Dave the Chimp gets interviewed by Sneaker Freaker. It is nice to hear an artist talk truthfully about about the state of street art, collaborating with corporations, and all that other hype-driven jank that is present in culture today.
Check out the music video for the band, Fol Chen, the Highland Park California talent. Read an interview with them here.
Watch as cars bounce off of each other. Rubber necking at its finest.
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Outkast, Elevators, 1996
If you ever decide to try a diet (not recommended), think about the Paleolithic diet.
Check out Florish Hovers, a Dutch designer who has come up with one of my new favorite looking toys. Arche Toys are awesome. Floris, recently featured in I.D Magazine for his design work is also being recognized for his toy work. Here’s an old article on dezeen from last year about the toys. You can Buy now (sortof) here, but I think it involves a phone call.
The World’s Best Ever.
Check out this flannel from all saints. On sale now for 63 pounds.
Did you know that Peruvians never get grey hair?
Some more pictures of the elder set after the jump
Check out this creative video of Jingle Bells played by Microwaves. Merry Christmas.
I can’t believe I never saw this before
Misaki Kawai‘s latest exhibition Outdoor Club, opens at Paul Bright’s Toronto gallery tonight. The opening is from 7 – 10pm and the exhibition runs through the 24th of January. Don’t miss it. Press release after the jump
Opening the same night as the Brooklyn Block Party at Ad Hoc Art, C215′s Junk Store blew away anything else in the gallery. Showcasing the French artist’s stencil skills and color palette, Junk Store is a refreshing addition to a genre of art that has begun to look all too similar. My favorite piece is above, and—because of my self-imposed moratorium—is still available at a very affordable price tag. Check out the rest of the room on C215′s flickr page.
The Roots, Silent Treatment, 1995