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Some Things | Vol. 33: Double Up or Double Down?

Some Things | Vol. 33: Double Up or Double Down?
If De La Soul told us three is the magic number, then what of 33? Would it be twice as magic, or would it be a case of double trouble? I suppose that’s down to your sense of perspective.
It worked well on the basketball court for Hall of Famer Larry Bird, but didn’t bode so well for Napoleon (who died with 13 times the normal levels of arsenic in his blood, the atomic number for which is 33).
What we do know is that we’re here at Volume 33. With pre-season just around the corner, we hope your week is more NBA Finals than the Battle of Waterloo.
Here are some things to help start it with a win:

  1. 1000 Dreams is changing the narratives of refugees across Europe via 1000 Dreams Project
  2. Talking about racism with children made easy - Dear White Parents are showing us how via Youtube
  3. He had his own language - “The crawling baby, the dog, flying pyramids & the dancing man” - BBC have unpacked the life of art sensation - Keith Haring via BBC iPlayer
  4. Live life on the edge - It’s always been better to be an Outkast? via Trapital
  5. How many of us are on the internet right now? Check out the stats in real-time via Internet Live Stats
  6. LVMH double up on streetwear icons holding brand reigns, with a new KENZO appointment via Highsnobiety
  7. Fancy yourself the problem-solving sort? Here’s a toolkit of thinking tools & frameworks to help solve some of those predicaments via Untools
Can’t wait till next week for more things? Follow us on Instagram.
We’re always on the lookout for like-minded people & brands to collaborate with, so give us a shout if you want to make Something™ happen.
Nigo, newly appointed Artistic Director of Kenzo via Hidden NY
Nigo, newly appointed Artistic Director of Kenzo via Hidden NY
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