When we started working on Book of Sarth, it was more of an experiment in music distribution, but it took on serious dimensions after Alex Smith started defining the story. Our collaboration was full of weird coincidences, Alex would show me a drawing and it would match lyrics I had written months earlier. Part of [...]
For all you kids of the 80s, check out iArcade. Plug in your ipad and play Streetfighter until you get carpal tunnel. Also compatible with 100 Atari classics, including Asteroids, Centipede, and Battlezone, if you wanna go all retro jJust download the apps). $90 on Amazon.
Have you ever lost your phone due to water damage? I have and that’s why I couldn’t believe it when I saw the Subtech dryskin, a 100% waterproof cover for your smartphone or iPad. In fact, it even allows you to take photos and videos down to 16 foot under water. Purchase them online and you can make your own Nemo film or find a real mermaid.
I’m not sure about you, but I’m pretty old-fashioned when it comes to literature. I love the smell and feeling of holding an old book in my palms and physically turning its pages. That’s why I connect so well with Kyle Bean’s handcrafted Future of Books concept. The Brighton-based illustrator pokes fun at the idea [...]
Here’s a neat little stand for the iPad that lets users tilt their devices to whatever angle they want. The Hinge for iPad was designed with sustainability in mind. They come either in recycled polypropylene or sustainably harvested birch and leather.
The new iPad Tire Track Hand Made Product is a crazy track design sticker. This creative product is cast premium decal for iPad surface in black matte color. Designed by Skinstronic Istanbul.
Stencil, fine art and mixed media street art will combine shortly in Sydney for M.A.R.s Attacks. Opening at Red Bull Gallery on October 15, the exhibition features Australian favourites Meggs and 2026 alongside street art pioneers Remo and Adam McLevey.