You might have noticed that we’ve taken to immortalising some of the things that inspire us whilst working on any given issue. Some are obvious hits, whilst others deserve an explanation. We call these pages our boards. The black album had its blackboard. The red album had its red board (although readers with an eye for detail might have noticed a small mistake at the top of the page). And here you have our yellow board.
The Velvet Underground & Nico LP, or how a simple banana became one of the most iconic album covers ever. Having Andy Warhol as a manager probably helped.
Nothing beats a ready-to-go, instant cup of coffee. We hear the one Dolce Gusto’s coffeemaker makes is pretty much second to none. https://www.dolce-gusto.be/NL/Pages/Home.aspx
The split 7-inch released by Dutch garage band Believo! (http://www.myspace.com/believotheband) and current musical crush Ping Pong Tactic (http://www.myspace.com/pingpongtactics)s.
Make sure you memorise these as, seeing the way things are going, they might not be around for much longer.
Mais Il Est Où Le Soleil’s Spring Summer 2011 catalogue, shot by Alex Salinas (who had also shot our snow white fashion story back in March 2009). Our love for fashion, photography and graphic design all-in-one.
With a tagline that reads “Intimately documenting music”, ‘SUP Magazine has pretty much become our favourite magazine ever since it was first introduced to us by Emmanuel from MappStore two years back. http://supmag.com/
The original lemon-flavoured Bonbon Napoleon, created in 1912 by Louis Janssen.
Picking Yellow Label tea would have made more sense, although it really is Twinnings’ blend which fuels our day.
The key to Word HQ.
Anvil – The Story of Anvil (one of the most hilarious and heart-warming music documentaries every to be produced), Gregg Araki’s Smiley Face (with Anna Faris at her very best) and The Original Kings of Comedy (featuring Steve Harvey, D.L. Hughley, Cedric The Entertainer and the late Bernie Mac).
A tin of La Jaunie’s liquorice drops, as chosen by current intern Kathy.