The Teenagers / Homecoming

This video for The Teenagers, directed by Kinga Burza, is so beautiful and dreamy, even though the song itself is kinda’ raunchy and talks about getting down with your step-cousin or something. The song and video remind of something that Sofia Coppola would do, sort of like her short film, ‘Lick The Star’.

The Teenagers released the single for Homecoming a week ago on Merok Records. Also be sure to check out their really good remix Myspace!

Bobby

David Rager

David Rager

David Rager

Talk about an awesome job… David Rager seems to be the MOCA Los Angeles’ go to guy for everything advertising related for all of the big shows for the last, let’s say, 2 years? And with good reason too, the man has some really awesome designs under his belt.
Check out his great work!

Bobby

MPRIES / The Best Supermarkets in the World

MPRIES / The Best Supermarkets in the World

MPRIES / The Best Supermarkets in the World

The MPRIES in Sarrasine

American supermarkets take notice! This is what a supermarket SHOULD look like!
MPRIES is a family owned Austrian supermarket chain that employs up and coming architects to design the most amazing supermarkets I think I’ve ever seen. They use interesting materials, exciting and unique lighting, and each store has it’s own site specific design. Attention to detail is seen not only in the outside but the inside as well, giving customers an extremely comfortable environment to shop in. I want to go to Austria to check all of these out now! The closest thing we have to this in America would be Whole Foods.

Since MPRIES’ website is all in German, I’ve taken all of the cool pictures of nearly EVERY store they have to show everyone really how cool these stores are! You should be extremely jealous you don’t have one of these close to you!

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World’s First 24-bit OLED

World’s First 24-bit OLED

Sony released pictures of a new OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) display that can show 16.7 MILLION colors, as opposed to the next closest display, which could only do 262,000. It’s all on a flexible piece of plastic that’s only 0.3mm thick.
This is seriously the future right here. Everything you’ve ever seen in sci-fi about something like this will be true.
You’re going to read your digital subscription of the New York Times on this stuff. Computers monitors will be as thin as magazines, and will roll up into a tube that fits in your monitor. Then haptic technology will come into it and you’ll be able to have touch screen capabilities.
I’m a firm believer in the, ‘If you can dream it, it can happen”, idea.

Info via Engadget

Bobby