Now if he can only figure out how to do it with cotton

A couple days ago we saw Japanese schoolgirls underwear flying through the air, the only problem is that it was animated.  One Japanese man is trying to make fantasy reality.  Peep the video above, that little model is pretty awesome regardless of the fact that it’s not really underwear.

via, buzzfeed

Keith Haring

I found these great old pics of Keith Haring on Kathy Grayson’s blog, and figured that by putting them in a slideshow it would help make sure they never got buried.

Because any promotion for Apple would be too healthy


Burger King Japan’s Windows 7 Whopper.  Bring it.

Tube: A day in the night of NY

This BBC program is 25 minutes of old New York.  Featuring a slew of characters including New Order and Rock Steady, it is worth the watch.

via, 12oz

Vader wasn’t a superhero

He’s the only one who doesn’t fit.  Regardless, these altered moments in history by Agan Harahap are nice.

The Internet makes you smarter


Yah huh, just google it. It sez so right there.

New Neurological Evidence That the Internet Makes People Smarter

Sweet Jalapeno Shrimp Corndog


It doesn’t even make sense but, everything at the Texas State Fair looks delicious.

Morning Dose of Drugs to do while dating

Pop Rally’s Evening of Skate Videos


15 years ago, who would have thought that you could be watching skate videos in Moma? Then did you ever think you’d be drinking Colt 45 watching a band (No Age) play next to a Rodin sculpture? I sure as hell didn’t.  Good time to be had last night, topped off by this amazing Chris Johanson poster detailed above.

Morning Dose of Internerd

It will be interesting to see how this guy Brett Domino evolves.

via, Peggy Wang

Vampire Killing Kits


This is some serious ish.  Go and kill Twilight with one of these.

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The Art of Rebellion + Print Giveaway


For one night only, this Saturday October 17th is HARLEY-DAVIDSON’s The Art of Rebellion. Featuring rock poster artists Art Chantry, Brian Ewing, Derek Hess, Dirty Donny, Frank Kozik, Harpoon, John Van Hamersveld, Lindsey Kuhn, Tara McPherson and The Pizz, each customizing a Harley-Davidson Iron 883 gas tank.  There will also be prints from each artist displayed for purchase.

via the release…

“These artists represent the rebellious spirit that we very much connect with-mixing old with new, defying boundaries and creating fresh individual perspectives,” said Susanne Dawursk, Harley-Davidson director of Outreach Marketing. “The Art Of Rebellion is a must-see event that showcases the artists and supports the art community at large.”

We were blessed with a signed print by Frank Kozik to give away to one lucky reader, so to make it interesting, we ask that you submit your favorite moment/image of Harley-Davidson history.  To give you an idea, see after the jump.

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Glenn O’Brien on the Sartorial Responsibility of Rock Stars


Reads like this are why I like the internet sometimes.

Forever in Awesome

Thanks to Doug Haddow for reminding me of this.

10 from the Urban Dictionary (pt. 1)

In this new feature we explore the English language as it was meant to be spoken. We dig deep through the best reference in the world, the Urban Dictionary.  Got a nice word or phrase we should feature? Leave it in the comments.

Tuff City Blunt Wraps


It took me a little while to wrap my head around these.  At first I thought the wraps had the trains and graff printed on them.  Then, I slowly came to realize that it was just the packaging that was custom.  Maybe I’ll have to head up to the Bronx and make sure though.  Puff Tuff.

available at Tuff City


What do you think about Japanese girls (or any girls for that matter) that are into CosPlay?  Are they very prude in their home life, or are they totally like Adina Howard?  I’m very interested.  Here is a selection of CosPlay from the recent Tokyo Game Show.  For more pics check out

Morning Dose of Awesome

This man should be an idol to somebody.

Oh, You mean the guy who is like Bob from Twin Peaks?


Of course I’ve seen him in my dreams..

“In January 2006 in New York, the patient of a well-known psychiatrist draws the face of a man that has been repeatedly appearing in her dreams. In more than one occasion that man has given her advice on her private life. The woman swears she has never met the man in her life.

That portrait lies forgotten on the psychiatrist’s desk for a few days until one day another patient recognizes that face and says that the man has often visited him in his dreams. He also claims he has never seen that man in his waking life.

The psychiatrist decides to send the portrait to some of his colleagues that have patients with recurrent dreams. Within a few months, four patients recognize the man as a frequent presence in their own dreams. All the patients refer to him as THIS MAN.”

Peep the creepy website here

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