There. are. no. words.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008 at 1:39 AM

Wishlist: Hi Top Sneakers

Sunday, July 27, 2008 at 8:50 AM

These sneakers will be mine... They must be. Sneaky Steve Rodeo Shoe from Urban Outfitters. Payday cannot come soon enough...

UPDATE: There are also these contenders... from Double Identity, a London based streetwear line. Available at Seven NY. I'm going to buy one of these come payday. Which one should I buy?
Leave your opinions in the comments section.

UPDATE TO THE UPDATE: Another pair of Double Identity Sneakers. I'm in hi-top heaven. Also from Seven NY.

Song of the Week 21: Converse Gallery

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I've decided to make my song of the week- actually one song, each week. Whodathunk...

This week's song is care of the company that covers my feet half of the time... Converse. This song was created to mark the 100th anniversary of Converse. More about the song here.

"My Drive Thru" by NERD, Santogold and Julian Casablancas.

Logo Redesign... Already!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008 at 11:29 PM

So a new contender for logo has arrived. It's two swashy "JL"s interlocked. I like it for it's symmetry, its simplicity of concept. It really has some great design potential too. Look at some business card designs I came up with in like 3 minutes:

And a back to the card too...

Fancy look, better clients... right?


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After a few drinks everything gets confusing... but not this confusing*

*Awesome casting, though, the guy really looks like a woman (and walks like one too!) and the woman really just looks like a girly-model-man.

Song of the Week 20: Stereolab

Friday, July 18, 2008 at 3:27 PM

I heart Stereolab. They say you either love all of Stereolab, or nothing about them at all, and I have to say I'm one of the people who proudly love everything they come up with. So, on this delicious friday, enjoy my 20th song of the week theme, Stereolab*.

1."The Man with 100 Cells" by Stereolab
2."Excursions into Oh, A-Oh" by Stereolab
3."Space Moth" by Stereolab

(*These are my three favorite songs by them.)


Monday, July 14, 2008 at 11:15 AM

Me: That is the definition of OVERPHOTOSHOPPING

Carly: like the minute I saw it i was like JESUS
Carly: he looks like he should be in a final fantasy scene

Did Matthew Fox get his faced buffed by a zamboni recently?

From Dlisted.

WTF Clear blue?

Sunday, July 13, 2008 at 3:06 PM

Are they marketing this to men? What is up with this commerical?

Update: Apparently there's an explanation for this. from the outside though, it just seems like a ridiculously stupid commerial. E for effort though.

Wishlist: Zuriick Shoes

Friday, July 11, 2008 at 2:26 PM

I really want these shoes. Really badly.
$65.00 from Zuriick.

Slice of Life: Ron Mueck

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Loree: (links to that ^)
Loree: Amazing!

Me: That's a really gross looking baby

Loree: She was just born
Loree: She didn't have time to go to the salon

(click on the image if you like this sort of thing)

Song of the Week 19: Haiti

Wednesday, July 9, 2008 at 9:50 AM

This week's theme is where I'm from by way of my parents... Haiti!
(Each artist on this list is from my home country, Haiti.)

1."Gade Papi" (Look, Boy) by Emeline Michel
2."Black Wave/Bad Vibrations" by Arcade Fire
3."Pa Manyen Fanm Man" (Don't Touch My Hand) by Sweet Micky
4."911" by Wyclef Jean

Spell Check T Shirt

Sunday, July 6, 2008 at 12:15 AM

I really want to make a spell check t-shirt. I'm unsure of what misspelled (is "misspelled" misspelled?) word to use. In any event, it would be an opportunity to use times new roman in a good way. How about that. Gonna think about what word to use for a little while.

Song of the Week 18: Independence

Thursday, July 3, 2008 at 11:19 AM
Today's theme is Independence... tommorow is Freedom Day! Hurray! USA! USA!

1."Think" Aretha Franklin
2."The Star Spangled Banner" Whitney Houston
3."America the Beautiful" Ray Charles with Alicia Keys
4."Freedom" George Michael
5."The National Anthem" Radiohead

Have a happy fourth! Get drunk and watch fireworks!

Albums I Love from Start to Finish*

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  • Aaliyah "Aaliyah"
  • Arianne Moffatt "Aquanaute"
  • Bat for Lashes "Fur and Gold"
  • The Bird and the Bee "The Bird and the Bee"
  • Bjork "Vespertine"
  • Blonde Redhead "Misery is a Valentine" & "23"
  • Charlotte Church "Tissues and Issues" (shut up)
  • Delgados "Hate"
  • Feist "The Reminder"
  • Final Fantasy "He Poos Clouds"
  • Frou Frou "Details"
  • Imogen Heap "Speak for Yourself"
  • Jason Mraz "Waiting for My Rocket to Come"
  • Jem "Finally Woken"
  • Kate Havnevik "Melankton"
  • Keane "Under the Iron Sea"
  • Kenna "New Sacred Cow"
  • Kings of Convenience "Riot on an Empty Street"
  • Lavender Diamond "Imagine Our Love"
  • M83 "Saturdays=Youth"
  • Madonna "Confessions on a Dance Floor" (hey, gay here, remember)
  • Margot and the Nuclear So and So's "The Dust of Retreat"
  • Menomena "Friend and Foe"
  • Midlake "The Trials of Van Occupanther"
  • Ms. John Soda "Notes and the Like"
  • Natalie Walker "Urban Angel"
  • Peter Bjorn and John "Writer's Block"
  • The Postmarks "The Postmarks"
  • Radiohead "Kid A"
  • Sade "Lovers Rock" and "Stronger than Pride"
  • Sara Bareilles "Little Voice"
  • Sarah McLachlan "Fumbling Toward Ecstasy" and "Surfacing"
  • Scissor Sisters "Music is the Victim"
  • Sia "Colour the Small One"
  • Sissy "All Under"
  • Every Stereolab Album. Literally.
  • Telepopmusik "Angel Milk"
  • Tori Amos "Scarlet's Walk" And "Little Earthquakes"
  • Yelle "Pop Up"
  • Zero 7 "When It Falls"
*My resident brit and I were having a convo this morning about albums I love from beginning to end, and it got me thinking.

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