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Looks like Miles Tsang is still cranking out mind-blowing posters. His new one for The Dillinger Escape Plan is an 18″ x 24″ glow in the dark screenprint, has an edition of 200, and costs $30. Visit his shop.

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As we hit bladdy September and the dearly-missed UK rain’s back, we’ve got a shiny new issue feat. supermodel Lindsey Wixson, and naturally in tow is the new Monthly Playlist: Meet Brooklyn’s Dai Burger and Junglepussy, avant-garde pop singers Glasser, SZA, Hyperdub newcomer Jessy Lanza and Lorde, alongside Cape Town digi-funk team John Wizards and the NY ball scene’s Divoli S’vere, as well as Ducktails, Mazzy Star and distorted Derbyshire duo Drenge. Plus: a collabo between Floating Points and Hejira, the new The Weeknd Feat Drake (don’t miss the #DRAKEYOLOPOLOs), more from M.I.A, the Brenmar-produced Ian Isiah and Mickey Lightfoot feat. Darq E Freaker.

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After a string of strong supporting roles, Jude Law returns to the spotlight in Dom Hemingway. And what a noisy, colorful return it may be.

The gangster pic stars Law as a safecracker who’s just spent twelve years in prison for keeping his mouth shut. Once out, he reconnects with his old life by trying to collect his due from his boss (Demián Bichir) and make up with his estranged daughter (Emilia Clarke). Richard E. Grant plays Dom’s best friend, who’s along for the ride.

The first trailer has just hit, and you can check it out after the jump. Be warned that it’s NSFW, unless your own boss doesn’t mind seeing Law’s bare bottom on your computer screen.


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Law’s return to center stage comes not a moment too soon. He seems to be at the top of his form here, oozing charisma even as it becomes obvious that Dom is a terminal screw-up.

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At the young age of 16, Aukland-based singer Lorde (aka. Ella Yelich-O'Connor) has released "Tennis Court" - the follow up single to The Love Club EP which reached #1 on iTunes in New Zealand last year and earned her a co-sign from Grimes. Seemingly pulling inspiration from fellow songstress Lana Del Rey, the synth-pop track centers around Ella's fascination with music from the 80s. "Tennis Court" is the title track of Lorde's forthcoming second EP. Listen below!


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TIME Photo Department

TIME LightBox presents our monthly round-up of the best books, exhibitions and ways to experience photography beyond the web—from the Steve McCurry exhibition in Colorado and the 55th Venice Biennale to Roger Ballen’s ‘Portraits from South Africa’ in Los Angeles and the Belfast Photo Festival.

‘The Guide’ on LightBox will be published monthly. If you have submissions or suggestions for upcoming round-ups of the best books and exhibitions, feel free to pass them along via email before June 15. We’ll also be updating this gallery throughout the month.

See the previous editions of The Guide:

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Jack Lowe

Since receiving a Kodak pocket camera as a birthday present when he was a child, Hengki Koentjoro has been hooked on photography, going on to study and graduate from the Brooks Institute of Photography. It was while studying that Koentjoro became heavily inspired by the atmospheric work of influential American photographer Ansel Adams, motivating him to create similarly moody images but in his hometown of Jakarta, Indonesia. The results are truly stunning, documenting the vast oceans surrounding the country's 13,000 islands in brooding, menacing and mysterious black and white. When asked why he only shoots in monochrome, Koentjoro says: "It is more pliable therefore more freedom in expressing your idea. With the Zone System by Ansel Adams, you are in the practice of seeing things around you in monochrome or learning to see in black and white. This helps a lot in choosing your proper subject matter and forecasting how it'll look later on in post production."


www.koentjoro.com

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“Build it. Break it. Improve it.” That was the Universal Law of Invention as defined by this year’s incredible ALVA Award winner, Sebastian Thrun. From the Google Self Driving Car to Google Glass to the education start-up Udacity, Thrun has led remarkable teams in the creation of products that will truly change the way the world works in the future.

Great inventors – and great inventions – solve problems, address real needs, and make the world work better. To recognize the next generation of world-changing creators, we created the ALVA Award in partnership with GE, which takes its name from the legendary inventor who inspired us: Thomas Alva Edison.

This year, we were honored to award the ALVA to Sebastian Thrun, who joined us live at the 99U Conference for an incredible presentation outlining his approach to making ideas happen. Along the way, Sebastian talked about the importance of setting wildly ambitious goals, embracing failure as an opportunity to learn, iterating as fast as you can, and giving your team members the autonomy they need to invent.

Watch Sebastian’s 99U Talk:

Photos from Sebastian’s Presentation:

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Learn more about the ALVA Award, and our past winners, at www.99u.com/alva.

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Jeff Blagdon

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The charitable work of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was the focus of the Microsoft founder’s recent 60 Minutes interview with Charlie Rose, but the longtime richest man in the world got emotional when the conversation turned to friend and rival Steve Jobs. When asked what the pair talked about during their final meeting at the Jobs home in May of 2011, Gates welled up, saying, “what we’d learned, families… anything.” He later went on to say that he and the Apple founder "practically grew up together."

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