Blowhammer Blog EN

  • A scary Halloween to everybody!

    A scary Halloween to everybody!

    The scariest night of the year is coming, are you ready for one of the most awaited events of the year?

    We have done our carved pumpkin, our team is wearing their best zombie masks and tonight we will go to an amazing Halloween party. Can’t wait for it!
    But Halloween it’s not just spiderwebs and werewolves, it’s also an inspiration for art, music, movies and style, do you agree with us? Here are some curiosities (and some advice) for making your scary night unforgettable.

    CONTINUE READING
  • Jean-Baptiste Chandelier: the Peter Pan of paragliding

    Jean-Baptiste Chandelier: the Peter Pan of paragliding

    “Imagine if you could be weightless, flying from one place to another, walking on water, running across the city and among the crowds”, says Jean-Baptiste Chandelier with the light in his eyes. We all dreamed of being a bit like Peter Pan: forever young and with the ability to fly from one place to another. In his "Weightless" project, Chandelier takes us around the world flying, just like Peter Pan.

    CONTINUE READING
  • Streetwear is art and culture

    Streetwear is art and culture

    Streetwear is an art movement. It’s a way of making things” said the American fashion designer and CEO of the Off-White brand, Virgil Abloh. Today we want to dispel the myth that inhabits most of modern common thought: streetwear is just about clothing, it's just fashion. That’s not so, let’s find out why.

    CONTINUE READING
  • Snapchat becomes a work of art

    Snapchat becomes a work of art

    The artist Christian Marclay will make you stop watching stories, whether they are Instagram’s or Snapchat’s. How? He has transformed the social phenomenon into a series of interactive artistic installations based on sound. That’s right, he thought of putting together hundreds of thousands of authentic snapchat stories, made by real people who - like me and you - publish, either frequently or rarely , flashes of everyday life.

    CONTINUE READING
  • The godfather of skateboarding: Rodney  Mullen

    The godfather of skateboarding: Rodney Mullen

    “It's great if you can find something you like to do when you are young and that is so big that you keep your interest in the rest of your life. Because whatever it is, if you do it well (and you will if you really like it), you will be paid to do what you would have wanted to do anyway" said Richard Feynman, an American physicist who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965. We should be talking about skateboarding today, and we will, but Rodney Mullen is not only linked to the physicist, but also a great ‘fan’.

    CONTINUE READING
Page

NEWSLETTER!