Volume 172

What Does 'Risk' Mean to Young People Today?

What does ‘Risk’ mean to the U30 today? Risk has always been important for young people but its definition is changing with our study showing the top definition of risk being ‘getting out of your comfort zone’ (53.7%). Listen to what the SELFHOOD network have to say…

Mmmm... Doughnuts!

Eating doughnuts and running marathons are strange bed-fellows… but it hasn’t stopped this unusual collab though! In honour of the Boston Marathon, athletic shoe manufacturer Saucony and Dunkin’ Donuts have made a special ‘Saucony x Dunkin’ Kinvara 9’ model for all the coffee and doughnuts loving runners. It sure is a delicious looking shoe and a healthier indulgence than frosted doughnuts with sprinkles. Mmmm… Donuts!

The Weird And Wonderful World Of Björk And Jesse Kanda

Collaborations are a beautiful thing. But when you collaborate with Björk, it’s an otherworldly experience. This short documentary tells the background story of Björk and Jesse Kanda’s long-time creative friendship and the ugly/beautiful work they make together. Get ready to go on a trip.

It’s Robofish!

There is a new breed of fish swimming in the oceans and it’s powered by a hydraulic motor and steered with a waterproofed Super Nintendo controller. It’s robofish aka SoFi! This new invention by MIT scientists is designed to be as non-disruptive as possible to the environment meaning it will open up new avenues for uncovering the mysteries of marine life. Exciting! But where is Robocop? When will that become reality?

We Think Jimothy Lacoste Is Pretty Damn Wavy

‘Just be yourself’ is a washed out, overly used term that few people really understand. Jimothy Lacoste however, is mastering it. ‘Unique’ and ‘mega confident’  and just god damn ‘wavy’… ‘Wavy?, Google it.

The Making of The Visually Exquisite ‘Isle Of Dogs’

Ahead of tomorrow’s UK premiere, feast your eyes on the making of Wes Anderson’s newest stop-motion film, ‘Isle of Dogs’. We would lie to say we’re only a little excited. Especially after seeing this great short documentary of the making of this visually exquisite film which shows the painstakingly detailed approach to making a film this ambitious. Enjoy!