Category Archives: FOOD
January in Japan is a project by director and photographer Scott Gold. He documents his travel through different parts of Japan (Tokyo, Kyoto and Yudanaka) in the winter. Japan is usually more celebrated for it Spring Sakura but it’s as beautiful and dreamy in January.
The video with shot with a Canon 5DMK3 with Magic Lantern firmware and LightForm Cinema C preset, mostly at 60p. Scott used Canon 24-105mm 4.0 IS and the Canon 50mm 1.4 lenses. The Editing was done with Premiere CC and the color correction with Colorista II and Film Convert Pro 2. The Music is Daughters by Tony Anderson.
More on Scott Gold work on his website: www.scott-gold.com
Tsukiji Fish Market
Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Tournament
Shinkansen Bullet Trains
Yudanaka Outdoor Onsen
Jigokudani Snow Monkeys
Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony
Fushimi Inari Shrine/Gates
Montreal retailer Off The Hook returns with the official premiere of its “Black Crab” pack consisting of a pair of Sk8-Hi Reissue Zip LXs and Authentic LXs. Designed in conjunction with Iron Chef winner Chuck Hughes, this collection was fueled by a longtime love of Vans and the desire to rethink traditional kitchen footwear. With its mission clearly stated, each of the two tonal black sneakers feature a water-repellant construction, minimal stitching, waxed cotton laces, a cork insole, and the iconic non-slip waffle outsole.
Chromatic porn food series.
Agency : Proximity BBDO Paris
Creative Director : Valérie Levy-Harrar
Associate Creative Director : Audrey Tamic
Art Director : Rémi Jamin
Music Composer : Aymeric Lepage
Art Buyer : Francine Jiminiga
Directors : M. Roulier et P. Lhomme
Production : Le Potager Prod.
Food designer : Emmanuel Turiot
Style designer : Sylvie Bagros
Editing : Bruno Herlin
Concreat sounds : The Hot Line
LeBron James partners with Sprite to formulate a limited edition flavor of soda. Sprite 6 Mix as it is called, combines the traditional taste of the brand’s signature lemon-lime soda with a splash of cherry and orange flavor. In addition to the new concoction within, James also co-created the name Sprite 6 Mix as well as its packaging graphics to reflect his signature style and tastes. Available in 20-ounce bottles and 19.2-ounce cans, Sprite 6 Mix will appear on store shelves for a limited time over the next few months. For more information on its release, please visit here.
For more from George Monbiot, visit http://www.monbiot.com/ and for more on “rewilding” visit http://bit.ly/1hKGemK and/or check out George Monbiot’s book Feral: rewilding the land, the sea and human life: http://amzn.to/1fjgirx
NOTE: There are “elk” pictured in this video when the narrator is referring to “deer.” This is because the narrator is British and the British word for “elk” is “red deer” or “deer” for short. The scientific report this is based on refers to elk so we wanted to be accurate with the truth of the story.
“When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.” – John Muir
When wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in the United States after being absent nearly 70 years, the most remarkable “trophic cascade” occurred. What is a trophic cascade and how exactly do wolves change rivers? George Monbiot explains in this movie remix.
Narration from TED: “For more wonder, rewild the world” by George Monbiot. Watch the full talk, here: http://bit.ly/N3m62h
Chris McVeigh is an illustrator, photographer, author, and LEGO builder. Though his work may not be the most complex, or the most unique, it carries the perfect amount of nostalgia to make anyone fall in love with it. Learn more about McVeigh and see a lot more of his work on his website.
Known for his rather extravagant ideas when it comes to the backdrops of his fashion shows, Karl Lagerfeld one-upped himself yet another time. For the recent Chanel runway show at Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014, he had a full-blown grocery store built inside the Grand Palais, complete with fresh produce and shelves that stocked Chanel-branded bread, coffee, ketchup and champagne, among other things. The shopping baskets featured the label’s famous chains as seen on their luxury handbags, while models pushed shopping carts around the store.
A brand which creates quality products at very affordable prices, DOIY presents a handheld pizza cutter in the shape of a bicycle, with its two wheels functioning as the blades. The Fixie Pizza Cutter has been designed after your typical fixed-gear bike and comes equipped with miniature handlebars, a seat, and is offered in two different colorways: Watermelon (mint and pink) and Bumblebee (black and yellow). Both are now available online for approximately $25 USD.
Some really nice work by Antrepo that showcases how minimalist packaging could look in an industry that is obsessed with MORE, MORE, MORE. If only the grocery store aisle looked a bit like this…
Check out the complete list of Hypebeast’s Hundred HERE
Whether by effort, skill or often both, 2013 offered up many names deserving of accolades; newcomers and veterans, varying in practice from music, art, and fashion to technology and media. Aiming to sensibly account for all achievements worth noting in 2013 is a lofty task, and while there are many deserving of commendation, this list pays respects to those that made the biggest leaps.
The big picture seems to revolve around the continual growth of a global culture through which news and trends can instantaneously spread. It is no longer surprising when something goes viral, rather it is expected. The digital age persists in creating and killing celebrities, seemingly offering a new name each day. In 2013, the overlap carried on; and never has there been a more eclectic mix involving street culture, with high fashion, sportswear and hip-hop all playing their parts. Street goths, bucket hats and floral prints arrived in full force, activewear and function became more prominent, rappers co-mingled with streetwear influencers, and multinational corporations patiently took notes. Meanwhile, we bore witness to Miley’s twerk seen around the world, Kanye unleashed the brilliance of Yeezus and a following barrage on radio programs, and it was our mission to keep you updated along the way. We present to you our inaugural listing of The HYPEBEAST Hundred.
Your chopsticks can make your food taste better, claims Hashikura Matsukan, a chopstick manufacturer steeped in 400 years of history. But how can you improve on, or reinvent, something that’s been around for so long? Something that’s been refined so many times? It’s just 2 sticks that taper to a point, right? Well that’s exactly where Oki Sato from Nendo turned to, when he was asked to redesign a series of chopsticks.
“Chopsticks ordinarily come in pairs,” explains Sato, “but the rassen chopsticks are a single unit. They’re separated into two for eating, then rejoined into one form when not in use.” Rassen means helix, and refers to the DNA-like shape used to link the two together.
Another design in the series is kamiai, or interlock. “We put a gap on one of the four sides of the square shaped chopstick, and embedded a magnet, so that the two would snap together in one piece when they are flipped and fitted to each other.
We placed the magnets towards the outside of each chopstick, so that the chopsticks don’t come together accidentally while someone is using them to eat.”
Season 3 of Jerry Seinfeld’s web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee kicks off with Louis CK riding shotgun. Gallivanting around town in a 1959 Fiat Jolly in coral orange, they ultimately head to CK’s boat where topics range from their shared history as standup comics, t0 facial hair, to the precarious makeup of the delicate car.
While embedding is disabled, watch the entire twenty-three minute episode here.