I love when people combine my passions for food and rap. Like when Cee Lo rapped about a “heaping helping of fried chicken, macaroni and cheese and collard greens, too big for my jeans” on Goodie Mob’s “Soul Food.” Or when Steel painted portraits of Eazy-E, Tupac and Mac Dre with cheeseburger heads.
Now chef Eddie Huang has stepped up to the plate. For the second location of his restaurant BaoHaus, which opened last week, he had artist Sophia Chang illustrate the menu’s items and pair them with rap lyrics from Tribe Called Quest, Cam’ron, Lil Wayne, Waka Flocka, the Neptunes and more.
Now if only I can convince Big Ghost to start doing restaurant reviews…
A photography exhibition featuring Noah Kalina, Emily Shur, and Noe Montes.
Every exhibition THIS does a tote bag with INCASE, have a look at the Noah Kalina collab after the jump.
Images from Perseverance, on view at Known Gallery until September 10th
Even though he’s been doing shoe collabs for years, Rap culture has added Jean Michel-Basquiat to the name-check list.
The NY Times explores the recent fascination.
A dramatic cell phone video from Scott Campbell
Cleon Peterson gets interviewed for Mediapart
I apologize for not telling you about this handprinted zine before it sold out. Really impressive.
Peep Phlegm’s blog right here
By the one and only MADSTEEZ
A nice print from Dave Kinsey.
4-color screenprint on 100% cotton rag
Size: 24 x 18 inches
Available through BLK/MRKT Editions
A furniture homage to the animal kingdom by Maximo Riera