girl with the Dragon Tattoo”, that was released a little while back. Although I read all the novels by Stieg Larsson and watched the Swedish version of “The girl with the Dragon Tattoo” I felt like an English-language remake was somewhat unnecessary. That being said, I was stunned at the intro of this movie. It’s not often a director takes the time to go to such lengths for an introduction (accept maybe James Bond). Take a few minutes to check out the making behind this intro, and an interview with Tim Miller of Blur Studio, director David Fincher and poster designer Neil Kellerhouse.
Neil Bedford for Neighborhood
IVI the alpha and the omega.
This past weekend we were proud to celebrate the past year of hard work for the launch of IVI. JEROME MAGE, PETE FOX AND ROB DYRDEK HELD A SMALL GATHERING IN THE HOLLYWOOD HILLS TO MARK THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF THE BRAND. MEDIA, SKATEBOARDERS, ACTORS, MUSICIANS AND FRIENDS OF THE BRAND PARTIED THE NIGHT AWAY IN A HOUSE FILLED WITH IVI DISPLAYS FILLED WITH THE NEW LINE. WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE WHO HELPED MAKE THIS HAPPEN AND FOR THOSE READING THIS HURRY UP AND GET YOURSELF OVER TO THE NEW SITE AND PICK UP SOME GOODS!
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Leica M9-P »Edition Hermès«
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An Exploration in Craft featuring Tanner Goods based out of Portland.
“Tanner Goods is a small leather goods manufacturer located in Portland, Oregon. They work hard to manage multiple storefronts and offer a wide range of hand crafted leather accessories. They thrive on their attention to detail and appreciation for top quality products. In the future they plan to expand their product line to include non-leather goods such as eyewear and time pieces, while maintaining their strong roots in simplicity and utilitarian product design.”
vintage beer ads.
Something about this memorabilia of vintage ads makes drinking beer seem oh, so classy!Comments (0)
An exclusive walk through with Mike D, curator of the Transmission LA installation that is now open at the MOCA.