December 18, 2014

Katin USA Spring/Summer 2015


Katin USA Spring / Summer 2015 Lookbook from Jason@katin on Vimeo.

December 17, 2014


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The bold, beautiful, black-haired Kiran Gandhi (drummer for M.I.A. and full time Harvard Business School student) inspired the house when she spoke at a TEDx in Brooklyn. Her talk was based on the philosophy she coined Atomic Living – which basically describes how the atoms of life and its moments collide and explode into spontaneous genius, where multiple interests can tie together and create more rather than less.  When life gives you the opportunity to “go” or to “do” Atomic Living says, “you have to” “because in that moment…you never know what can happen,” says Kiran. She is the real Atomic Woman.

Dirty Girls Project approached Kiran after her talk, and she was totally game to collaborate. Dirty Girls Project is a new media platform devoted to the promotion of empowered, badass women of all ages by creating original content, synergistic partnerships and the production of collaborations (both digital and physical) around topics such as art, adventure, fashion, entrepreneurship—the bad, the rad and the weird.


With Kiran, Dirty Girls Project decided to reinvent the interview. Instead of sitting her down and asking questions, DGP walked her through the streets of Brooklyn and had her use found objects to create drum beats at the same time as getting to know her through organic and unexpected situations. Dirty Girls collected her beats, which were later mixed and used as the music in the video.

At the end of a very long day the Dirty Girls threw a third element into the video, a surprise visit to the Lower Eastside Girls Club. The whole girl gang was tired, Kiran was actually feeling sick, but that didn’t stop her. The second she stepped into the room with a class full of young girls, she fully lit the place up with a spontaneous drum session, encouraging the girls to find odd and weird objects like a Pringles can full of pens, or a sink faucet to use as instruments. She taught them about rhythms and beats, and how to think outside the box and be open to seeing the world in the way they want to see it instead of the way others say they should. She told the girls how she became the drummer for M.I.A, which is a story about a dream plus determination and saying “yes” to living Atomically.


Dirty Girls Project conceptualized and produced the video, which features Kiran Gandhi as the Featured Babe and which can be found in the In Babes We Trust section of the website The music is original and will be released for downloads in the near future. The proceeds will go towards more collaborations that feature rad women doing inspirational things and delivering a message of courage and empowerment. Follow us on Instagramfacebooktumblir.


December 16, 2014




December 15, 2014

“ourCaste ~ Youth Curated ~ Porcelain


“ourCaste ~ Youth Curated ~ Porcelain” from ourCaste on Vimeo.

December 14, 2014

Palmera Express | Trailer 02


Palmera Express | Trailer 02 “Tanka Vision” from Vissla on Vimeo.

December 12, 2014

Roark Revival Volume 7: “Rocketship to Reykjavik”


DENNIS MORRIS / THE BOLLOCKS book signing this Friday, December 19, 2014 at Known Gallery, Los Angeles

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A Photo Essay of the Sex Pistols
Book signing: December 19, 2014 | 6-8p


441 North Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036



THE BOLLOCKS by Dennis Morris

A Photo Essay of the Sex Pistols

80-page large format book with over 45 rare exquisitely printed images of the Sex Pistols, (including live photos from The Marquee Club and Brunel University, behind the scenes photos and intimate shots).

Two individually signed /numbered 18×12” prints by internationally acclaimed photographer Dennis Morris. Texts by Dennis Morris, Billy Idol and Shepard Fairey.

Limited edition of 200 books
Released: December 2014
US Price $800.00

ISBN 978-1-937222-40-6
Co-published by Zero+ Publishing and The Seventh Letter

18 x 12 inch hardback cover, 80 pages printed on 65 lb Sterling Premium Dull Cover
Presented in a hand-stenciled wooden box
Printed and bound in the USA

“I’ve returned to these pictures of the band many times over the years, and when I’ve done so they take me right back to the time. I still listen to their debut album now and it doesn’t sound dated. In a similar way, these images, though very much of their era, haven’t aged at all. Which reflects how timeless the Sex Pistols were.”
- Dennis Morris

The Bollocks, co-published by Zero+ Publishing and The Seventh Letter, offers an exclusive glimpse into the world of The Sex Pistols. Internationally recognized photographer Dennis Morris visually records both behind-the scenes material and classic stage footage alongside intimate portraits and documents an iconic movement in the history of music with many never-before-seen images.

It was Morris’ photos of Marley that caught the eye of the young Johnny Rotten. Rotten, a massive reggae fan, had long admired Morris’ work and requested that he take the first official shots of the Sex Pistols upon signing to Virgin Records. Morris’ association with the band fitted perfectly in the plan devised by legendary music Svengali, Malcolm McLaren. Morris witnessed the raw beginnings and rise of a group that would eventually become pioneering musicians behind the Punk movement of the late 1970s.

The Sex Pistols soon learned to trust Morris completely, allowing him unrestricted access to their strange and chaotic existence. For a year, Morris trailed the band, taking hundreds of undisputed classic shots of the band. The only photographer to put the Sex Pistols fully at ease in front of the lens, Morris’ work with the band established, their public image and strong lasting identity.

Morris’ images also capture the visceral hysteria of the fans and unforgettable fashions as well as pivotal moments in the band’s history.

Limited to an edition of 200 with over 45 iconic images and two signed prints on Kodak Endura Metallic photo paper by Dennis Morris, The Bollocks, priced at US $ 800.00, provides both an extraordinary view into the intoxicating world of The Sex Pistols as well as a chapter of history charting fashions, music and trends of the 1970s for passionate fans and intrigued onlookers alike.

For more information, press images and interview requests, please contact Bill at The Seventh Letter or Isabelle at Dennis Morris:

Bill Hebner | | 213-321-8863 |

Isabelle Chalard | | 323-810-5476 I

Notes to Editors

Dennis Morris
With a career spanning more than 20 years, and a CV that reads like a Who’s Who of popular music and culture, Dennis Morris has photographed some of the most iconic musicians of the time including Bob Marley, Marianne Faithful, the Sex Pistols, Public Image Limited, The Stone Roses, Oasis, Radiohead, Goldie, and The Prodigy. He has exhibited worldwide and had his work published in a numerous prestigious titles as well as several standalone publications, including Growing Up Black, a photographic record of inner city London in the 60s and 70s. His photographs are highly collectable and are owned by the V&A and English Heritage.

ZERO+ Publishing
Zero+ Publishing is an independent publisher producing books of exceptional detail and design focusing on limited and deluxe artist editions.

The Seventh Letter
The Seventh Letter was founded in 1998 to give writers a voice, forum and respect on a global scale. Their ears are close to the street, and their eyes are still on the walls. From galleries to clothing, it’s the Truth. Loyalty and Royalty.

Books available online at: / @artheist

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December 11, 2014

A/Snow trunk show | Wednesday (17th) from 7-9pm

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Make sure to check out A/Snow trunk show at Keep next Wednesday (17th) from 7-9pm. There will be a bunch of lovely handmade dresses, delicious beverages, and lots of cheer. See you there!


‘ EROS – DESIRE – DE SIDUS – OF THE STAR ‘ A collaborative painting by Alexis Diaz and Faith47 produced for ‘The art of Collaboration’ at Wynwood Walls, Miami.

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The image reflects on the different layers of sensuality.
Eros is the greek god of love and desire, the word desire comes from the latin word ‘de sidus’ which means ‘of the star’
The intensity of how we look to a partner to complete us somehow.
Perhaps sensual desires could be reflective of a deep yearning to return to the source.

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December 10, 2014

ALISON BLICKLE | Dec issue of Blisss Magazine

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