via Douglas Rushkoff
If the idea of majoring in art didn’t help, this could? Lesley Arfin penned a nice little entry on MissBehave titled How To Get Laid (If You’re a Dude). In short, it offers some courteous wisdom and explains that the key to consistent entry is surprises. One question. Isn’t paying attention usually a surprise?
Do yourself a favor and have a listen
There was a link floating around the internet a couple weeks ago involving the Criterion Collection release of Bottle Rocket and the liner notes that re-created Dignan’s Notebook.
During an internal site search for ‘adidas’ I came across an extremely funny coincidence. Ages ago (March 2008), I was making fun of sneaker collaborations and mentioned how insane it would be if Nike released a Teen Wolf dunk, knowing that Teen Wolf wore Adidas. Fast forward to January 2009, when the blogosphere mentioned a Teen Wolf Tribute Dunk, pretty wild. Have you ever imagined where all of these shoes go that never get sold? Anyway, hopefully they’re recycled but, more realistically they are in some landfill. 2010 prediction, the fall of streetwear is marked by a collaboration with Ringling Bros.. take this seriously.
Marc Ecko points us to Jarmusch’s 5 rules of Filmaking. These can be repurposed to most things in life and his quote of Godard “It’s not where you take things from—it’s where you take them to.” is pure wisdom.
BTW, Mystery Train is one of my favorite movies of all-time. After the jump, the trailer for Jarmusch’s upcoming film The Limits of Control.
This is what 1 trillion dollars would look like if the $10,000 stacks of $100 bills we all know were all piled up. Note the life-size human in the bottom left.
This picture got me thinking that it really is 1 Trillion dollars, because 1 Trillion dollars is totally made up and fictitious.
In a recent interview with Complex, Kim Kardashian said this…
“I’m like most attracted to blonde boys, guys with dirty blonde hair.”
Watch out Reg…
It’s…”a nice experience in my life,”"like in the movies,” a small space filled with all manner of people he would not otherwise meet.”"
You are reading this, consider that one step forward or one step back. Your decision.
Red Rag To A Bull is a “public service site funded by a cartell of rich and powerfull light industrialists who wish to remain annonymous.”
Turns out those wishing to remain anonymous include Jamie Reid, James Cauty, and Billy Childish and one of their purposes is to raise the £200 for Cartrain, a 16 year old artist who Damien Hirst demanded money from for using his diamond skull in a print. Another is‘as “a creative exercise that mocked and exposed the idiocy an overbearing and thoughtless approach to copyright control that creates fear and censorship in the arts.”
via, Art Observed
After seeing this, I think I am having a 21st Century Breakdown.
“So, I hear Street Art is pretty huge right now.”
“Really? I hear kissing is too.”
If you’re going to go this ill-advised route, why not just paint the friggin wall, then photograph it?