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Lifestyle & Culture. | @levimaestro “#MaestroKnows” https://vimeo.com/111576043

In this episode follow Maestro to French Polynesia as he visits Tahiti for the first time. Exploring the natural beauty that Moorea has to offer, Maestro makes his way around the island by buggy to find Belvedere Lookout before resting for the majority of the trip.
In this episode follow Maestro through Los Angeles as he stops by to see a few friends in efforts to sell “Living” caps for the benefit of Ebola victims. 100% of sales being donated to Maestro’s personal charity of choice Operation Blessing. For more info visit the link below….
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Design Culture. | @JohnnyCupcakes “Becoming Johnny Cupcakes” (Lecture) youtube.com/watch?v=gNb2zRZ5i_I

 

Quirky and beloved entrepreneur Johnny Earle relives the path that led to the creation of the famous Johnny Cupcakes brand – including every prank and failure along the way.

Johnny ‘Cupcakes’ Earle at CreativeMornings Boston, August 2014. Free events like this one are hosted every month in dozens of cities. Discover hundreds of talks from the world’s creative community athttp://creativemornings.com/talks

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Sports Culture. | @JalenRose and Jacoby (#NBA) youtu.be/ILn_b0iLgjM?list=UUwLr_DYKR8aS0k4r8bB5I5Q

Jalen and Jacoby celebrate the return of the NBA, Dwight Howard and Kobe Bryant’s “hold me back” moment, the Kings owner acting crazy, and Michael Jordan calling Barack Obama a “shitty golfer.”
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Design Culture Interview. | @Noisey Design (Episode 1) youtube.com/watch?v=08rPLhdBpQI

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Pen & Pixel churned out thousands of covers in the 90s and early 00s for dirty South artists such as Master P, Ghetto Boys & Lil Wayne, defining the visual style of southern hip hop with its over the top, diamond encrusted covers. They were the ones to invent the term “bling bling”. Noisey follows Shawn Brauch, the founder & head designer, from their rise to success, trailblazing digital desktop publication before anyone, and it’s fall from dirty south fame.

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Design Culture. | #Briefly (Creative Documentary) vimeo.com/107567840

Every project starts with a brief.
But very few projects end up with exceptional results. Why?
As a disruptive brand and design strategy firm that creates briefs across multiple creative disciplines including Advertising, Design, and Innovation, Tom Bassett, CEO of Bassett & Partners (and founder of MindSwarms), was curious to understand how some of the world’s most consistently exceptional creative talents thought about – and used – the brief.
Through a series of one-on-one interviews with Frank Gehry (Founder Gehry Partner), Yves Béhar (CEO fuseproject), Maira Kalman (Illustrator), John C Jay (President @ GX, Partner @ Wieden + Kennedy), David Rockwell (CEO Rockwell Group), and John Boiler (CEO 72andSunny), we asked them to elaborate on how they define – and use – the brief to deliver exceptional creative results.
The end goal of Briefly is to help inform and inspire future generations of collaborators to write better briefs and manage the briefing process differently in order to help lead to exceptional creative results.
So while every project will still start with a brief, the dream is that more projects end up exceptional because of how these creative titans inspire (or re-inspire) the way we all think about briefs.
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Design Culture. | #StapleConcretehttp://vimeo.com/105606212

To bring the aptly named “Staple Concrete” to life, Jeff Ng—a longtime Shack Fan and passionate foodie—teamed up with Shake Shack’s culinary director Mark Rosati. The two creative masterminds worked together in the DUMBO Shack’s kitchen to develop a flavor profile and aesthetic that was an authentic representation of Jeff’s streetwear label Staple Pigeon. The limited edition Staple Concrete features rich and creamy vanilla frozen custard blended with seasonal raspberry jam and chunks of black sesame glazed cake doughnut specially made by NYC’s own Doughnut Plant.

