May, 2016

May 16

NikeLab x Olivier Rousteing

TheeBlog_NikeLab_x_OR If you are into Fashion and know a good collab when you see it, this is for you! Following its first Summer collaboration with renown Fashion designer Riccardo Tisci, NikeLab just announced a new collection called Football Nouveau, in collaboration with Balmain’s Oliver Rousteing. The collection combines Oliver’s signature style and his love of football, with Nike’s iconic designs and models. Check out some of the styles after the jump and set your calendar for this release!
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May 16

Ron English x Compound Conversations

Hypebeast has teamed up with The Compound, a creative studio located in the birthplace of hip-hop, New York City, on Compound Conversations, a series of interviews in a surreal space curated by Set Free. In this episode, the esteemed “Godfather of Street Art,” Ron English, talks about the relative cultural isolation of his childhood in the Midwest, his first exposure to the art world, and the moment where it occurred to him that his art could go anywhere, legally or not.

May 16

Drone 100

If 2015 was the year consumer drones took off then 2016 is poised to be the year when curious and creative people use these unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to push the limits of human imagination. Intel and Ars Electronica FutureLab recently developed Drone 100, a 3D show combining 100 light-equipped drones and a live orchestra to paint 3D shapes and messages in the sky. The show started in Germany but has also come to the States and will continue to ‘tour’ and expand as this generates new uses for drone technology + art.

May 16

Manuals 1: Design & Identity Guidelines


If you are a Designer, brand manuals and guidelines are sacred to you. Well, the good ones of course. And if you are into iconic brands and the great minds and principles behind them, you are going to love this Kickstarter campaign. Manuals 1 offers a comprehensive study of corporate identity manuals from the 1960s to early-80s – the golden era of identity design. Published in a limited edition of 2000 copies in 2014, it is a lovingly assembled collection of 20 style guides. Or as Steven Heller calls them – “sacred texts, revered for how they help shift graphic design from simply an intuitive practice to a rigorously strategic one.”
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