Heron Preston’s NASA-Inspired Collection Goes to Space

In partnering with NASA, Heron Preston had to adhere to certain guidelines about color and copy—meticulously incorporating these requirements into his modern vision for apparel. Honoring the 1990 NASA logo, Preston dubbed his spacesuit-inspired FW18 collection the “Fall/Winter 1990” series, and sent some pieces into space to demonstrate his commitment to the inspiration. The footage is as captivating as the clothes and accessories. You can …

Instagram’s New Long-Form Video App, IGTV

For anyone who’s opened an Instagram story (and found themselves watching every single one that follows) comes IGTV—Instagram’s new standalone app and in-app feature. It displays long-form vertical video content from everyone you already follow (and some personal recommendations). The independent app will start off advertisement-free, but that’s likely to change. As for creating content, users can upload video up to 10 minutes in length …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Citrus archaeology, a dive into RAMMELLZEE's wild world, Amnesty and artists explore censorship and more

1. RAMMELLZEE: It’s Not Who But What Created as part of the current exhibition, Red Bull Arts New York joined forces with director Oscar Boyson and producer Elara Pictures for a wild ride into the world of RAMMELLZEE—an icon, artist, graffiti writer, hip-hop pioneer and so much more. Exploring the artist’s theatricality, myths and remarkable imagination, the video sums up the complex legend as best …

Ping Pong at the New York Philharmonic

Pairing sound from a US National Table Tennis champion face-off with a full symphony, the New York Times has made a captivating and supremely dramatic 90-second video. Taking place at the New York Philharmonic, the ping pong battle involves items other than paddles, including a drum and chalice. The two Olympic-level athletes participated in this staged concerto, set up on a raised stage, with two …

Kelsey + Rémy Bennett’s “Under Her Skin” Video Series

Premiering the latest magical mini-documentary, this time featuring artist Hein Koh

By Ida Therén Kelsey and Rémy Bennett are New York-based sisters and creative collaborators. They work as a team to curate exhibitions, direct films and even produce branded events. Together, they’re co-producing and directing a web series that profiles female artists from ages 17 to 71, highlighting their extraordinary stories within 6 mini-documentaries. Altogether, it’s called “Under Her Skin,” and it’s made in collaboration with …