This week celebrate twelve years of google maps with a hyperlapse video taking you around the world from the comfort of your computer using 3,305 screenshots, New York’s Met Museum shares 375,000 images online for free under the new open access policy and finally photographers Maisie Cousins and Francesca Allen celebrate sex, pleasure and the female form in a joint exhibition ‘I Feel Sick/Hot Flush’ at the KK Outlet.
Big ups to those of you who made it through January. Kicking off Feb we firstly have a look inside Catalan sculptor and illustrator Joan Gardy-Artigas’ gigantic rural studio. Then we have an interview with Stanley Kubrick’s right hand man / producer, Jan Harlan which includes some great behind the scene photography from Kubrick’s films. Finally we bow down and give thanks to the one and only Charlie Bones who has given you his top tracks. If you don’t listen to his show on NTS every morning then what the hell are you doing….?
This season Vans Vault and Undercover join forces once again for a collection that includes printed Old Skools and classic Era’s with subtle added detailing. The shoes will release in-store at 10.30am and online at 11am, Saturday 4th February 2017.
Stussy release the visuals for their upcoming Spring 2017 collection. The photos are shot in and around New York by the brands longtime collaborator Tyrone Lebon and feature locals including Earsnot/Irak, Lady Nokia and Jesse Alba. This season will mark the iconic California brands first season at Goodhood and we’re more than looking forward to it.
In this weeks Best of the Week take a look at Pressing Matters in Jamaica a new mini-documentary from journalist Vivien Goldman and the Vinyl Factory that sheds light on the current state of affairs in the industry. Kelis invites Apartamento Magazine director Barbara Anastacio into her Los Angeles home, which features a psychedelic closet brimming with past costumes, a homemade brass band chandelier, and a whole lot of dramatic creatures. Finally an experimental film from Mainframe a Manchester Based Studio, creating a collection of scenarios subverting the physical properties of…anything.
In this weeks Best of the Week the Hackney store named Lobster Records will open to the public, so if you’re looking for new wax, it’s open from Saturday. In light of the sad news, we watched the film about William Onyeabor, you should too. For those too hungover/skint to leave the house, we recommend the new Netflix documentary, Abstract.
Gosha Rubchinskiy presents his AW17 collection in Russia for the first time since 2008. ‘The Football Collection’ is inspired by today’s football fans : young, multidimensional individuals as passionate about the game as they might be about music or fashion. The Russian designer has collaborated with Adidas for this season mixing iconic Adidas Football apparel with classic suiting, in his signature style. The collection marks the beginning of an ongoing collaboration with Adidas Football leading up to the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Gosha’s SS17 Collection will be available at Goodhood in store and online early next week.
In this weeks Best of the Week Bonobo documents his transient life via his new LP Migration, his most experimental body of work to date. 40 years on, take a look back at Tish Murtha’s extraordinary documentation of Newcastle’s unemployed youth & finally Creative Review take a look inside the archive of music designs unsung hero Trevor Key.