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Sports Lifestyle & Culture. | Skateboarding In LA PAZ (Documentary) youtube.com/watch?v=N0ZKykvnEoM#t=964

In April of 2014, Levi’s® Skateboarding joined Bolivian skater Milton Arellano in reuniting with the endboss projects crew from Hannover, along with over a 100 skateboarders and builders from around the world, to build a public skatepark in La Paz, Bolivia. See professional skateboarders Marius Syvanen, David Gravette, Josh Matthews, Joey Pepper, Chet Childress, and Al Partanen live, work, and skate the Pura Pura skatepark three miles up in the sky.

Directed by Simon Weyhe
Assistant Director: Mathias Nyholm Schmidt
Produced by Levi’s Skateboarding®
Cinematography by Simon Weyhe & Mathias Nyholm Schmidt
Additional Camera by Kasper Hornbek Nielsen & Milton Arellano
Edited by Simon Weyhe
Additional Editing by Mathias Nyholm Schmidt
Music by Anders Christophersen, WSLS Records

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Fashion Culture. | The Best of Adidas (Documentary) youtube.com/watch?v=8-wHZH_zKDE

In March 1991, adidas launched adidas Equipment — a collection of shoes and sportswear that covered every discipline: from running to football to volleyball.

With new colours, a new logo and an approach to design inspired by Adi Dassler’s original approach, the collection had a simple slogan: “The best of adidas.”

Part 2 of Will Robson-Scott’s short film — created specifically for the rerelease of the cult Equipment Guidance silhouette from 1993 — continues the exploration of this project’s continuing appeal after over 20 years.

This second and final part takes trips to Blackburn in the north of England to talk EQT with adidas brand consultant Gary Aspden, Berlin for a conversation with collector and connoisseur Marc Leuschner of Overkill. At the brand’s headquarters, original adidas Equipment footwear designer Jacques Chassaing talks about the original principles behind the line, while Kazunori Yamada of Undefeated’s Tokyo store discusses Equipment’s popularity in Japan.

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Design Culture. | @wouter_boon “#DefiningCreativity” (@Amsterdam_CM Lecture) youtu.be/jj_njNTV4Qo?list=UU-ZA3QN2nDmqOSujn8zvNjw

 

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Wouter Boon at CreativeMornings Amsterdam, August 2014. Free events like this one are hosted every month in dozens of cities. Discover hundreds of talks from the world’s creative community athttp://creativemornings.com/talks

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Champions. | @SkeeterNYC “#foodcurated” youtube.com/watch?v=CqFX3bM5N7w&list=UU-LE7UowYotavwgFWKfN-nQ

Meet Alice and Valentino, the co-owners of The Chipper Truck, a late-night only, Irish food truck based in Woodlawn, NY. In this mini Irish community tucked away in the Bronx, eager night owls come hungry to The Chipper Truck for addictive Irish comfort food. Here, chips are king.

Liz Neves is the founder of Raganella’s Botanical Solutions, an all-natural, ethical body care company. She hand blends organic, sustainable, smokable tea and other herbal products in her kitchen in Brooklyn, New York. Her #1 selling product, smokable tea, is an herbal blend that helps people heal, relax, and have more vivid dreams.
Chef Craig Paterson of the Londolozi Game Reserve in South Africa shows us how to make a colorful sesame-encrusted salmon appetizer, featuring avocado, honey mustard, and caviar. All of the ingredients are found on the reserve or at nearby farms.
“We are your grandmother’s baked good, if your grandmother listened to Metallica.” A customer once said this to Black Jet owner Gillian Sara Shaw and she couldn’t agree more. Black Jet Baking Company is a self-proclaimed “bad ass” baked goods company in San Francisco, California. They specialize in modern takes on nostalgic items, reinventing recipes using high-quality ingredients for things you loved growing up, such as devil dogs, pop tarts, pies and bundt cakes.
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PLAY Lifestyle & Culture. | @djjazzyjeff215 “#VINYLDESTINATION” youtu.be/dDc4zxUVdDY?list=UUfh178OGzjt-rkuy0wThK4Q

At the end of an amazing show in Bristol, UK, DJ Jazzy Jeff gives DJ Ferno a lesson on impact after he unceremoniously fades the music out at the end of the show. After a double in Manchester, the guys head off to Preston, UK where DJ Jazzy Jeff graciously partakes in the world’s longest meet & greet while Skillz interjects his witty commentary during the event.

