Ah, the movies. When you’re in the mood, there’s really nothing better. A big box of popcorn, ice cold drink, comfortable chair and a wonderful film. Can’t beat it.
It’s no secret that we at tmrw love us a nice old film. So, for those of you that know us best, it’ll come us as little surprise that we’ve decided to put our heads together and come up with: tmrw #24, the film/cinema issue and below you’ll find our cinema inspired lifestyle essentials:
Ricardo Cavolo is quickly becoming an art icon. From his collaboration with Swizz Beatz and Bally to his eye-catching murals he’s someone you’ve got to take notice of. His second book 101 Movies To Watch Before You Die, the spiritual sequel to 101 Artists To Listen To Before You Die, takes the reader on colourful exploration of the movies that have shaped Cavolo’s life and the lives of his generation.
The mixture of surf and soul that Quentin Tarantino assembled for Pulp Fiction’s soundtrack meant it played like the world’s coolest mixtapes, making it an instant classic upon release. The soundtrack made it to Number 21 on the Billboard 200 and as of 2014 sold more three and a half million copies. A perfect slice of cool for your record collection.
The Asics Onitsuka Tiger trainers have been a go-to shoe for sportspeople since the late 1940s but it’s their appearance in cinema that has taken them to the next level. Favoured by Bruce Lee and later used as a homage to the man in Quinton Tarantino’s Kill Bill, the legendary Onitsuka Tiger stripes can live on forever in cinematic history.Alternative Movie Posters
Have you ever fallen in love with a film so much you want to display a piece of it in your home? Maybe your next step is to Google the film’s release poster. But what if you don’t think they’ve quite got it right. They’re not showing what you think they should. Fear not, where there’s an interest in art a graphic designer is never far away. Check out Alternative Movie Posters for all your favourite films reimagined by the internet.
Sennheiser’s are for people who live for sound. Want to hear a movie exactly how the Sound Engineer wanted you to? It’s time you pick up some Sennheiser’s then and if you’re looking for suggestions we recommend the Momentum series. They carve out every aural nuance in even finer detail making them perfect for the latest blockbuster or indie flick.
Can you name a more iconic duo than popcorn and a movie? Whatever the film, those tasty little kernels always seem to make it a bit better. With the popcorn industry going through a boom period at the moment, there’s a lot of choice available. Our favourite at the moment is Propercorn’s Sweet and Salty. A classic mixture and each serving being less than 130 calories means it’s practically guilt free as well.Karma Cola Lemony Lemonade
Everyone loves a feel good movie and everyone should love a feel good brand. Karma Cola fit the bill for the latter. Their lemonade uses a combination of organic lemons and Fairtrade organic cane sugar which give the farmers a fair deal for their crop, and a feel good factor to you. If life gives you lemons you might as well help a few people with them!
Created by Made In Chelsea’s Jamie Laing, CandyKittens are attempting to change the sweet game. With absolutely no artificial colourings and flavours, and containing real fruit juice in every flavour, they’re the modern confectioners you’ve been looking for. We recommend their candy selection to get a full understanding of their immense tastes.
The Simpsons exploded into a cultural phenomenon in 1990 and has remained one of the most groundbreaking and innovative entertainment franchises ever. When The Simpsons Movie hit it showed it could also make it on the big screen. Now paired with Arizona’s State Bicycle we get to see how they work on a bike. With unparalleled design and high quality materials you can now showcase your love for the world’s favourite animated family wherever you go.
When you think of stylish filmmakers Wes Anderson is usually one of the first you name. His use of symmetry and colour have turned his movies into independent fashion shows. Taking their inspiration from The _Darjeeling Unlimited_, Alberto Favaretto’s Very Troubles Child brings the movies’ eye-catching luggage to life with their Savanna range. Made with 100% vacchetta leather and embossed with a series of African animals, it brings that special movie magic to any trip.Converse as seen in Grease, Rocky, Back To The Future, Sin City & Harry Potter
Harry Potter. Rocky Balboa. Marty McFly. The Chuck Taylor All-Stars have graced the feet of a number of cinema’s most recognisable figures and all for the same reason: their timeless style and comfort. Whether you’re fighting He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named or skateboarding in 1985, it’s always best to do it with comfortable footwear.Find this and more inside Volume #24 – The Film Issue.
Words by Daniel Eggleston