If you think Sean John's spring 2010 ad campaign looks especially fly it's because it's shot by none other than the acclaimed and universally beloved NY photographer Brooke Nipar. [Sean John]

In keeping with spring and trends in tastiness, check out this Nike Air Royalty Macarons pack aptly named after the French cookie. Sure, they're pastel but they're 70% less fey than that sounds and 800% less played than the sickly overrated cupcake. [Hypebeast]

We clued you in a while back on Slamxhype's "This is Harajuku" contest, and they've just revealed who the (lucky) winner will be meeting in Japan. [Slamxhype]

Philatelists stand up! OK, now sit back down because you need to be comfortable when peeping this wee book filled with Dutch postage stamps created by local designer Richard Hutton. [Dezeen]

Shepard Fairey creates a Dalai Lama print to celebrate his 75th birthday as well as Tibetan Independence Day. [Mash Kulture]

Oh man, as if their chainsaw catalogues weren't cool enough, STIHL has created a calendar with pages that tear off by themselves each day. There's a rad video here because trying to explain in words how kickass this thing is feels crazy. [Gizmodo]