14.08.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Santiago Salvador Ascui

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A selection of paintings by Chile-based artist Santiago Salvador Ascui. More images from “Especies” below.

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13.08.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Heiko Müller

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A selection of paintings by Hamburg, Germany-based artist Heiko Müller. More images below.

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12.08.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Isabella Nazzarri

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A selection of abstract paintings by Milan-based artist Isabella Nazzarri. More images from “Sistema Innaturale” below.

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12.08.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Jean-Paul Mallozzi

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Paintings by artist Jean-Paul Mallozzi. More images below.

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12.08.16 by Jeff

Unreleased 52-Minute Wu-Tang Clan Freestyle From 1997

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Tim Westwood just blessed the Internet with an absolute gem from his collection! A little piece of history in the form of a freestyle session featuring ODB, Method Man, U-God, Masta Killa, and RZA going off for just under an hour. Listen to the entire thing below!

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12.08.16 by Staff

Kickstarter of the Day: A Book that Forces You to Solve Puzzles to Unlock the Next Page

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Industrial designer Brady Whitney has created the ultimate puzzle book: one that requires the reader to solve each page before moving on to the next. Made of five wooden laser-cut puzzles/pages, the story revolves around an apprentice of Da Vinci who is similarly trapped reading the Codex and must solve it before his master returns. More images and video below.

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11.08.16 by Staff

Samsung Celebrates Barrier Defying Athlete with “The Chant”


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In honour of the 2016 Olympic Games, Samsung is celebrating those who challenge the definition of what is possible and overcome great odds to achieve their dreams. Earlier this year they released the documentary short, “A Fighting Chance”, which highlighted the untold stories of four Olympic hopefuls. Their latest video, “The Chant”, embraces the same spirit of perseverance — embodied this time by South Sudanese runner Margret Rumat Rumat Hassan.

Following her from the locker room, to the stadium, to a village in South Sudan, the film is as much about cheering Margret on as it is a celebration of just how much she’s already accomplished. Despite growing up amidst civil unrest, Margret continued to train on her own and is now set to compete in Rio as part of South Sudan’s first-ever Olympic team!

Watch “The Chant” below!

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11.08.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Matthew Palladino

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A selection of paintings and reliefs by San Francisco-born, New York-based artist Matthew Palladino. More images below.

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