A Short History of Supreme’s Greatest Homeware Hits

Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection has been unveiled, bringing its usual array of logo-emblazoned goods, collaborative must-haves and accessories you didn’t know you needed. This time, that includes a Sea-Doo jet ski, a Vitra Panton Classic chair, boxes of Wheaties and a Smeg mini fridge. It’s not unlike Supreme to bring out something completely unexpected each season. In fact, some of its best […]

IKEA Joins ASUS ROG for Full Line of Furniture Designed for Gamers

IKEA has just announced a full line of furniture designed for gamers. Made in partnership with ASUS Republic of Gamers, the collection is comprised of two gaming chairs, a height-adjustable matte-black gaming desk, a CPU stand, and a number of accessories like mousepads, drink holders, a cable management system, and vlogging accessories like a phone stand and a ring light. […]

‘ASTERISK Archive 002 Zine for IDEA’ Continues Its Look at Apple Computer’s Side Products

Continuing its look at Apple Computer’s side products, Hong Kong-based vintage purveyor ASTERISK is now releasing its latest ASTERISK Archive 002 Zine for IDEA. Serving as the follow-up to ASTERISK Archive 001.5 Zine for IDEA, the new print features 76-pages of images chronicling apparel and more that the Cupertino, California-based company released over the years. Each page of the zine breaks down […]


Uniqlo Owner Surpasses Zara Owner for Highest Market Cap in Fashion

The value of Uniqlo owner Fast Retailing reached 10.8 trillion yen ($103 billion) at the end of trading Tuesday, exceeding Zara parent Inditex’s 81.7 billion euro ($99 billion) market capitalisation for the first time, Nikkei Asia reports. Fast Retailing’s stock has climbed since August, spurred by investor confidence in its focus on the China market, WFH-friendly offering […]

Gucci’s Q4 2020 Sales Fall 10 Percent, Missing Analyst Expectations

Shares in Kering dropped 8 percent Wednesday morning after the French luxury group reported quarterly sales that fell more than analysts predicted for Gucci, its biggest and most profitable brand. Kering’s smaller brands grew, but more slowly than they had the previous quarter. Yves Saint Laurent’s sales rose a modest 0.5 percent, while Bottega Veneta […]

TikTokers are now eligible to join Hollywood’s biggest union

TikTokers, Instagram influencers, and other online content creators now have a new way to unionise, via SAG-AFTRA’s “Influencer Agreement”. As Hollywood’s top union, the catchily-named Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists will allow those that earn money through advertising on social media to reap the same benefits as A-list actors. “The Influencer Agreement was created in response […]

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The Nets Basquiat Jerseys and the Will of Capital

The NBA, this country’s savviest professional sports conglomerate, knows how to make a buck. When it introduced the “City Edition” uniform in 2017—a fourth jersey alternate meant to highlight the most granular shibboleths of each franchise’s home—it was a conceptual triumph. It not only flattered fans, for whom local pride is often more consequential than […]

How ’70s Magazine “Radical Software” Predicted the Future

In the spring of 1970, a group of self-proclaimed “hardware freaks” published the first issue of Radical Software, a print magazine that detailed emerging trends in video, television, and early computing. Its pages burst with enthusiasm—there are guides for creating neighborhood documentaries, comedic recipes for “video rabbit,” and calls for new “information economies” meant to liberate data from private ownership. In an article for Rhizome, […]

‘Selfies’ by the world’s first humanoid AI artist to go on display

In 2019, Ai-Da became the world’s first AI humanoid to pick up a pencil and create art without any human input. Armed with a microchip in her eye, a robotic hand, and a groundbreaking algorithm, the robot can draw and paint from sight, and has since staged her first solo exhibition (raking in a fair amount of […]