The first ever authorized DVD release of films by iconic artist Andy Warhol is finally available. The release, in conjunction with The Andy Warhol Museum, features a slew of prolific subjects including the likes of Nico, Lou Reed, Edie Sedgwick, and Dennis Hopper amongst others. The DVD is comprised of 13 classic Warhol silent film portraits presented with newly commissioned soundtracks performed by Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips. Originally shot between 1964 and 1966 at Warhol’s Factory studio in New York City, this compilation is definitely a nice historical piece to own. Available now through Plexifilm for $30 USD while a more Limited Edition version is available for $250.
Innovative watch makers Nooka, present their newest project in the form of an art video with direction and animation by Melbourne designer Futuretron Infinity. The piece utilizes photography from Nooka’s latest lookbook with creative direction from Futuretron, Matthew Waldman and the Nooka team. Check it out!
Skate pro, Erick Ellington, widely regarded as one of the best around has made a name for himself not only by being an awesome dude and superb skater but for his signature collections from Krew/Supra and Deathwish boards. In a question and answer segment, we get tons of answers from the pro including whether he is becoming a satanist and why is only the Supra team on Deathwish? Definitely an entertaining piece, look out for the Neckface cameos as well.
MadeMe, based in the big apple, creates contemporary clothing with a retro twist for the ladies. They have released a video lookbook into the 2008 collection. This colorfully directed piece gives a definite nostalgic 80’s music video vibe, something a bit different than we are used to in regards to featuring collections. How innovative and cool!