Nothing More | Nothing Less.
I like to shoot short viral docus. My weapon of choice is Canon and I cut with Final Cut.
And every now and then I will post a dope photo shot by me.
I will take up this piece of the internet to blog/post about complete randomness.
Here is a shot of part of the ceiling in the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey. Just from the fading of it you can see the great detail and can only imagine how awesome it looked when it was first completed in the early 1900’s.
I swear out of all the places I have traveled int he past couple years. Hong Kong by far was the best. From the street lights to brisk hikes to shopping to Macau. It was a total package. I will visit again.
I snapped this photo in the La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain. This famed church was designed by Antoni Gaudi. The details are just INSANE. Take note the Porphyry stone as Gaudi wanted to outfit the church with this stone but quickly realized how expensive it was and therefore only used four of these.
The Oral History of Billionaire Boys Club & Icecream Through Pharrell, Pusha T & More
This past summer, Pharell and A Bathing Ape founder Nigo celebrated the 10 year anniversary of their Billionaire Boys Club/Icecream brands, as they entered into the lines’ strongest year ever. Reports indicated that 2013 will close with BBC and Ice Cream having $25 million to $30 million in volume…record numbers for a brand whose highest mark ever was $12 million. With the expansion of the Billionaire Girls Club line, the exclusive Bee Line collection, and plans to expand into accessories, fragrance, and eyewear, it’s clear they’ll only be going up from here.
Pusha T: “The true style icon to me is Pharrell Williams. And what they’ve created and continue to create, to just raise the bar for a brand that is rich in quality and rich in a standard. It’s probably the go-to streetwear brand. I want people to know, like I do this as the student. I am 100% a student of Pharrell Williams. Style student; Pharrell Williams.”
To really get a look into the inner-makings of the successful first decade of the brands, Complex had everyone that had an intricate part in their success share their stories of the comeup. Check it out here as Pharrell, Pusha T, Nino Scalia, Phillip Leeds and more discuss the history of BBC and Icecream.