From November 4 to December 11, the intriguing industrial spaces of Sydney’s Cockatoo Island will come alive with the Outpost Project – a world-class showcase of street art. Within the cavernous steel confines of the Heavy Machine Shop lies NEXT, a vibrant display of Australia’s most comprehensive collection of graphic T-shirts.
Presented by T-world, in conjunction with aMBUSH Gallery, NEXT is dedicated to the past, present and future of the T-shirt industry.
In 2011, whether you’re an advocate for design, graffiti, skate, street or urban, the T-shirt is the singular identifying uniform speaking the voice of youth culture. Will you be there to see what’s NEXT?
Directed by VERSUS
Presented by T-world
“Deemed as an extreme waterman explorer without a sense of fear, surfer Garrett McNamara just broke the world record for the largest wave surfed by successfully navigating his way through a 90-foot watery wall in Portugal. The previous record was set in 2008 by Mike Parsons at 77 feet. This video was shot with a GoPro camera strapped to his surfboard and features a clip of his almost-impossible accomplishment.”
Apple’s decision to embrace artificial intelligence with its new voice-controlled Siri personal assistant was undeniably a good shout. We could go on and on about how Siri-ously awesome Apple’s new iPhone 4S feature is, but it’s really something you’ve got to see for yourself.
Rumour has is that Apple will be announcing their new iPhone 5 on October 4th, 2011. The invitations for the upcoming event have just gone out with the tagline ‘Let’s Talk iPhone’. Is this why my 4 has been so fucked up lately?Tweet
“After having worked already with Pantone on iPad and iPhone cases, Case Scenario presents their new Space Invaders Collection. The debut Space Invaders by Case Scenario collection features the colourful pixilated characters from the classic arcade shooter game and is available for iPhone 4, iPad 2, iPad 2 book case, iPod Touch and laptops. The collection includes both hard cases and soft cases and is now available from select retailers around the globe and online here.” — HighsnobietyTweet
We’re pretty sure this is the gayest thing you could possible do in front of your TV. Got something worse? Comment below.
Champion Jockey: G1 Jockey & Gallop Racer is the spiritual successor of the G1 Jockey and Gallop Racer series, and depicts the Horse Racing universe through a collection of real world races and immersive and intuitive gameplay with simple controls. Through the use of the latest motion controllers on the market, experience what it feels like to be a Jockey!Tweet
This shit is bananas. “Last time we visited Photojojo, the online shop was still offering its 8X Zoom Telephoto Lens for Apple iPhone. Fast forward to now as it introduce its new Apple iPhone SLR Lens Mount. A kit with a set of heavy duty aluminum casing (for your iPhone 4), a special lens adapter along with a UV filter and you’re set to snap away utilizing only the iPhone with your pre-existing SLR camera lens. The possibilities are limitless. For great depth of field, slap on a 50mm prime lens. For a up close and personal shot of a celebrity doing the dirty deed, switch on the 70-200mm telephoto. Need to compose an other worldly image? A fish-eye lens is the way to go. Yes, your ridiculous appearance will be the bud of jokes for a time among your friends. But, they will all stop laughing when your impromptu street shots of Transformers hottie Rosie Huntington-Whiteley land you a gig with Victoria’s Secret… Available for either Apple iPhone 3 or 4 in Canon or Nikon lens at Photojojo online store.” via FreshnessTweet
Must do work.
“Brabus, one of the most respected tuning companies in the world, has now unveiled its latest creation, the Brabus iBusiness. Based on the Mercedes-Benz S600, the Brabus iBusiness four-seater luxury sedan packs in a range of multimedia features, including two iPads in the rear seats with Bluetooth keyboards and mouse, an ultra-small Mac minicomputer under the rear shelf and a 64GB Apple iPod Touch. The German super tuners have fitted the Mercedes S600 iBusiness with a 15.2-inch TFT display with 16:9 aspect ratio and USB 2.0 ports in the rear compartment to hook up peripherals to the Mac. You can connect to the internet via UMTS and HSDPA. The two iPads control the complete BRABUS multimedia system and the car’s standard S-Class COMAND system with all functions such as radio, navigation system and telephone.”
Nearly exact replicas of the legendary hip hop sequencers, the AKAI MPC 2000 XL and E-MU SP1200, in the form of a 2 inch wide, 4GB USB Flash Drive. There’s an incredible amount of detail on these pieces, down to the colors and the raised buttons, knobs and text. To reveal the USB plug, you simply pull it apart down the middle and bam… you got 4 Gigs of compact flash drive space to take with wherever you may go. Cop it @ Digital Gravel.Tweet