bypass your routers built in firewalls? I don't think your using those words correctly.
TOR isn't completely anonymous. Nothing is completely anonymous.
Thanks for the link. I want those pants and appreciate the models they chose being not so traditionally pretty.
I would’ve preferred having a couple more shots though and maybe getting a couple shots in Japan as well since the collab has NY and JPN artists involved.
@jiovani I think Joji counts as lofi I fw his stuff
@deeez-nuuuts fruit loops in the middle is also good
I recently had a burrito with pineapple on top which was amazing
Since this thread is about underrated brands you guys should probably include links (photos of pieces you really like would be nice too)
Doublet is really good
Never heard of them. I’m assuming this is them? http://doublet-jp.com
The lookbook is dope. Sucks that I can’t see the individual pieces and they seem to only sell in physical stores.
@ace88 said in drop me some dope artists I should start messing with:
king krule, lewis taylor,david bowie,prince,gunna,mf doom,isaiah rashad,brockhampton,earl sweatshirt,raury,sampha,aaliyah,sade,tame impala,
The section about Kanye
“Over the past couple of years, LaBeouf’s style, a mix of military, athleisure, and (mostly) normcore—what he calls “blue collar”—has become a fixation among men’s-wear enthusiasts. Kanye West, for one, is a fan: In a “No More Parties in L. A.” outtake, he raps, “I wish I dressed as fresh as Shia LaBeouf.” When Kanye went to LaBeouf’s house to discuss possible art collaborations, he asked if he could have some of his clothes for a pop-up shop. “Around the same time, I took my mother to his concert,” LaBeouf tells me. “She is, of course, obsessed with Kanye West. When I brought her backstage, he was a fucking sweetheart to her. And it just felt fair. So I’m like, ‘Go for it, my guy. Take everything you want.’ And he did. He took all my fucking clothes. Me and him haven’t really been in contact since he blew up onstage and, you know, shit on me.” (In November 2016, during a fifteen-minute midconcert meltdown in Sacramento, Kanye said, “Shia LaBeouf: Kid Cudi feels a way. Call him.” LaBeouf directed Cudi in a music video and a short film in 2011. What West meant is open to interpretation.) I ask if he’s tried to reach out. “Of course, bro. I fucking love Kanye West. He’s going through a lot. And I don’t know where he’s at or what he’s doing.” Last May, style bloggers worked themselves into a tizzy when Kanye was photographed wearing the exact same cap that LaBeouf had worn in public countless times before. “The dude has a lot of my shit,” he says. Yeezy even took his Indiana Jones hat.”
That’s pretty cool, what was going on in the visuals didn’t really match what the lyrics are saying though.
Where’d you find the visuals?
I’m a designer and can probably be do a decent job at writing sci-fi or at least helping with ideas.
My design work is at https://instagram.com/thearkadia
Tech project I designed and an engineer worked with me to create https://github.com/thearkadia/The_Ark/blob/master/README.md
I’m about to board a flight out of nyc but I should be back in a couple weeks or so
Make a photoshop file (or whatever image editor you use) to be 3240 x 3240 (9 posts) or 4320 x 3240 (12 posts) and then use the ruler guides to separate it into 1080 x 1080 blocks which is the size of one ig post (you can use the square select tool to make a 1080 x 1080 square and then place guides on the edges)
these were great. that dude in the car with the kid is that feeling when your dealing with any phone robot tryna get healthcare shit done... I think the three episodes were strong the only issue I had was the girls not understanding any tech and pressing random shit to remove Ashley Too's limit... They grew up with a tech obsessed dad it wouldn't have been crazy to write them as people who understand how to use a computer...
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