While that does sound like the name of a band, this is actually just a video of young adults talking about bleak financial situations across the US.
Merrill is using reality via an online digital-aging program to convince you to save money.
Thomas Demand, Bullion
Legalize it, tax it, and then use that money to create a functional public healthcare system. This opinion article should have added in that idea.
(note: legal pot is not brown)
Why is that? Well… dude has a supermodel wife, an ill publishing company, and a stellar art foundation in Greenwich, CT. Oh, and he’s also the owner (?) of OJ’s infamous White Ford Bronco. Respect.
Peep a couple photos of Nate Lowman’s new show I wanted to be an artist but all I got was this lousy career at The Brant Foundation after the jump.
Photographs by Pieter Hugo, music by Ad-Rock.
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A documentary about “a group of proud Scottish homeowners take on celebrity tycoon Donald Trump as he buys up one of Scotland’s last wilderness areas to build a golf resort.”
The $5,000-7,000 estimate that this piece carries just seems waaaaaay too low.
Up for auction through Doyle New York
He was blackout drunk.
How to Sell Drugs in NYC, an in-depth look from Vice.
Illustration by Michael Giurato