A short animated film made in 1958 for Washington International Airport written, produced, and directed by Charles and Ray Eames.
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Kime Buzzelli to share her favorite place to eat. Kime is a Los Angeles-based artist known for her feminine, ethereal paintings, and her distinct style.
Continue reading for her answer.
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Friday Saturday, Chris Black will be using his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things you’re bound to find interesting.
Trevor Jackson speaks with Arthur Baker about his work across the decades and his collaborations with the likes of Afrika Bambaataa, Planet Patrol, New Order, Hall and Oates and even Bruce Springsteen
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Tom Knox in Risk It
Vans OTW and The Blackouts (Ako and Atiba Jefferson) got together and produced a vinyl record featuring a compilation from VP Record’s catalog. The LP is free, and available at select OTW retailers. Tracklist after the jump.
Angry Samoans, Steak Knife, Pictures of Matchstick Men, and Inside My Brain plus an interview from around March 1980 on New Wave Theater..