Sunday, July 27, 2008

quick fix

herons blog

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Bentley Laptop

The new Bentley laptop attempts to class up the notebook computer business with rich leather and hand-sewn cross stitching that comes directly from the storied brand's seats. hand made.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Liquid Virgin. yeup.

yea. i don't know what is in it or how it works..


Saturday, July 19, 2008

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

A Bathing Ape X Mario

Never was a fan of the Baby Milo line, but I must have one of these shirts! Fresh Bape collaboration with Nintendo. All three designs releasing on August 1st.

via HB

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

new Banksy found.


Saturday, July 12, 2008

it doesn't stop: implants

another K.T. presentation...Ramen bath

Now, it's no secret that some of the best and brightest skinnovations come from Japan, where they take beauty very seriously (as both an art form and a technologically-driven industry). But at a certain spa theme park, they're going back to their roots with old-school ingredients intended to mimic the fountain of youth via your favorite 50-cent snack ramen noodles.

Says Advertising Age:
A spa theme park located in Hakone, Japan, called Hakone Kowakien Yunessun, offers "amusement" baths, including a wine bath, a green-tea bath, a coffee bath, a sake bath and even a ramen-noodle bath. For the last, developed by famous Japanese ramen shop Nantsuttei, bathing suit-clad customers are a key ingredient in the broth. The bath is shaped and decorated like a real ramen bowl, with chopsticks and noodle decorations hanging over the hot tub. The pepper-flavored water contains collagen and garlic extracts, believed to improve skin. A man dressed as a chef dispenses noodle-shaped bath additives to everyone packed into the hot tub. He also dispenses soy sauce. Real wine, coffee and other drinks are poured into different baths in a similar fashion.

Kim T. presents to you....SQUARED WATERMELONS

Would you shell out $83 dollars for a watermelon in the shape of a square? Well, people in Japan are shelling out 10,000 Yen which is equivalent to approx $83 US dollars for one of these puppies. Outrageous? NO.

Friday, July 4, 2008

Photographer : Boogie and his new book Sao Paulo 08

lil wayne - a milli