I Dare You To Watch This Entire Video by College Humor
An amendment attached to the annual state department budget bill would rename the Washington, D.C. street that the Chinese Embassy is on to Liu Xiaobo Plaza, after noted Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, who is serving an 11-year sentence for subversion.
art by Shepard Fairey
Here’s a detail of a bigger map featuring the LAPD’s Citywide Gang Injunctions.
Three 6-year-old girls who skateboard, and three boys who don’t like princesses.
Smart stuff from Chris Pattle
Prime examples from Japan’s mini bike craze of the 70s & 80s.
THE SLAP by Max Landis
Pot news for those who like to take part
Weedhire: helping you find jobs in the marijuana industry
Colin Furze: Inside The Mind Of An Inventor
Hi-Art is a new iPhone app that features original digital stickers (to be used in place of emojis) created by a whole slew of artists, musicians, and celebrities.
Six Different Artists Made These Paintings by Jerry Saltz
Why does so much new abstraction look the same? Because buyers like it that way.
77 years of Washington Redskins branding
Daytime hooking in Manhattan in the 1980s. Photos by Steven Siegel
A round-up of all things pot related
Speaking of “findings”: Close to an ounce of pot was found hidden under a 450 lb man’s stomach fat
Medicinally speaking, Hilary Clinton doesn’t get it yet
While Mt. Munchie Chris Christie thinks medical marijuana is “a front for legalization.” More like an open door.
but Florida kinda medically legalized it
A Weed Breathalyzer has been invented by a former B.C. Mountie… so, that’s the future.
Is Terry Richardson an Artist or a Predator? by Benjamin Wallace
One of the most famous photographers in the world is also now one of its most vilified.
Directed by Ralph Bakshi
One man’s odyssey through surreal downtown Los Angeles as he tries to find the life he once had
Photographs by Bob Mazzer, currently on display at the Howard Griffin Gallery in London.
“While working as a projectionist in a porn cinema in Central London during the 1980s, Bob Mazzer began photographing on the tube during his daily commute, creating irresistably joyous pictures alive with humour and humanity. This photographic social history then remained unseen and unexhibited until recently begin discovered.”