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Matcha Shop Files to Dismiss MoMA’s Trademark Violation Lawsuit

24 minutes ago

Last April, New York City’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) filed a trademark violation lawsuit against a brand new matcha and art cafe called Momacha. The museum claims that the Lower East Side shop is taking advantage of its world-famous MOMA MARKS and made a request to a federal judge to prevent the store from […]

These Guys Put a Real Engine in a Power Wheels Barbie Car

an hour ago

Remember the plastic whip your parents bought you when you were a kid? Those were the days, but we bet your ride didn’t come with the power that this particular Barbie vehicle is showcasing. Grind Hard Plumbing Co, a YouTube channel that features insane contraptions and cars, has in turn put a real engine in […]

A Look Inside Atiba Jefferson’s “Heart-Shaped Box” Exhibit in LA

a few hours ago

Celebrated photographer and professional skateboarder, Atiba Jefferson, recently launched a new exhibition entitled “Heart-Shaped Box” at HVW8 Gallery in Los Angeles, California. Made in collaboration with adidas Originals, Atiba spotlights his iconic portraits of Pharrell Williams, the late Dylan Rieder, and more celebrities alongside cityscapes and action shots. All photos are displayed in four large-scale […]

Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong is a Pop Art Dream

7 hours ago

This May marked the sixth edition of the Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong, with 115 local and international galleries showcased. Artists from all over were exhibited, with a large number showcasing some incredible pop art pieces. The fair took place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and presented a mix of established and emerging artists. This year’s fair also featured […]

Nokia 8110 “Banana Phone” Camera Test: Grainy Nostalgia

9 hours ago

Back in February, Finnish phone company HMD unveiled plans to reissue the Nokia 8110 — aka the “banana phone” — which shot to pop culture prominence after being featured in the 1999 sci-fi blockbuster The Matrix (which is trending super hard again). Ahead of its official release, Rare Norm managed to call early dibs on the drop, and naturally, we had […]

Meet Emanuele D’Angelo, Who Calls Emily Ratajkowski His Muse

yesterday

The iPhone is as disruptive a tool for various industries and professions as any we’ve seen up until this point in time. The way we communicated with each other changed. The way we went places changed. And of course, the way we documented our lives was never the same thanks to that tiny, onboard lens […]

Virgil Abloh is Releasing His Harvard Lecture as a Book

yesterday

In October last year, Virgil Abloh presented a lecture at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. During which, the OFF-WHITE founder spoke on famous “cheat codes,” he wished he received whilst studying and reflected on his early career in architecture and engineering. Key takeaways from the talk included how he created his own “personal design language,” […]

Vevo Shutting Down Website & Apps to Focus on YouTube

yesterday

Music video streaming platform Vevo will be terminating its mobile apps and consumer website in the coming weeks, focusing more resources on its partnership with YouTube instead. Announced via the company’s blog, Vevo said that it will “phase out elements” of its owned and operated platforms, which are primarily mobile apps and apps for streaming […]

A Look Inside the “WE RISE” Pop-Up in Los Angeles

yesterday

The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health launched a new campaign called “WE RISE” that aims to raise awareness for mental health, providing a wide range of rehabilitative services for LA youth. As part of the campaign, the organization is set to launch a 10-day pop-up art exhibit in the city’s downtown locale later […]

VHILS Creates New Chiseled Portraits for Paris Solo Exhibits

yesterday

VHILS recently launched two concurrent exhibitions in Paris, France. The distinguished Portuguese artist took over six rooms at the 104 Cent Quatre museum for his first monographic show entitled “Urban Fragments,” putting on a grand display of stacked 6-foot-tall billboards, a large-scale installation made of styrofoam portraying an unknown cityscape, as well as an array […]

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