 

It’s day 3 of the Vinyl Destination European tour, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the guys are heading to Annecy, France for some well deserved peace and quiet, but not before they do the small car shuffle. After an exquisite dinner of cookies and taco chips, the guys rock Pop Plage before traveling to Belfast. At Plan B in London, DJ Ferno gives us a tutorial on the proper way to use lube.

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Shad & Skratch Bastid “Classic”
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Demien Desandies “Soul Travelers”

Jingle Punks “Green HIlls”
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Terry Hunter “We Are One” (DJ Jazzy Jeff Remix)
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Dayne Jordan “Wash It Down”
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Design Culture. | @CreativeMornings #BobBoilen “Find the Hidden” (Lecture) youtu.be/hpd2CcZ-3bE?list=UU-ZA3QN2nDmqOSujn8zvNjw

Bob Boilen talks about what’s hidden in ourselves from the famous Tiny Desk!

Bob Boilen at CreativeMornings Washington, DC, March 2014. Free events like this one are hosted every month in dozens of cities. Discover hundreds of talks from the world’s creative community athttp://creativemornings.com/talks

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Lifestyle & Culture. | @Power106 “#CruzConference” youtube.com/watch?v=DmQe0sNkID0&list=UUBKIrKI8ezApiTVkEknu6xg

We discuss whether men and women can be just friends.
Next week we ask…would you rather go a year with no cell phone or a year with no sex?

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Fashion Culture. | #Quickstrike (Season 3, Episode 6) youtube.com/watch?v=tMbj4B6UzZ8&list=UUpFHkjOa7ia6bH5_6cDsDXg

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DJ Clark Kent and Russ Bengtson are back to discuss the merits of high fashion sneakers and why the Air Jordan Remastered line shouldn’t be too good for S3/E6 of Quickstrike.

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Entertaining videos that bring to life Complex Media’s authoritative take on trendsetting music, sneakers, style, pop culture, video games, tech, cars, and art—featuring your favorite celebrities from the past, present, and future. COMPLEX is a community of creators and curators, armed with the Internet, and committed to surfacing and sharing the voices and conversations—both multi-culture and multicultural—that define our new America. We make culture pop.

High-Fashion Sneakers x Air Jordan Remastered Retros | Quickstrike S3 E6 from Complex.

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PLAY Design Interview. | @HipHopSince1987 (@Young_Guru) youtube.com/watch?v=30q3prZbSvs

 

Here is part one of HHS1987′s exclusive with esteemed DJ & studio engineer Young Guru at the Heineken Green Room event at Tango in Philadelphia. Guru sat down with our very own E-Money in front of a packed house and spoke for over an hour on his career and experiences as the sound technician behind one of Hip-Hop’s most historic record labels.

Guru detailed his start as a DJ in Delaware, how connecting relationships in college prompted an early partnership with with Sean “Puffy” Combs and Bad Boy Records, moving to New York as a young father, as well as how forging a friendship with Memphis Bleek that led to a prominent position at Rocafella Records in it’s rise to prominence.

Guru also touched on his desire to teach up and coming engineers, engineering the session for Hov’s legendary diss “Takeover”, and how Just Blaze and Freeway’s synergy led to the first State Property LP

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Champions. | @RBMA “H∆SHTAG$, Don’t Call It #PostDubstep (Episode 2) (2013) http://youtu.be/dvyF6ZKbfek

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For this second edition of Red Bull Music Academy’s H∆SHTAG$ we examine the ever-changing bass / garage / dubstep continuum and the role the Internet has played in its maturation and ubiquitous global reach. Artists including Mount Kimbie, Praveen Sharma and Machinedrum of Sepalcure, Bondax and Deadboy weigh in alongside Dave Hayes of Soundcloud, Thristian bPM of Boiler Room and noted journalists and bloggers.

