This group of images is part of a series called “OMBLIGO“, originally created inside of a collective project, exploring the concepts of “common ground” and the dialectics between interior/exterior or private/public. The “OMBLIGO” series intends to create an archetype of humanity and at the same time introduces a personal and intimate factor.
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On Day 3 of the Spring/Summer 2014 edition of London Collections: Men JW Anderson again gave us reasons why we love him so much. KTZ has gone for the middle-east ninja look, Christopher Kane only held private appointments and Hackett London showed us how french it can be.
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With more content online and more competition being an industry leader is harder to do today than it was when businesses just started online. Text is possibly the easiest and most affordable form of content, but it is also the toughest to get right. In order to excel, becoming a better writer is the first step in standing out.
“A party game for horrible people.” As it says on the box, this game is not for people who can’t take a(n offensive) joke. Another great thing about this party game is that it is entirely and completely free.
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A decade after “These Walls” appeared on Wooden Leather, the Nappy Roots crew decided to revisit the Kanye West-produced track after years of feeling the original song lacked the vocal approach it deserved. Take a listen to the revamped version below and hit the jump for the full story on the track’s origins and an interesting tidbit surrounding Kanye’s “Jesus Walks.” Continue reading »
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