Following the release of the sleek new iMac, Apple has drawn up a timeline documenting the monumental computer’s rise to fame...
1998 - The first iMac, the iMac G3, was introduced in 1998 and was the first computer to exclusively offer USB ports as standard. Originally released in Bondi blue, the line later developed another 12 colors bringing individuality to personal computing.
2002 - The next major redesign came in 2002 with the iMac G4 and featured a 15-inch LCD mounted on an adjustable arm above a hemisphere containing the computer’s essentials. A dramatic shift from the G3′s design, the G4 would hint at the future of contemporary computer design.
2004 - The next logical step, was the iMac G5 in 2004 which managed to incorporate an all-in-one design with all of the main logic board and optical drive mounted directly behind the LCD panel.
2012 - Following a few more models over the years, all equally impressive upon their release, the newest iMac is unarguably their most stunning yet.
With Apple's unprecedented growth in iMac computers, they've been able to expand their focus onto new markets and since have become the most successful brand in the world.
Throughout the month of November many men take part in the charitable cause that is Movember. The aim of Movember is for men to grow their mustaches as long as possible during this time period. With Movember nearly upon us Croatian illustrator Vanja Mrgan has applied this aesthetic to cartoon superheroes. Check them out below (via A New Hype)...
A couple of weeks ago, Topman and Topshop took over Camden's Roundhouse for our annual shindig. With George Lamb on hosting duties and hitting the decks (still suited and booted I might add) once the party got started, we knew we were in for an epic night!
Mr Lamb was then followed up by the one and only Zane Lowe - Shamazing as Nicole Scherzinger would say!
After a night of free drinks and delicious appetizers there were a few sore heads in the office the next morning! Check out a few images below of our very own Head Office partygoers:
Chinos are the perfect solution to the 'What do I wear today?!' question boys and men are asking themselves each morning once they have glanced out their windows. Cold, grey, gloomy weather means we all wish we could inject a little colour back into our day.
Perfect for an easy transition into Autumn and then onto Winter are our chinos! Pair with a hoodie for a casual day to day look or a long sleeve shirt to take your look through to a night out!
Have a peek at a few of our coloured chinos available in stores as I type - get shopping!
Green levels are key for this season and will be an essential through to next!
Blues are a wardrobe essential!
Keep an eye out for key purple tones! Great new direction for the season!
Grey's are easy staple pieces which will very likely go with anything in your wardrobe!
Apple will be holding their highly anticipated iPad Mini event this evening, at the California Theatre in San Jose. Members of the press will gather to see what Apple has planned for the upcoming Xmas season. The rumored iPad mini is expected to be announced as well as new Mac hardware and iTunes 11.
A 13-inch Macbook Pro with Retina Display is also in the pipeline and will feature the same thin chassis as the 15-inch.
The full announcement will take place at 6pm (BST) HERE.
If you were like me and longing for a decent night out with 90s Rnb & Hip Hop then worry no more! I have found the most perfect night for you. Supa Dupa Fly is a night that takes place at three separate venues throughout London. Plan B in Brixton, XOYO in Shoreditch & Jazz Cafe in Camden.
Expect to hear Dre, Snoop, Nas, Biggie, Tupac, A Tribe Called Quest, Missy, SWV, TLC, Montell Jordan, Total & early Usher.
The next one is 3rd November @ Plan B Brixton. I will see you there!
A talented artist of many mediums including copper, paper and even skin, Brooklyn based New York artist Scott Campbell has brought his tattooing techniques to yet another type of canvas, Money! See some of his work below...
Campbell’s most striking money work is the Pièce de Résistance. Made from a stack of bills, enough to make a two foot cube of solid money. To get the above result he laser etched a 3D human skull into a stack of $11,000!