1. Naked Hollywood: Weegee in Los Angeles exhibition, curated by art historian Richard Meyer, is demonstrated as a part of the Pacific Standard Time, open now until February 27, 2012.
2. The JP Show (Just People) exhibit showcases art pieces featuring the cast of Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park. Open now, with art going on sale online on December 5, 2011.
3. Put your Fall 2011 Alexander Wang Fur Mink sunglasses to good use when you're away at your Living Ecological Alpine Pod (aka LEAP), complete with a biological toilet, thermally isolated doors, and electric induction cooker!
4. Lanvin's, Alber Elbaz, 2012 collection of hand-decorated dolls featuring gowns, jewels, and sunglasses from the fashion house. If only Barbie dressed like this!
5. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Measuring in at 10 meters, this tree is made up on 600,000 LEGO bricks. See it now at St. Pancras Station in London.
6. Hot Rod Skirts at Prada, Spring 2012
7. New Dutch design system, ixxi, has allowed you to create your own pixilated murals by using a modular connecting system.
8. Richard Mosse: Infra exhibit at Jack Shainman Gallery, New York. Mosse captures a decades-old conflict in the Congo, using deadstock film for a new meditation on the problematic genre of photojournalism in areas plagued by strife, using art to decontextualize the familiar. Infra runs through December 23, 2011.
10. Electrical Banana by Norman Hathaway and Dan Nadel, foreword by Sir Paul McCartney, is the first definitive examination of psychedelia, focusing on the most important practicioners in their respective fields. Available through Damiani.
11. Made-to-order Pizza Sleeping Bag, via Etsy. Toppings (aka pillows) are detachable, so you can customize your pie. Yum!
12. Surrealist director Jan Svankmajer's latest film Surviving Life, will be screening at the Institute of Contermporary Arts in London. (December 2, 2011-December 15, 2011)
13. 15 centimeters Mini-Miu Miu available this month through Christmas in Miu Miu boutiques.