Lana Del Rey featured in H&M ad campaign
Blue Velvet, the 1963 song, is back on showcase recently, as it’s referred by H&M in it’s ad campaign.
The short L.A. noir-inspired-film bring you to 50s-style movie, where she’s singing, being hypnotised by a pocket watch and seductively standing in an old telephone box. One cannot just not notice the similarity with David Lynch’s iconic film Blue Velvet from 1986.
Judging by this teaser, we can expect more peach-colored pants, angora sweaters, and printed leggings this season. Also on display: scary-looking brown wigs and a little person dressed in a suit.
The artist takes architecture to a new level – literally, with his mind-bending series of flying houses.
“non-control” fragmental drawing about superfluous space by an architect and illustrator Davit Yukhanyan
Lisa Alma’s new, self-directed video premiere on Sub!
Moby releases a new studio album in collaboration with several guest performers and vocalists.
A lovely dream-pop song and a sick video from a Copenhagen songstress Lisa Alma