Here’s a nice little video on Chad Reed portraying his drive and passion for motocross. In his words: “dream big and go after what you want in life.” The video also showcases the A1 “Limited Edition” gear, designed here at Mage Design, now available at SHIFTMX.com
Xavier De le Rue and Lucas Debari are currently on an insane expedition with The North Face to Antarctica. Transworld snowboarding are posting the updates from the ‘Mission Antarctic’ expedition where the two guys are sharing real-time dispatches
Ireland’s creative community got together to release a lot of pent up frustration through the medium of the A3 poster. A few ad creatives, designers, animators, directors and illustrators took time out to dress up their favourite “worst” feedback from clients, transforming quotes that would normally give you an aneurysm, into a diverse collection
Short concept film exploring various ways of tracking and shooting skateboarders moving through the landscape. Skateboarders include David Bowens, Cooper Wilt, Derek Fukuhara, Adrian Adrid, Ronnie Sandoval, Riley Stevens, and Robbie Russo. Created by Brian Lotti
Gary Farlow and his team of 10 are able to transform the body’s vasculature, and nearly all of its other parts, into an ornate borosilicate glass sculptures, from the heart’s ventricles to the brain’s circle of Willis for science and medical training.
Their anatomically correct models can be designed to simulate blood flow, teach placement of catheters and angioplasty devices, or simply test or demo new surgical gizmos. If it wasn’t for the 25,000 dollar price tag, this might even work as a high-class Halloween brandy decanter.
the world. Appearing in six James Bond films, including the upcoming “Skyfall”, the car has without a doubt left an indelible mark on popular culture. James Bond will forever be linked with Aston Martin in the same way as Omega watches, and there is no coincidence that the first and last of Bond’s films have made this automotive circle complete. Good design is timeless.
Carthartt is made to serve the worker, and wouldn’t exist without those people that get down and dirty, that worked hard to create this country. That’s probably because it is an old school and humble Midwest company, that prefers to let the conversation be about making top notch products, that will keep people safe and dry and warm.
Carhartt has been making clothing in the U.S. since Hamilton Carhartt founded the company in 1889, and just released a Made in USA collection, with seven of the most popular and iconic workwear pieces.