Dutch artist Rosa de Jong has created a series of miniature worlds inside test tubes. The artist is in the process of setting up her webstore. Sign up here for the latest updates. Hit the jump for more images of her work.
Blood Orange (Dev Hynes) joined Pharrell and Scott Vener on this week’s episode of OTHERtone. They discussed his writing process, making music for other artists, and the inspiration behind his track “By Ourselves.” Hit the jump for more clips and photos from the session. Listen to the full episode here.
We’re proud to present our next Flagship Exclusive accessories: leather goods. We have developed a leather key loop and a card case for your essentials. The BBC Keyloop features our Straight Logo embossed on one side, with our Mantra on the other. The BBC D&D Leather Card Case features our Diamond and Dollar pattern embossed all-over; one side has 2 slots for cards, while the reverse side has one. There is also an opening at the top for additional cash or cards. All of our leather goods come in black boxes with our Classic Curve logo stamped in silver ink at the top of the box. The Keyloop is available in 3 colors while the Card Case is available in 2 colors. Hit the jump for more images. These accessories are ONLY available at Official Flagship locations.
Artist Eric Mesplé’s piece ‘Killing Time’ displays his iconic use of ferrofluid and signature metalwork. When a viewer approaches his sculpture, sensors detect the distance and correlate to the strength of the handmade electromagnet, which increases the upward draw of the ferrofluid. Hit play to see his work in action and click here to learn more about the artist.
The iconic Women of NASA are proposed to be the next Lego figure set. Women have always been important in the history of the U.S. space program, however, most of their contributions are unknown, especially in the field of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The proposed set would celebrate five NASA pioneers and provide an educational building experience. The five Women of NASA are Margaret Hamilton, Katherine Johnson, Sally Ride, Nancy Grace Roman, and Mae Jemison. Click here to vote and hit the jump for more images.
Due to the limited stock, we are hosting a Digital Raffle today from 12 – 4 pm EDT. Be sure to read the Raffle Guidelines before entering your submission.
Good luck to all!
Enter the Hu NMD Yellow Digital Raffle.
Pharrell and adidas introduce the Hu NMD, designed for urban exploration without boundaries. Pharrell’s Hu NMD features a white boost midsole with breathable and flexible Primeknit upper in yellow. The ‘Human Race’ graphic emits a bold visual language. The unisex model features a newly designed lace system that goes through the cage of the stabilizer to create a moccasin-type of feel and give support where it is needed. The NMD comes with two sets of laces, Pharrell’s signature insole, the adidas trefoil logo on the right heel tab, and Pharrell’s equal sign on the left heel tab.
Hu is the beginning of a new creative concept for Pharrell and adidas. Hu represents the idea of boundless strokes of humanity. The introduction of the yellow Hu NMD is an extension of Pharrell Williams’ vision to connect all people through adidas Originals with the common line of love, passion, excitement, energy and color.
Hu = Human Being, Human Race, Human Kind, Human Species
The adidas Originals = PHARRELL WILLIAMS Hu NMD releases on July 22nd at select stockists and official Billionaire Boys Club Flagship Stores globally, followed by the adidas Originals Flagship Stores on August 25th, 2016.
Hit the jump for more images of Pharrell’s Hu NMD. Due to the limited amount of pairs, we will be hosting a Digital Raffle tomorrow. Check back with us tomorrow for our Digital Raffle.
Mike Olbinski is a storm chaser and wedding photographer who edited 60,000 frames worth of timelapse sequences to create a six-minute montage. He chased storms for 18 days, drove 20,000 miles, visited 9 states, and spent endless hours editing the frames to create this incredible montage. Hit play below.
Our i am OTHER family has partnered with Yoobi for an extensive back-to-school collection featuring notebooks, binders, backpacks, pens, pencils, folders, lunch bags, and more. The partnership is all about positivity, self-acceptance, and pride in what makes you special and unique. Their mission is to inspire kids, give them the confidence to celebrate their uniqueness, encourage everyone to take care of others, and give back to the community. Yoobi is known for giving back to the community, as they donate an item to a classroom in need for every Yoobi item purchased; their donation is made right here in the U.S. The collection is available now at Target stores, the Yoobi Flagship store, and their website.
i am OTHER and Yoobi are also hosting a way to give back digitally. Repost the image below, include the hashtag #YoobixiamOTHER, and follow Yoobi and i am OTHER on Instagram. For every post, Yoobi will donate school supplies, up to 50,000 items, until July 16, 2016. Find out more about Yoobi here.