Photographer Wes Naman has captured a series of faces that have been unapologetically distorted by sticky tape. Similar to a series by Douglas Gordon, and as seen in Jim Carrey’s Yes Man, all we can say is the tape in the hair and beard won’t be fun to remove.
Lost At E Minor had the chance last week to re-visit Wellington (nb… the two founders of the site are originally from Wellington), the picturesque capital of New Zealand, and as more people are finding out, it’s not exactly one of those stuffy, pretentious capitals full of cold monuments. No. It’s far cooler than that.
22-year old Ben used to be a glassy in Kings Cross in Sydney, living the life of a student in the city’s coolest spot. Binge drinking took over his life and he lost everything – literally. Watch Ben’s story as he takes us down his path and see how binge drinking can affect your life […]
We’ve been tracking our favourites entrants to Sapporo’s Snow Festival in Japan competition, where entrants were asked to shoot a weekly theme, using Instagram, relating to the fine Japanese beer. Kris Lombardi’s winning image was announced today at midday, with the blazing festival snap winning over the judges.
The Landing Bar hosted Lost At E Minor’s Newcastle based team for a craft beer session to sample the best of the Little Creatures range. Originally a small boutique brewer in Western Australia, Little Creatures has grown into one of Australia’s most successful craft brewers. We talked beer with the White Rabbit brewers and enjoyed the very best that the single batch Puffing Billy had to throw at us.
With selfies, Instagram and duckfaces showing no signs of relenting, The Capes Times newspaper in South Africa took a different approach to telling their readers how they get their stories straight from the horse’s mouth via a first-hand accounts. These cleverly photoshopped famous images are part of a striking new marketing campaign for the paper – even if the arms look a little long.
There’s just two days left to win yourself an ultimate Tolkien enthusiast prize to see The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey via Wellington’s ‘Say it in Kiwi’ competition. The contest is looking to bring out your inner Orc, Frodo or King Kong, so jump onto filmmewlg and record yourself using a webcam saying a movie line from any one of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Avatar, King Kong, The Adventures of Tin Tin or District 9.
The Terrace Bar in Newcastle, about two hours north of Sydney, is a new small bar and alternative arts/underground music venue with the feel of a San Francisco divebar. A wide variety of craft beers and famous local Hunter wines are available, while local and visiting must-see acts perform in the venue’s intimate gig room. The atmosphere is cool, relaxed, and different to most nightspots in the city – think less meatmarket, less hot TV screens, and more vibe, hipster-chic.
Colourful, weird, and wonderful, iamkamty’s hand drawn shades gave the Lost At E Minor office more than a few surprised laughs while they were being given a road test. Available in a range of sometimes cute, sometimes outrageous, vibrant designs, including Space Invaders and Pac Man, the glasses have a number of tiny holes which allow you to see quite well, which is perfect to watch reactions of friends and total strangers.
Like something out of a fairytale, Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy, France is a stunning town wound around an outcrop of rock to a Monastery at the its peak. It is a stunning place with a population of just 44 and while often busy with a number of the three million tourists who visit it each year.
With the special Lost At E Minor party going down in Sydney tomorrow night, we’ve been looking through this year’s ‘Best Of‘ to pick out the most stunning images that we’ve all enjoyed so much to share on the walls of the venue. Each image below is linked to the original post. We hope you enjoy as much as we did, and if you think we’ve missed any, let us know.
Tauba Auerbach presents the RGB color scheme in a hard-copy reference volume of all the colours in existence. We estimate, with ink around $40 for a printer cartridge, that this would have cost around $3 million to print. Give or take. You can see a small number of them at the Museum of Modern Art […]
Watching tourists recreate The Beatles’ famous Abbey Road album cover on the world’s most famous zebra crossing is quite a fun time-waster. London locals avoid the area like the plague, knowing they’ll be forced to wait to watch the next group strut their stuff, day or night.
Heading over to Metropolis for a vacation to check out Superman’s stomping ground isn’t quite feasible yet, and the shuttle to Gotham City hasn’t yet commenced. But you can get these vintage travel posters for your wall. Dave Ault’s illustrations, covering Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and more DC Comics heroes, give you a minimalist mid-century travel feel.
Cirque du Soleil is an event shrouded in Franco-Canadian mystery. If you haven’t been, you wonder if a synthesis of circus styles could really reduce people to babbling superlatives when they return. Or if they’ve been bought. This isn’t a normal show of strength, flexibility or prowess. It’s a full five degrees of difficulty more than anything you can expect. Think one-footed unicyclists flipping metal bowls from their spare leg onto the head of another smiling-peddling-balancing-bowl-catching rider. Add costumes, colour, light and music, and you’re only starting to get warm to the spectacle that is Cirque. Read on for more images and a special offer.