Anthrax & Public Enemy, Bring The Noise, 1991
TAC shows a nice collection of Towa Tei album art. Some of the artists featured include Barry McGee, KAWS, Clare Rojas, and Steve Powers.
Our friend Dil has an opening at the Gallery Bar in NYC tomorrow night. Stop by, take in the art, say what’s up and enjoy.
The Signed By Network is rather strange. Steve Wozniak, Frank Kozik, and Robert Williams all in some umbrella corporation ‘signed memorabilia’ racket. The voiceovers are exceptionally weird. The Woz floppy disk is pretty dope though.
Stuff Hipsters Don’t Like is one girls exploration into hipsterdom.
I wish this video was on YouTube or some video site and bigger. Whatever, the modern master talks graffiti and shows slides for 30 plus minutes and that is good enough.
I never been to one of these but, it looks like fun!
Big Battel Bash in Brooklyn on August 23rd. A fearsome pack of Kaiju’s top talent will take to The Yard’s outdoor venue to cap August with a full Fighto slate. Tickets are availabe now, and considering the unique industrial waterway-side venue they are sure to go fast! Get yours now.
What: Kaiju Big Battel at The Yard in Brooklyn
Special Performances By: Evil Dee, Team Facelift, Peelander-Z
Where: The Yard, 388-400 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY
When: Saturday, August 23rd
Tickets: $15 Adv/$20 Day of Show; All Ages
Get Tickets: Ticketweb.com
Rain or Shine
Too Short, I’m a Player, 1993
The Olympics have brought many positive things to my recent life: excuses not to leave home, ample material for small talk but, most of all, Guo Jingjing. A celebrity in China, the beauty has been unknown to my Western eyes. All I can say is that I will be watching her in the 3m Springboard, yum.
It’s exciting to see Kaws featured on the cover of the new ANP Quarterly and written about by Brendan Fowler. It will not be that exciting to try to get a copy, since all of the KAWS freaks will be searching for them and then stockpiling. Read and share guys, it’s just paper with words and photos on it.