This documentary will give you a glimpse into the lives of a troubled family of criminals in rural West Virginia. The infamous White family is as reckless as it is honest. It is this honesty is what will eventually win you over. Brought to us by the folks who brought us the Jackass movie series, Dickhouse, I knew this would be no ordinary documentary. This movie not only lived up to my expectations but it introduced me to some awesome music.
The following pictures are of an installation by Ill Studio, a multidisciplinary add agency based in Paris France. The installation is based on the White Magic theme for Nike Stadium Paris during the FIFA World Cup 2010. The elegance of this angular line approach in really caught my eye. To view more work by Ill Studio visit their homepage.
Former Playboy model Izabela Lukomska-Pyzalska, 33, has been named chair of second division soccer club, The Warta Poznan, a team that is currently fighting to avoid relegation. Besides the notoriety you would expect from a former Playboy model, Izabela brings to the table solid credentials as a respected business woman, the leader of a construction and development company in Poznan. Best of luck to Izabela and the Warta F.C.
“Faced with three young African immigrants who were struggling in school, Lauren Mednick found the key to begin unlocking their academic potential: a soccer ball.” For anyone in the mood for an uplifting story about soccer as an educational tool click here.
Michael Enn Sirvet’s table is the design equivalent to a slam dunk. Sirvet decided to drill a hole for every point MJ scored during his NBA career. The result is vast and and elegant representation of his achievement. A subtle reminder to anyone of what 32,292 points look like.
“[Sirvet] knew that he would be competing against several artists for the honor of crafting a dining room table for His Airness. He wanted something that would catch Jordan’s eye, so he proposed a table drilled with one hole for every point Jordan scored in his basketball career, totaling 32,292 (The table actually has 32,296 holes if you include the holes drilled for each leveling foot, but Sirvet doesn’t count those).
“‘[If I were him,] I’d like to see some manifestation of my life’s work,’ says Sirvet. ‘It’s gotta be cool to sit back and say, ‘I can quantitatively look back at every point I’ve scored.’”