2012 Subaru BRZ "Pure Handling Delight" Video In accounting for yet another one of the more highly anticipated models to be recently unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, Subaru presents the 2012 BRZ. Shown here in action, the two-door model boasts a 200 hp 2.0 liter boxer engine. The overall...

New Balance 2012 Spring ML574 "Workwear" Pack The 2012 spring "Workwear" pack finds New Balance presenting a mini-collection of several 574′s inspired by classic American garments worn during a variety of timeless and laborious tasks. The shoe, which made its first appearance in 1988, will...

Ransom x adidas Originals 2012 Spring/Summer "The Dover" Toronto-based brand Ransom is back, this time collaborating with adidas Originals on "The Dover" shoe for its 2012 spring/summer collection. The handsome wingtip-inspired shoe is available in a premium nubuck and leather upper, making...

Hoolywood 2012 Fall/Winter "THE KAPITAN" Collection N.Hoolywood's Fall 2012 collection, which debuted recently at New York's Fashion Week, is constructed through the filter of the life of legendary author Ernest Hemingway. Deemed "THE KAPITAN" Collection, it draws influence from different...

Maurice Sendak is best known for his book Where the Wild Things Are, but his contributions to children's literature are many and he will be missed but forever remembered by children and adults who grew up with his stories. Vidal Sassoon breathed new life to women's hair and changed...

In 1993, the great Art Spiegelman visited Maurice Sendak and drew the experience for the New Yorker. With the passing of Mr. Sendak, the magazine has unlocked the two page comic – as suggested Neil Gaiman on Twitter. Thank you to the New Yorker for making this available to all. As well, if...

In the wake of Maurice Sendak's death on Tuesday, clips and interviews featuring the renowned children's author have quickly recirculated around the internet. His work– most famously, "Where The Wild Things Are" — captured children as the complex young people that they are, which stands in...

The New York Times Tribute to Maurice Sendak With the passing of writer and illustrator, Maurice Sendak, still fresh on everyone's mind, The New York Times pays tribute to the storied author of Where the Wild Things Are through its latest Op-Art features, "Thanks, Maurice." Paying homage to...

According to Reuters, playwright Tony Kushner once described Sendak "as one of the most important, if not the most important, writers and artists to ever work in children's literature. Richard Robinson, the chairman, president and SEO of Scholastic Inc publishers, said in a statement,...

May 8,2012 Author and illustrator Maurice Sendak died this morning at his home in Danbury, Connecticut, four days after suffering a stroke. He was 83. One of the greatest figures in children's literature, Sendak was a meticulous artist whose work showed a keen awareness of the power story...

 

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