What a great name for a band. Oceanics… just sounds cool, right? These Australian guys are JUST as good as their band name, and they’ve just released a brand new track. “The City” is a fun brit-pop track that will have you moving in your chair before you even realize just how Read More
Julian Bialowas is a Canadian Photographer & Designer born in Montreal, Quebec, currently residing in Calgary, Alberta and packing his bags to move to San Francisco in the coming weeks.
Best known for his 365q photo project, Julian also helps others live their dreams at Everest, co-runs 16HOURS Magazine, and works with brands and artists worldwide, including the likes of Shwood Eyewear and Brooklyn based dream-pop band Savoir Adore (take a look at his cover art for their new album…wow).
I was first introduced to Julian’s work last year when my sister Read More
I met Allison Harvard at a party in New York City two summers ago. She is absolutely striking but even more unique. This wide-eyed Texas native is currently a model and fine artist living in Brooklyn, New York. Over the past couple years I’ve followed her work and have been blown away time and time again. The people and creatures she depicts in her art are truly from a world of her own creation, one which I very much enjoy visiting.
I’m so pleased to share this little interview we created for you Charlies! Read More
A few days ago, Walk The Moon premiered their new video for “Tightrope” (the latest single off their self-titled debut album, Walk The Moon). To introduce the video on twitter, the band wrote: “Face paint, animal noises, paper trees, dancing giraffes. We bring you TIGHTROPE, the video – directed by Ari Costa“.
The joy and excitement these boys exude in their performance is completely infectious. They may or may not have induced a full-on dance party at the YM&C HQ (WARNING: you will Read More
Destiny is a computer generated animated short created by a group of French students from art school, Bellecour. The film deals with the underlying notion that every second counts. The visuals are lovely and warm – reminiscent of a Pixar animated film; the narrative is effortless with the story Read More