As part of his current project entitled “Commercial Break”, scheduled to premiere later this week during the 54th annual Venice Biennale exhibition, pop art painter turned film director Richard Phillips has produced this stunning short film which features adult film star Sasha Grey. Reminiscent of Phillip’s recent Lindsay Lohan feature, the film (which is aptly titled Sasha Grey) was shot at Los Angeles’ famed John Lautner Chemosphere House and showcases Grey as a perpetually evolving figure, highlighting the dual nature of her masculine/feminine persona.
The Life in a Day project began on the momentum of thousands of uploaded videos via YouTube. Subsequently made into a 90-minute documentary, the video offers insights from a global audience who each share their intimate emotions. The video offers something that hopes to capture the scope of a living out 24 hours on Earth.
Since the Oakley Frogskins re-emerged onto the sunglasses scene via their first of what would become two collaborations with Supreme, they’ve taken quite an interesting journey. Year 1 of the return saw a re-releasing of original colors made with the utilization of the original mold that created the very first Frogskins; as time passed, then came high profile collaborations with boutiques, brands and people such as colette, Beams, Original Fake, Lance Armstrong, Commonwealth, Jeff Staple and others, which further peaked interest for the classically styled sunglasses. But, recently, themes have played a huge role with the Fade Series of last year, the Acid Rains of this Spring/Summer, and now with the Black Light collection as previewed right here. This colorful series of matte finished sunglasses take on a dual nature with the aid of a UV blacklight, which make the shades light up with a genuine glow. These are slated to drop later this year, but check the full collection here.