This Side of the Truth is Ricky Gervais’s first movie as writer and director together with Matt Robinson. It’s a comedy set in a world where no one has ever had the ability to lie. Until now. Ricky has started a video blog to document the production of his new movie. Enjoy
It seems as if around every corner there is something to buy, I am all for it. If you act quick, you may be able to pick up this great Wooster Collective Space Invader print and book. Editions of 100 and 2000 respectively. Link
Tune into Dave Navarro’s Spread tonight to watch the interview with Shepard Fairey. As you know he’s been getting some recent attention for his work on a Barak Obama poster and will most likely touch upon that during his time with Dave, among his other work.The New episodes will air both the Live and On Demand sections of the site on Thursdays at 8pm ET. If you have something better to do that day, you can watch it on Friday, anytime, the post the clips following the show.
Newton Virus is a computer virus designed by London collective Troika, that causes icons on your computer desktop to fall towards the ground as if affected by gravity. This has to be the only virus any mac owner would install on there machine. Via Dezeen
This is your new favorite site. Crgslst (which claims it’s “so fast, the vowels are left behind”) understands. Using an AJAX search API, this site grabs from Craigslist’s RSS feeds to not only allow you to search faster, but also browse multiple cities at once. You should definitely go check out the site.
Via Josh Spear
So here at the the TWBE, you know we like Shepard, so much so we are going to tune into Dave Navarro’s Spread this Thursday night to watch the interview with Shepard Fairey. As you know he’s been getting some recent attention for his work on a Barak Obama poster and will most likely touch upon that during his time with Dave, among his other work.
The New episodes will air both the Live and On Demand sections of the site on Thursdays at 8pm ET. If you have something better to do that day, you can watch it on Friday, anytime, the post the clips following the show.
Artist David Horvitz has come up with one of those genius internet ideas that makes you pissed off that you didn’t think of it. For various amounts of money, he will do various things for you. For example, the picture above is of star sand and in his words
“If you give me $1,626 I will go to the small Okinawan island called Iriomote and send you an envelope filled with star-sand (don’t worry, I’ve been there before, I know where to go). I will send it from there.”
via, fecal face
Retrojunk is a website that brings me back to my childhood days of the 80′s. Which by the way was the best time to grow up, ever.
A frequent subject of posts on this site, Banksy has updated his own website with a nice Q & A session plus some new pictures and words from the outdoors. Enjoy!
Falling Times“… is an everlasting and growing real-time news translation machine representing permanently appearing and disappearing information about our times and, simultaneously, the fall of our western decadent civilization.
Falling Times refers to the heavy InfoPollution we live in. The InfoSociety has created a new kind of consumer
I have to say this is the best online way to buy a girl underwear. Knicker Picker has launched an online store that lets you shop for your next piece of lingerie in an interactive way. The models are real human beings and will
It has been a while since I checked up on David Choe’s blog, and it shows. The blog has been re-skinned and updated like mad. Busy times for the busy artist who has a UK solo show opening up at Lazarides in mid to late February.
Worried shoes is an online gallery dedicated to the early work of the eccentric talent, Daniel Johnston.
Here is the gist. Think up some wild shit you have always wanted to do or have someone else do. Submit the idea to the site, where you and other users vote on it. If it is chosen, there is a performer who will act it out in real time on the street. Basically, like some kind of whore. Sounds fun doesn’t it?