BRTHR collaborate with Helmut Lang & Jeremy Deller. Famous for wearing pink, Isabella Burley invited Jeremy Deller to create an official hoodie in 3 Pantone pinks. A selection of Deller's five favourite archival artworks are hidden inside the hoodie creating a graphic gallery on the body themes of public versus private are explored - The graphics can be flashed to friends, viewed inside the hood, or simply left as a personal secret. The hoodie can even be worn inside out to fully expose the works, and the neck tag can be personalised.

NEW music video: The Horrors ‘Ghost’ Directed by in/out 'Flesh anxiety: the body at the infrared end of the spectrum.' Directing team in/out use thermal imaging to explore the human body for The Horrors, and the result is suitably ghostly for their song Ghost. It's also endlessly fascinating. "Thermal imagery helped us represent the body at a crossroads between the familiar and the unknown, where humans appear almost, but not exactly, like their everyday perception."

Mirage AI Ap by Ryan Staake

When Ryan Staake and Patrick Piemonte first worked together, they helped you get around: both were interface designers at Apple, with Piemonte working specifically on the iPhone's map technology.  Mirage, for its part, is even less useful than a floating tic-tac-toe game. But that's the idea. It's not a service or a simulation or a product—it's a palette. That's the idea behind Mirage, an iOS app the duo and a small team just released. 

Jon Emmony signs to the Nursery of Evil

Jon directed his first music video, Machine, for The Horrors in 2017 and has worked with fashion bands such as Nike and Iris van Herpen alongside producing editorial work for WIRED, Man About Town, King Kong Magazine and Novembre Magazine. Enjoy.

Max Siedentopf signs to the Nursery of Evil

Max grew up in Windhoek, Namibia but found himself working in Berlin, Los Angeles and Amsterdam, now residing in London. His work ranges across photography, film, design, sculpture, publishing and bad jokes.

Furthermore, he is the founder of Ordinary magazine. Genius, look it up.

Why We Fight by Luke Monaghan

The series follows fighter Zac Wohlman as he travels around the world seeking answers to not only some of his own struggles and demons, but to the question: “Why do we fight?” The Luke Monaghan directed docu-series is nominated for “Outstanding Serialised Sports Documentary” at the 2018 Sports Emmys!

Jeppe Kolstrup's vision for the film was to show that ballet is not only reserved for the elite. Ballet is for everyone to enjoy. ENJOY.

A handsome couple spend the perfect summers afternoon together on their speedboat. There's just one problem...

The Sacred Egg: "The idea for this short film came to us a few years ago but only recently were we able to get over the logistical and technical challenges mainly thanks to MPC, Orange Films in South Africa and of course through the financial generosity of Riff Raff Films".

"We built everything for real, which was obviously difficult but rewarding at the same time ; we think it shows in the final film".