H∆SHTAG$ is a new series of mini-documentaries from the Red Bull Music Academy, chronicling some of the most fascinating themes emerging from the web in recent times, from #cloudrap to #seapunk, #postdubstep to #advancedpop.
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Lifestyle & Culture. | @i_am_OTHER @Tallhall79 “#Stereotypes” youtube.com/watch?v=PODd-EhLUjk

Music, culture, class, religion, race… nothing is off the table in our two-part season finale of StereoTypes.

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Sports Fashion Culture.| @Nicekicks “#SneakPeek” @RUDYGAY22 youtu.be/VHRrDV7va4U?list=UUTD9V9t-tI2-Om704mOE44g

 

Season 5 of Sneak Peek is here, and we’re kicking things off with a Kicks On Court regular whose sneaker collection is full of coveted kicks and player exclusives. Rudy Gay is a resident of Memphis, Tennessee, but he’s the first East Coast-born NBA player we’ve featured in the series. Go inside Rudy’s well-stocked sneaker room in the video above as we kick off Sneak Peek’s ‘Season of Firsts: Reloaded.’
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PLAY Culture Interviews. | “#MadeinLA (feat #WarrenG, #SocialDistortion, #Warpaint, and #TrashTalk) youtu.be/INw4MJkc03Q

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For the final episode on our great American journey we flew to a city founded on big ideas and bigger ambitions, a city where just as many dreams are made as wither and die: Los Angeles. Tackling the LA scene was no easy task. In fact it’s almost impossible to truly traverse the city’s disparate musical history, but with a killer set of artists we’ve pieced together how certain genres evolved and thrived in Tinseltown’s divisive ground.

Check out the Made In America playlist: http://bit.ly/TDeTsI

We met up with Warren G in Long Beach on the corner of 21st and Lewis—the scene of the “Regulate” video no less—Egyptian Lover demonstrated his 808 prowess, and joined Warpaint at home. Plus we spoke with Ariel Pink, Trash Talk, Sam Spiegel (NASA/Squeak E. Clean), Jennifer Heremma from Royal Trux/Black Bananas, and shot the shit with French transplant Soko. Phew!

Made In St. Louis ft. Nelly: http://youtu.be/fybH27g8isM

Elsewhere, Social Distortion singer Mike Ness, Alice Bag of The Bags, and David Yow (Scratch Acid/Jesus Lizard) discuss LA’s punk scene, the DIY ethics of which continues to this day—just ask Randy from No Age and the volunteers behind all ages venue The Smell.

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Design Culture. | @RDBURNNER “What All Great Design Companies Know” (Lecture)

We emulate the design acumen of companies like Apple and BMW, but what are the processes and mindsets that make them tick? In this 99U talk, designer Robert Brunner deconstructs his creative process revealing the stories behind products like Beats by Dre headphones and the Polaroid Cube.
First, he says, recognize that a brand belongs to your customers. “You don’t own your brand. A brand isn’t a logo or packaging,” he says. “It’s a gut feeling. And when two people have the same gut feeling, you have a brand.” Secondly, most people view design as a part of the production chain, you get requirements in and out comes a product. But design is the chain, and for the best products it permeates every step. “It should be a topic of conversation constantly,” he says. “Thats how you make great stuff.”
About Rober Brunner
Robert Brunner founded San Francisco-based design studio Ammunition in 2007 to communicate ideas through products, brands, and their surrounding experiences. His work as an industrial designer has spawned numerous brand-defining designs over the past three decades. Prior to founding Ammunition, Robert was a partner at Pentagram and led strategic brand consulting and industrial design programs for Fortune 500 companies. Previously, he was the Director of Industrial Design for Apple, where he established its pioneering internal corporate design organization, Apple IDg. Before joining Apple, Robert co-founded design consultancy Lunar.
Named one of Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business,” Robert’s work is included in the permanent design collections of the MoMA in both New York and San Francisco. He is the co-author of the book Do You Matter? How Great Design Will Make People Love Your Company.

