THE FIVE-STIR is in constant motion—we work tirelessly to bring you a curated look at what’s at the intersection of creativity and commerce. But we know, you’ve got a busy life, and sometimes might miss a juicy tidbit or two on THE STIR.
So, here are five things we don’t think you would want to miss…on THE FIVE-STIR.
A bank in Germany has crowd-sourced a new image for their credit cards. Ironically, the locals picked Karl Marx—not a fan of capitalism, to represent their bank. Read the full story here.
She’s sassy, irreverent, blonde and busty—she’s Ethel’s Brew, a new boutique beer supported by a tale of an 88-year old Brooklyn widow who is having the time of her life, and whose motto is “Go Out with a Bang.” Read the full story here.
Julius Shulman elevated architectural photography into an art form, and presented midcentury modern architecture to the world. Now, Artist Amy Park is translating Shulman’s photographs into watercolor paintings. Read the full story here.
Transporting Argentinian empanadas to a new level is a fully restored vintage 1970 Citroen H-Van. Go here for the full story.
Oops. In an announcement of their new non-stop flights from Korea to Kenya, Korean Air’s website reportedly described Kenyans as full of "primitive energy." The reference has now been removed, and the company apologized, calling the wording an error in translation. Read the full story here.