Andrew McConnell. Photographer. Irish. Kenya/UK.

Rubbish Dump 2.0.

Urban China.



Apple Board. THISMADE. Basel.

via- designspray.de

Gold Panda. Same Dream China.

Dane Lovett. Artist. Melbourne.

acrylic on aluminum.

watercolour and gouache on paper.

watercolor and acrylic on paper.

acrylic on canvas.

watercolour on paper.

acrylic and marker on canvas.

acrylic and watercolour on paper.

INCREDIBLE new work from danelovett.com.
see previous post on Dane here.


Kate Waters. Painter. Canada.

Oil on canvas.
see previous post on Kate here.


Ampersand Food Groups. By Dan Beckemeyer.


Nike + Undercover Gyakusou.

This October, Nike + Jun Takahashi, founder/head designer of Japan’s clothing line Undercover, will release the first Nike x Undercover Gyakusou performance running collection. Gyakusou takes its name from a group of Tokyo-based runners –including Takahashi–who passionately run in their city. ‘Gyaku’ meaning wrong way or reverse and ‘sou’ meaning ‘run or running’-a reference to the group running counter-clockwise while the rest of Tokyo’s runners run clockwise in the city’s parks. Nike + Takahashi focused on colors, wanting to provide an alternative to traditional running neons/brights. The result sees subtle colors that Takahashi describes “reflect a harmony with nature” fused with reflective safety details and a recurring red trim inspired by the artery vein. RADical.
via- highsnobiety.com

Terry Richardson + his Mom Annie.

Terry Richardson has had an interesting upbringing. His mother was a dancer, performing on stage in Bye Bye Birdie and at the Copacabana nightclub. The Richardsons divorced in 1970 and Norma Richardson moved him to Woodstock, taking a job as a waitress, changing her name to Annie. Annie met her 2nd husband, English musician Jackie Lomax. They stayed in Woodstock for 4 years, tried a year in London and then settled in Hollywood. 10-year-old Terry did not adjust well, which is why Annie was on her way to pick him up from a therapist's the day she was rear-ended by a Pacific Bell telephone truck. The coma lasted a month, and when she awoke doctors determined the brain damage was permanent. "She could never really walk properly and she was in diapers," Terry says. Clearly Annie could not return to work, so while the court case dragged on the family survived on welfare. "The government and my grandma raised me from 10 to 14. My life basically started off jet set and then we were nearly homeless, on welfare." To get them off welfare Terry's step-dad settled out of court with Pacific Bell. "All she got was 300,000. She should have got millions, but we were so poor and needed the money," said Terry.
-Welcome to Terryworld by Dian Hanson-Taschen.
It's inspiring how Annie continues to stay positive and self-sufficient in the face of such adversity... love that she bikes to the market and does her own thing... it's also amazing how Terry came out on top after such a difficult childhood... quite the resilient family.
video via - terrysdiary.com

Winnie Truong. Artist. Toronto.

pencil crayon on paper.

pencil on paper.