A new exhibition all about Kurt Cobain opened at the Seattle Art Museum over the weekend.

Grunge music is arguably Seattle’s greatest cultural export of the past 20 years, and Kurt Cobain was that movement’s central figure. The historical impact of Kurt Cobain cannot be denied or overestimated. During and after his brief career—which came to a premature end in 1994—his life and work have reverberated across the globe. Kurt celebrates that influence, in particular the effect he had on the creative lives and thought processes of artists.

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Reminisce Over This

K-Solo, Your Mom’s in My Business, 1990


Andrew Kuo‘s My Wheel of Worry, May 2010

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Comparing Ads. The iPad vs Newton

Watch these two ads: one for Apple’s iPad and the other for the Newton (after the jump). Quite similar.

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NRA Polo Shirt

What do you think?  That padded shoulder is kind of fresh.

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Inspected Gadget: Pentax 645D is coming

The Pentax 645D is coming soon – May in Japan, other countries soon after. Medium format, digital, 100-1600 iso, ideal for the field or studio. It’s got a giant 43mm x 33mm sensor that grabs images at 40 megapixels. Dual SD slots- you can throw RAW images on one card and JPGs on the other. Hefty monster.

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Eatin’ Dogs in Space

Chinese astronauts eat dog meat to keep their strength up as they orbit around the earth

Lunchtime Laughter


Thoup is an artist working out of the UK.  These are definitely some fun, creative pieces.  More here

Os Gemeos at Museu Colecção Berardo/Arte Moderna e Contemporânea in Lisbon, Portugal

Pra quem mora lá o céu é lá (To those who live there, the sky is there).  Opening tonight.


Praça do Império
1449-003 Lisboa

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This is Miss USA 2010

Miss Michigan Rima Fakih. Hachi Machi!

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Banksy Arrives in NYC

After making his way across North America, Banksy quietly showed up in New York over the weekend. Expect to see more of this fun in the next couple days.

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morning dose of awesome

Dead Kennedys – Rawhide (lost session tapes)

Adriana Lima is wrapped up in the future of Fashion

Picture of the Day

Dave Schubert, Margaret Kilgallen

This week…

Frank Frazetta, Rest in Peace

We dug up an old interview with Mike Giant

This Commuter bike by Tato looked sick

We stopped by Rick Owens new opening


Andi Muise couldn’t have looked more fine

Everything is Practice

Created by Jake Sumner with Spike Lee, the short film debuts tonight at Nike’s new Stadium Space at 276 Bowery.

Selected Lots from Phillips’ Africa Auction

These are just some of the works of art that go on the auction block tomorrow (5/15).  See the full catalogue here

Sound Advice 52: Titty City

We are pleased to present our 52nd installment (one full year!) of Sound Advice featuring Titty City.  For those who don’t know, Titty City is the best after-work hours website in the world.

Sound Advice 52 – Titty City

I Have A Boyfriend  –  The Chiffons
Silhouettes  –  The Ronettes
Why Do Lovers Break Each Other’s Hearts  –  Bob B. Sox & The Blue Jeans –
Nobody Loves Me  –  The Ikettes
Sophisticated Boom Boom  –  The Shangri-Lahs
A Fool In Love  –  Ike & Tina Turner
Chick Habit  –  April March
Pinky Dinky Doo  –  The Brentwoods
I’m Gonna Make Him Mine  –  The Donnas
If You Can’t Sleep  –  She & Him
Some of Your Lovin’  –  Dusty Springfield
Gee Whiz  –  Carla Thomas
Baby, I Love You  –  The Ronettes
Then He Kissed Me  –  The Crystals

Download Sound Advice 52 Now!

up all night

The Cardigans, My Favorite Game

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