Bill Gold’s Seminal Film Posters

While many might not be immediately familiar with the name Bill Gold, his work will be recognizable to just about any film enthusiast. The creative passed away yesterday at 97 years old, but his artwork lives one in his countless seminal film posters. The mind behind iconic movie posters for legendary films like A Clockwork Orange, Casablanca, Barbarella, The Exorcist and so many more, Gold’s …

Italian Fashion and Logomania

Whether viewed as “an ironic subversion of consumerist society, or disregarded as an epitome of ‘bad taste,’” logos were (and remain) a significant factor in fashion. In a new exhibition at Milan’s Palazzo Reale, this culture—in Italian fashion design specifically—is explored in a cohesive and fascinating manner by two guest curators, critic Maria Luisa Frisa and W Magazine editor Stefano Tonchi. The show “ITALIANA: L’Italia …

Make Your Apple Watch Look Like a Tiny Macintosh 128K

If you rely on innovative tech but are also partial to nostalgia, Elago’s W3 Stand for the Apple watch has you covered. The very cute charger (which has been available for a few months) looks very similar to the Macintosh 128K, which was released way back in 1984 and was undoubtedly one of Apple’s most significant and still recognized products. Read more at Apple Insider.

Boo-Hooray’s Post-War, Counterculture + Pop Auction

An upcoming Sotheby’s auction full of exciting collectibles, “Boo-Hooray Presents: Post-War, Counterculture & Pop,” features all kinds of significant items from lesser-known movements and subcultures. With products from “the revolutionary May ’68 protests, New York’s early hip hop pioneers, Lower East Side Anarchists, concrete poets and even the collected fanzines surrounding the bizarre career of pop singer Scott Walker,” it’s one not to miss. We’re …