wetheurban:

WEBTORIAL: J+CO x WeTheUrban #4

This month we’ve teamed up with new, mega-cool Los Angeles based streetwear brand, J+CO, to bring you five different posts with five different head-to-toe J+CO looks. 

This week it’s all about casual hippie chic as the girls rock the black hooded Euegene muscle dress and Avalon biker skinnies paired with the Courtney tie dye graphic tee

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wetheurban:

WEBTORIAL: J+CO x WeTheUrban #4

This month we’ve teamed up with new, mega-cool Los Angeles based streetwear brand, J+CO, to bring you five different posts with five different head-to-toe J+CO looks. 

This week it’s all about casual hippie chic as the girls rock the black hooded Euegene muscle dress and Avalon biker skinnies paired with the Courtney tie dye graphic tee

Click here to shop!

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septagonstudios:

Kilian Eng

septagonstudios:

Kilian Eng

madeleineishere:

Here’s a warm up doodle from earlier tonight. Got a lot done and now it is time to sleep.

madeleineishere:

Here’s a warm up doodle from earlier tonight. Got a lot done and now it is time to sleep.

septagonstudios:

Anita Kunz

septagonstudios:

Anita Kunz

ninagarcia:

Antoni Tapies

ninagarcia:

Antoni Tapies

newyorker:

Fantastic Voyages

“Hugo” is both a summing up of the cinematic past and a push forward  into new 3-D technologies. James Cameron’s “Avatar” was a luscious  purple-green spectacle—a fantasy of the natural world. “Hugo” is a  fantasy of the mechanical world: much of it is devoted to the workings  of a clock, a camera, an automaton, and a train station that functions  like a huge machine. No other work of art has demonstrated so explicitly  how gears, springs, shutters, wheels, and tracks can generate wonders.

- In this week’s issue, David Denby reviews “Hugo” and “My Week with Marilyn”: http://nyr.kr/sJ3uBX

newyorker:

Fantastic Voyages

“Hugo” is both a summing up of the cinematic past and a push forward into new 3-D technologies. James Cameron’s “Avatar” was a luscious purple-green spectacle—a fantasy of the natural world. “Hugo” is a fantasy of the mechanical world: much of it is devoted to the workings of a clock, a camera, an automaton, and a train station that functions like a huge machine. No other work of art has demonstrated so explicitly how gears, springs, shutters, wheels, and tracks can generate wonders.

- In this week’s issue, David Denby reviews “Hugo” and “My Week with Marilyn”: http://nyr.kr/sJ3uBX

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urlifefiles:

Frank Ocean, NYC! (Taken with instagram)

urlifefiles:

Frank Ocean, NYC! (Taken with instagram)

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eatsleepdraw:

‘Robbie The Rabbit’ is the sentient being that watches us all..Bootch Art and Design

eatsleepdraw:

‘Robbie The Rabbit’ is the sentient being that watches us all..
Bootch Art and Design