What do you get when you mix a few dozen exhibits, showcases, presentations, and films with even more performances and DJ sets—and, oh yeah—an open bar? You get Saturday afternoon/evening/night's Vice Magazine and Intel's Creators Project event, which drew everyone from Alexander Wang, Kirsten Dunst, Becka Diamond, and Mark Ronson (whose audience-driven mixing session made every hipster kid present sob hipster tears of appreciation). With three floors occupied at Milk Studio, the event featured performances from M.I.A., Interpol, Sleigh Bells, and Neon Indian scattered among an orgy of interactive installations incorporating audio, visuals, and good ol' "whoa, pretty colors!" trickery. Click through for the pics we snapped before passing out with our party clothes still on at the end of the night.
Every Movement Needs A Soundtrack. This Is Ours.