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And Finally… 15.6.12

the best of the rest from the web this week...

And Finally… 15.6.12
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It's that time again, decamp to your local, cram in as much football as you can, pour yourself another shandy and kick back. Oh, and read our final thoughts on the week just gone...

Time for our final post of the week once more, our roundup of everything else we loved this week; from fashion, to urban fabric, to popping the top off your beer with a slice of pizza. Here we go…

Bottle Cap Blues

This might just be the best thing I’ve ever seen. How many times have you been stuck, beer in hand, drooling over the liquid within, not a bottle opener in sight? How many times have you chipped hotel desks cracking one open? Ever thought about using a pizza or your belly button to open it? No. Thought not.

www.booooooom.com

Is Big Data the new Marlon Brando?

Is Big Data the new Marlon Brando?

The big brains over at one of our new favourite blogs, Theme Park, posted this positively brilliant comparison between big data, and Marlon Brando. Trust me on this one, you’ve just got to read it…

www.inthethemepark.com

Woven Spaces: Changing The Urban Fabric

Woven Spaces: Changing The Urban Fabric

Spellbinding stuff at the University College London, as artist Nicolas Feldmeyer transforms its façade with a PVC mesh, for his new work; Untitled (Woven Portico).

www.popupcity.net

Paul Smith on Fashion

Paul Smith on Fashion

“I think that if you could put Britishness in a jar”, says Paul, “it would be just a sort of inventiveness, a creativeness, and a quirkiness that is all embracing. I think that British Fashion Week is a goldmine of talent and openness.” – engaging interview with the inspirational British fashion icon.

www.oki-ni.com

Aakash Nihalani for Lacoste L!VE

Aakash Nihalani for Lacoste L!VE

Street tape artist Aakash Nihalani collaborates with the French brand in a campaign shot by The Cobrasnake in Brooklyn.

www.dazeddigital.com

Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld Chanel’s ‘Little Black Jacket’

Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld Chanel’s ‘Little Black Jacket’

Hypebeast announced Chanel’s plans to release a book celebrating their international “Little Black Jacket” exhibitions, but it was the images of said exhibitions that had us in fits of monochrome madness.

www.hypebeast.com

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