Black consumers only like sports games.
This statement comes from professor and game designer Derek Manns while talking at the Game Developers Conference. Many publishers believe that games like the Madden and NBA 2K franchise appeal more to the Black gamers than other games. That is not true.
Neil deGrasse Tyson may not be the first person to pop into your mind when it comes to fashion, but the famed astrophysicist has turned out to have quite the artistic side.
Italian fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna Couture set out to create a one-of-a-kind fashion film to play in the background for its Fall/Winter 2015 fashion show.
In order to pull off the complex project, they called on the help of the Cosmos host himself.
The short film is only 11 minutes long and goes back and forth between intriguing shots of outer space and the bustling images of major cities like New York, Shanghai and Milan.
So how did Tyson help bring the fashion film together?
Tyson teamed up with Ermenegildo Zegna Couture creative director Stefano Pilati and Florida International University astronomy professor Fiorella Terenzi to help plan “the film’s precise, earthbound astral journey,” according to Wallpaper.
In other words, the film remains scientifically accurate as it takes you on your journey through space.
The short video serves as a stunning reminder that art and science can mesh together, and they often come together quite beautifully.
Just look at Tyson’s wardrobe.
Back in May he told the New York Post that he has roughly 100 custom-made ties and vests that were all inspired by celestial images.
Meanwhile, the video will be on display for much longer than just one fashion show. The galactic journey can also be witnessed over and over again at Harrods, a famous department store in London.
The store will have the video displayed as a special window project up until Oct. 19.