Archive for December, 2010

Wingsuit BASE Jumping

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

Crazy footage! Wingsuit BASE jumping has been around for around a decade. The pioneers of this industry have been Phoenix Fly with their amazing wingsuits. Definitely requires some serious talent and a strong will. Editing by Jaron Cordia of Some serious balls right here!


Andreas Gursky Photography

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

Andreas Gursky is a German photographer famous for his huge high point of view panoramic prints. His prints are usually over between 6 to 10 feet in length/width and are meticulously detailed. Only recently has he begun using digital manipulations on his prints. If you ever run across one of his exhibitions it is a must see. More after the jump…

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Henrik Adamsen Photography

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

What’s not to like?…sexy, hot, colors, the lines, the post-processing, the compositions, the models, damn these shots are brilliant from Dutch photographer Henrik Adamsen. More after the jump…

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Frank Gehry UTS Building

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

The great Frank Gehry just unveiled his new design for the Chau Chak wing building as part of Sydney’s University of Technology. Classic Gehry organic architecture that looks like the building melting into itself. The idea stems from a tree house structure with “a trunk core of activity with branches for people to connect and do their private work.” One side has the organic look with the other modern angle sheets of glass. Wish the construction partners luck in figuring out how to build this…lol. More pics after the jump…

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Karlusic Residence

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

The Karlusic residence in Melbourne, Australia is designed by Hirsch Bedner Associates. Great mix of warm woodsy and cold stone materials that ties nicely with the well thought out furnishings. Especially love the lighting piece in the stairwell, the light refractions are amazing. More after the jump…

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Meet Buck by Team Cerf

Monday, December 13th, 2010

Amazing visuals from an animation by France based Team Cerf. The water color textures of the artwork are so fresh and original. Check out the full video after the jump. You can pause anywhere throughout the short and be stunned by the art.


BMW 1 Series M Coupe

Friday, December 10th, 2010

After much teasing and anticipation BMW has finally released pics/specs on their new BMW 1 series M Coupe. Unfortunately the last few decades the M Division seems to have been transitioning from standing for “Motorsport” to “Marketing” thus bringing out bloated products completely against their heritage. This new M Coupe is a throwback to the original e30 M3 which was and always will be a pure drivers car. At EP we have one of these rare classics in the garage and can vouch for it being the ultimate expression of BMW M (Some pics of our beast after the jump). Engineers set out to recreate the old magic and have not compromised this time around. Special design elements to get your heart racing with the driving dynamics to match, this thing is going to be an instant classic. Production will run around 2500 units with three color choices, Black, White, & Orange. We’re definitely running over to the dealer to get our name down for one. More pics after the jump…


Throwback Thursday’s : Double Pizza

Thursday, December 9th, 2010


Fantastic Hysteria Art

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

Spain seems to be flooded with great artists. Fantastic Hysteria’s soft colors, subtle textures, and organic lines are just so right. More after the jump…

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Audi Quattro Concept

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

Audi premiered their new Quattro concept car a few weeks back in homage to the original Quattro of the 80’s. Design details we love: embossed audi rings on the quarter panel; machined aluminum steering wheel base; carbon fibre accents on the wing mirrors, rear lights, door panels; air vents in along the bonnet; the slight curves at the end of the wheel spokes. Usually concepts are so far from being production ready but this one seems ready to go. Come on Audi, build it! More pics after the jump…