Arcade Fire, along with Google and the artist Chris Milk, launched an interactive film set to their track “We Used To Wait”. After entering a childhood address, the project uses Google Maps and Google Street View to incorporate shots of the viewer’s hometown into the video. It creates a uniquely personal experience with the use of choreographed windows, custom rendered maps, real-time compositing, and much more. To make your own ‘Wilderness Downtown’, click here.
We’re stoked that Morgan’s films didn’t work out. If they had, the world would have never known the fascinating and culturally revealing stories of “16 and Pregnant”.
This style of filmic/doc reality that Morgan is producing at MTV is ahead of its time, and we’re hoping he’ll make good on his word and focus on truancy or drop-outs next.
Read all about it here…
Oh I see how good he minds you.
‘The Sexy Book of Sexy Sex’ written by funny comedians, Kristen Schaal and Rich Blomquist, highlights the best parts of sex -everything from ‘pubescaping’ to a list of household objects that can’t be used as dildo’s:
This helpful guide will having you laughing all the way to the bed. To purchase the book, click here.
Seems like a funny joke when our fall fashion issues hit our mailboxes in the midst of sweltering August heat. We drip sweat onto pretty pictures of boots, scarves, sweaters and courdoroy blazers. True, September is just around the corner, but for every New Yorker that means fashion week hell. Six in one, half a dozen in another. Enjoy the Mags!
Claudia Schiffer, Elle Macpherson, Helena Christensen, Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Stephanie Seymour and Christy Turlington are defined as the original supermodels. In Style is running a spread on the 8 ladies, then and now, in honor of the women turning 40. The best and worst part is, they don’t look that different. To see all the pictures, click here.