Stephen Hawking, His Life in the Stars and a Bad-Ass Brain

Thanks to the team at Online PhD for sending us this graphic! Hopefully everybody remembers the post we did on Stephen Hawking and his wild sexual escapades in Los Angeles! But don't think we forgot the brilliant genius that has made this 70-year old thinking legend an icon of science, as well as a real-life…Read more Stephen Hawking, His Life in the Stars and a Bad-Ass Brain

History {Is Made At Night} – The Poison Apple That Killed The Father of Computer Science

There is no doubt that the world would not be the same place if it hadn't been for Alan Turing [b. 23 June 1912 – d. 7 June 1954]. In fact, you wouldn't be reading this delectable morsel if it weren't for the incredible genius of this British mathematician in developing the modern day computer.…Read more History {Is Made At Night} – The Poison Apple That Killed The Father of Computer Science

{HOW-TO} Vintage Style Inspiration : Jonny Quest !

It seems Summer is finally here, and with the warming weather we are sure to find ourselves in the midst of more and more adventure as the season rolls on. Yes indeed, and probably for many, the joys of the Summer heat are sure to incite one or many exciting and unexpected journeys and voyages. Whether…Read more {HOW-TO} Vintage Style Inspiration : Jonny Quest !

Music Minute: “Penumbra” by Bobby Beausoleil and the Freedom Orchestra

Bobby Beausoleil has a bit of a bad rep. Bad rep could be an understatement, but it's true. It never helps to be friends with Charles Manson, or get caught up in a war against society,  but its sad to have this overshadow some of his greater achievements, like music. It goes without saying that he…Read more Music Minute: “Penumbra” by Bobby Beausoleil and the Freedom Orchestra

{PHOTOBLAST} My Demon Brother . . .

"Fear not at all; fear neither men nor Fates, nor gods, nor anything. Money fear not, nor laughter of the folk folly, nor any other power in heaven or upon the earth or under the earth. " [Book of the Law: Chapter 2, Line 53] Seems like the invocation went well last night. Our demon…Read more {PHOTOBLAST} My Demon Brother . . .

A Tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman

A Tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman from Ben Zuk on Vimeo. Who wasn't shocked by the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman? He was a genius, in our eyes, and it came as quite a shock to hear the news - he be dead. Apparently news about his hoaxed death released a day before his actual death is actually a…Read more A Tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman

{STYLE-WISE} Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc

Yesterday, French architect and theorist Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc {27 January 1814 – 17 September 1879} was celebrated by the Google Doodle for his renowned work in the advancement of his field, and his forethought in celebrating Medieval architecture in the modern day. His work was the antithesis of the popular style of the time period, and…Read more {STYLE-WISE} Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc

VINTAGE RED CARPET ROMANCES: Brad Pitt + Juliette Lewis

It seems like ancient history now, but yes, the two were an item, and boy what a handsome item they be. One of our most popular posts is our "VINTAGE RED CARPET ROMANCES: Brad Pitt + Gwyneth Paltrow" so we thought we'd roll back the clock even a bit further to the dawn of the…Read more VINTAGE RED CARPET ROMANCES: Brad Pitt + Juliette Lewis

Manic Monday: Hysteric for Charcot’s Mysterious Medical Muses

Charcot {29 November 1825 – 16 August 1893} Remembered today as a leading mind in the fields of neurology and psychology, Jean-Martin Charcot's legacy is as much in his strange medical photography, as his famous pupils (Sigmund Freud and Georges Gilles de la Tourette), and important breakthroughs in the field. Taken for research purposes, these…Read more Manic Monday: Hysteric for Charcot’s Mysterious Medical Muses

The Art of Credits – Saul Bass’ Unique Stamp on Culture

Saul Bassis the iconic film maker and graphic designer who is best known for his iconic opening sequences, poster designs, and corporate logos. Google celebrates his 93rd birthday today, so if you're searching Google  you will see the ode to Saul's design for the  "Anatomy of a Murder" poster, a classic from 1959. {You can…Read more The Art of Credits – Saul Bass’ Unique Stamp on Culture