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Design Culture. |@MarcEcko @Complex “#EmbracetheMess” (Lecture) vimeo.com/102864535

Whether it’s due to exclusive communities in your industry or a slavish devotion to page views, tweets, and awards, it’s easy to get caught up in pleasing others. Entrepreneur, media mogul, and designer Marc Eckō tell us that, if we’re not careful, we can let others label us and define our career, robbing us of our natural potential. The solution? Stand up for yourself. What the gatekeepers may cite as a reason for your exclusion may very well lead to your success.
“Wealth that matters cannot be counted,” says Eckō. In this presentation, Eckō shares three strategies for taking control of your creative career, one gatekeeper at a time.
About Marc Ecko
Once a graffiti artist with no connections or fashion pedigree, Marc Eckō left the safety net of pharmacy school to start his own company. Armed only with hustle, sweat equity, and creativity, he flipped a $5,000 bag of cash into a global corporation now worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Eckō is an American fashion designer, entrepreneur, investor and artist. He is the founder of Marc Eckō Enterprises, a global fashion and lifestyle company. He is also the founder and chairman of Complex Media, the world’s leading provider of fashion, entertainment, lifestyle, and product trends to young male tastemakers. Complex Media Network includes 110+ websites that generate more than 700 million page views and 70 million unique visitors per month. Eckō serves as an emeritus board member to the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Big Picture Learning, Tikva Children’s Home & Everloop. Marc lives in NJ with his wife and three kids.

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Design Culture. | @SwissMiss “#5RulesforMakinganImpact” (Lecture) vimeo.com/99242101

Tina Roth Eisenberg was chugging along in her career as a designer… and then her daughter was born. She realized she had not yet become the kind of woman she had hoped her children would know. She immediately delved into a career as a serial entrepreneur that now includes an impressive group of “labors of love.” In this talk she shares five rules that have helped her launch businesses like Creative Mornings, Tattly, and Studiomates, among others.
Each was a side project that stemmed from a personal frustration. “I have a rule: If I keep complaining about something, I either do something about it or let it go,” says Eisenberg. The result: a group of projects that reflect the values dear to Eisenberg, most importantly using business to positively impact the lives of others.
Whether it’s through having a confetti drawer, keeping sane hours, or building environments that cultivate enthusiasm, Eisenberg urges us all to judge our success with the happiness and personal growth of those around us. “While I really love my work, my work is not me,” she says.
About Tina Roth Eisenberg
Tina Roth Eisenberg, a Swiss born and raised graphic designer, runs four “side-projects gone businesses” out of DUMBO, Brooklyn; a collaborative co-working space called Studiomates, a global, monthly lecture series called CreativeMornings, TeuxDeux the simple to-do app and Tattly, a design-y temporary tattoo shop. Tina is often referred to as Swissmiss after her popular design blog which is also the name of her Twitter handle.

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Design Culture. | (#Wonderland, Creative Commerce) (#Documentary)

In the spring of 2013 Hunter Hampton and Eskimo partnered to go on a filmmaking journey around the US to meet with various creative professionals in hopes of capturing a glimpse of what it is like to work in the creative industry. The idea was born out of our own questions and struggles on how to deal with things that may seem out of your control.
The themes we decided to focus on were those of creativity, relationships, the pursuit of financial profit, and the many directions you can intentionally or unintentionally find yourself taking. We hope the short provides direction in helping others pursue their own creative and personal goals by hearing first hand experiences. Thank you to everyone involved for your transparency and willingness to be involved.
Produced: letsgoeskimo.com
Special thanks to: Mike Berlucchi, Drew Dawson, Caleb Slain, Chuck Anderson, and Caviar Content for letting us use their LA space.
Credits:
Filmmaker: Terry Rayment, Eskimo
Filmmaker: Hunter Hampton – cargocollective.com/hunter
Assistant Editor: Scott Hanson
Additional Photography: Mike Berlucchi
Sound Mix: Soundpost
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