Justin Gignac’s Security “is an 18k gold-plated sterling silver pin with white diamonds on the front and back of the piece. An opulent interpretation of the shoplifter’s worst enemy”. If you can’t afford the $700 price tag you can always pick one up without diamonds for $550 or just… [via]
Mir1 design clothes based around Russian criminal tattoo. Apparently, they’re safe to wear as. After seeing Eastern Promises a while back I’ not sure I would dare.. not that I wear t-shirts with kittens on or tights for that matter! [via]
Evan Roth has stripped the visual distraction from a photo of a building in Brazil to isolate the Pixacao lettering – Pixacao Facade Study.
A reviewer by the name of Whisper has reviewed of AudioQuest K2 speaker cable that cost about £4.5k. The review centres about a community that live underground and have had their lives ruined by the cables. You’ll read the whole thing in a minute so no excuses for not clicking through to read the rest… [via]
We live underground. We speak with our hands. We wear the earplugs all our lives.
PLEASE! You must listen! We cannot maintain the link for long… I will type as fast as I can.
DO NOT USE THE CABLES!
Zlata is bendy! It’s obviously a fetish thing. She appears to be an anatomic mystery too. I can’t quite get my head around it but it’s probably not safe for work. As well as those available on her pay-to-view website, you can also catch a few photos here and an video about her and her unique medica condition here. [via]
It’s not so much of an update really as these pieces may have been there when I last posted about Wilhelm Starhle’s Silhouette Masterpiece Theatre a couple of years back. It’s just that I’ve just looked back at the images and found these two that made me laugh out aloud in the same way as the other ones did back then. Genius. [via]
Ministry of Stories has opened in Hoxton, London. Take a look at Alistair’s photos and you’ll begin to work out what kind of place it is… or maybe you won’t! Either way, it looks amazing. [via]
Among Asger Carlsen’s photos are a collection called Wrong, which in turn include some photos of people with prosthetic limbs that look like they were knocked up in the shed in someone’s back garden. [via]
Do You Like Head Banging?! is an advertising parody. “The idea is to underline, with humour, the absurdity of certain commercials and the potential of discrimination it could create.” I’m only linking it up because it reminded me of a dream I used to have when I was a teenage virgin listening to metal all the time! [via]
This is a pretty neat vertebral necklace. Good luck trying to find it on Givenchy’s dreadful Flash website. [via]