This car sold for $4.62 million dollars at a Gooding & Company auction recently. In terms of cars, it is what we call perfection and idealism. There were only 29 made… making it a little more desired than that Air Jordan riot shoe from a few months back. (via)
Remember when we interviewed c215 on the site a few months back? We do. It was good. We like the France-based stencil artist, and like how he does stencils of his daughter to chronicle her coming of age. It is clever. This is a new electric box C215 did in Paris recently… you have to admit, he gets some great colors with his stencil work, some of the best you are going to see.
Diet Coke is going all Supreme on us with a limited edition can available for only 2 months this Fall. It looks better, far better than the new Budweiser design we saw a few months back. Turner Duckworth did the design, and the new trendy can will be in US stores for only the next two months.
This Panda Bear video has been making the rounds the past few months on the interweb, but its damn good, and its about ghost and skeletons that surf at night. At least that is what the video shows. And the song is good.
We interviewed KR a few months back, and now we see he just did the cover of the British magazine, Exit. Looks like an old-school Absolut ad on the cover with a Krink drip on it, but we are not sure what the vodka or beverage of choice may be, just that it is “iconic.”
El Tonayense, a taco truck that hangs out in front of Best Buy on Harrison and 13th underneath a freeway, has made it into the SF Zagat Guide, a first for a mobile food provider. We think it has something to do with our Taco Truck Guide we posted here a few months back.
It has been a few months in SF since we last had that summer feeling, and now we got it, so good for us. People are just taking their shirts off in the street, a European street, in SF. That made no sense.
Krink, with whom we had a nice interview with Mr Krink, KR, a few months back, has a few new items in their webstore, including that classic tee you see up there on a girl with no pants, and Krink is just introducing their new K-12 Paint Marker.