Want a t-shirts designed by Gael García Bernal, Xu Bing, Mariko Mori and Santigold? The creative brains of Intel and the Levi’s have made that possible.
The international FRIENDS OF MOCA campaign has made it to Australia, offering limited edition t-shirts made by the world's most wonderfully eccentric minds. First unveiled at Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles last month, FRIENDS OF MOCA is a part of Intel’s Ultrabook Experience, with the aim of supporting creative learning.
Australians can purchase the limited edition tees from Levi’s Australian flagship store Melbourne Central, for RRP$39.95 Accompanying the t-shirts instore will be an Ultrabook installation that will display the latest convertible Ultrabooks for the public to play with.
FRIENDS OF is a program that supports of creative learning and social causes around the world, and provides an opportunity for the Levi’s and Intel to collaborate with influential creatives across all mediums. The partnership harnesses the power of technology, design, craftsmanship and partnership to bring to life meaningful skill sharing programs and resources for young people both in Australia and around the world.
More at intel.com
Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss got naked in Interview Russia –
not in 1994, right now!
Shot by Mert and Marcus and accompanying an interview of Kate by Naomi, the two '90s babes look absolutely amazing. It's kind of reminded us how much we've missed Naomi. Thanks internet!
SPOILER: Solange Knowles
has a new song and you really, really like it. 'Lovers In The Park' is a slowburing, '80s makeout jam (Dev Hynes' influence we're guessing). Much like her last single 'Losing You', you like it a little bit more every time you hear it.
Solange's 7-track EP True
is out next week, and we are NOT SAD ABOUT IT.
More at pitchfork.com
Major Lazer did a remix of The Prodigy's 'Smack My Bitch Up', and it'll make you want to punch something – but in a good way? So if you're planning on hitting a punching bag at the gym later, this will really help out.
Writer, producer, actress and director Lena Dunham has decided to to do one more cool thing before the year is out, appearing on i-D
's prestigious "Wise Up" Winter issue. The last cover was of Grace Coddington, so it speaks a lot of Lena's assumed longevity in the biz. All the haters who have viewed Girls (and Lena) as some sort of flash-in-the-pan success, will be eating their words right about now (because when is i-D
ever wrong, right?).
The story, which is shot by Todd Cole and written by Paul Flynn, covers "her rapid rise to fame, and why she votes herself ‘not hot’ on style blogs" and is out this December.
Order all the copies!
More at i-donline.com