From the newly opened Morgans BBQ on Flatbush Ave. in Brooklyn. The pork ribs are fantastic as well.
The Eclectic Method Remix
Alex Winter’s (Bill S. Preston, Esq.) 1988 short film spoof of “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre,” starring the Butthole Surfers.
A group exhibition at Marlborough Broome Street featuring Cory Arcangel & Michael Frumin, Catharine Ahearn, Uri Aran, Darren Bader, John Baldessari, Will Boone, Chris Bradley, Willem de Kooning, Michelle Devereux, Jonah Freeman & Justin Lowe, Samara Golden, Oto Gillen, Drew Heitzler, Martin Kippenberger, Andrew Kuo, Nate Lowman, Tony Matelli, Claes Oldenburg, John Riepenhoff, Reena Spaulings, Spencer Sweeney, and Mateo Tannatt.
Photos by Christos Katsiaouni
For Ray-Ban’s Envision Series.
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Mel Kadel to share her favorite place to eat. Mel is a Los Angeles-based artist who uses coffee-stained paper, micron .005 pens, hand mixed ink wash, pencil and blades to create carefully detailed and layered drawings of childlike characters exploring, opening up and overcoming peril with fierce determination. Continue reading for her answer.
No Guts, No Glory by Howard Chua-Eoan
It’s about the MAD Symposium in Denmark, which is a food conference that all the best chefs in the world attend, but somehow ends up being a profile on David Choe, his interest in Garfield, IBS, etc. Good read.
photo via @davidchang
—Zio / @zioxla
A bloody mary featuring a brussel sprout, a celery stalk, an onion, a mushroom, a cherry tomato, a lemon, a pickle, one shrimp, one Sausage, some cheese, an olive, a green onion, one asparagus and a bacon cheeseburger slider.
‘F— Rap, Laying Back Eating Poutine’ by Alex Pappademas
A highly stoned, deeply weird, very food-obsessed three days on the road with 300-pound Albanian American rapper Action Bronson
Photo by Terry Richardson
A sci-fi film written, directed, and acted out by drunk people
A toast to the last days of summer.
Photos dug out of the Internet K-Hole