Archive for December, 2007

Pimp C Found Dead

Posted in hip hop with tags , , on December 5, 2007 by Jarrod

Pimp C, 1/2 of Houston rap duo UGK, was found dead in the Los Angles’ Mandarin hotel on Tuesday night. The toxicology report has yet to be released, but Capt. Ed Winter of the Los Angeles county coroner’s office said that the rapper had apparently died in his bed of possibly natural causes. Pimp C was in L.A. working on a solo album for Rap-A-Lot Records.


Source: AP


The Seoul of South Korea

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on December 4, 2007 by Jarrod

When you think of Asian cities, Seoul is usually not one that readily comes to mind. Check out this fast-paced tour of the “old town” which is located in the mainly downtown region of the city and notice the somewhat fine juxtaposition that exists in Seoul.

Video : Cool Hunting

Glow in the Dark Court Victory Pumps

Posted in Sneaker Culture with tags , , , on December 4, 2007 by Jarrod

Okay, okay, I know I have been posting a lot of pump releases lately, but the shoes have definitely been on a roll in the past few months. Check out this latest incarnation which features glow in the dark technology and markings which are somewhat reminiscent of the movie TRON. These shoes are mild-mannered by day, but show their true colors at night, sort of like Batman. Get them here.




Images: El Mercado, Purchaze 

Humans in Treehouses in the Near Future?

Posted in design with tags , , on December 4, 2007 by Jarrod

Eco-architect Mitchell Joachim seems to think so with his somewhat revolutionary and ambitious project entitled Terraform. Essentially Mr. Joachim claims that the entire modern construction process requires a lot of energy; from the actually razing of the trees, to their transportation to a construction site and that that our planet would be a lot better without these wasteful processes. He wants to eliminate all of that by growing structures on site and having buildings that are entirely organic. Are you skeptical of Mr. Joachim’s claims? Watch the video below and see if you are convinced to whether or not this is a viable technology for the future.

Video: Inhabitat