Album Tacos

Beastie Boys' cover art, 1927 London on film, the $325,000 burger and more in our weekly look at the web

7. Created by mashup geniuses The Hood Internet, Album Tacos is just what it sounds like, a Tumblr devoted to the Photoshopping of tacos onto album covers. The Photoshopped brilliance extends from Trinidad James’ devoting a crunchy one to Ricky Ross gazing endearingly at a deep-fried friend. This is pure internet gold.

The Cave

Beastie Boys' cover art, 1927 London on film, the $325,000 burger and more in our weekly look at the web

By nature we’re drawn to see inside the lives of those we look up to, but rarely do these opportunities come around. “The Cave” however, offers a curious, insightful and rather ominous look inside the den of celebrated design critic Steven Heller. Directed and edited by Heller’s own son Nicolas, the short film pans through the cluttered room exposing uncountable treasures from decades past.

Behind the Counter

Beastie Boys' cover art, 1927 London on film, the $325,000 burger and more in our weekly look at the web

Record shops are a place of worship for so many, yet so few of them survive today. To pay homage to their influence and knowledge ,The Vinyl Factory introduced a new film series where choice shops give a run down of their top five vinyl releases of the week. First up we meet Jack Rollo of East London’s impeccable Kristina Records.