Even though it looks more like a loaf, I would totally dig in. ‘A’ for presentation, ‘D’ for graffiti.
I just stumbled across Raymond, pretty interesting work. See for yourself
In their book Tossed & Found, one of the things that Linda and John Meyers explain is how they found and in turn created this fantastic chess set using an old type tray, risers, and both cases of letters. The results are incredible and inspirational for those who like to do things themselves. Have a look at their blog for more and definitely pick up the book.
Pick yourself up a pair of boot knife socks from Fine and Dandy for $17.00
Yes, it’s real. Guess the Governator didn’t like the bill. Via techcrunch
In response to one lady, I don’t think you’ll be able to have a husband and kids to take care of with all of those cats. duh
Come on Facebook, can’t you let homie catch a break?
In other news, an ebay auction benefiting Historic Rock Hill preservation featuring a really nice, large original by Shepard Fairey ends tomorrow afternoon. The price is still low, so somebody should swoop in and get some. see that piece after the jump, and the auction here
This week’s 10 were put together by our homie at The Whoa!
Modern English, I Melt With You
My friend Joseph was telling me about these earlier in the month, so it is nice to actually see it instead of visualize. Available through Cereal Art, the ceramic Object To Enjoy comes in 4 different colors, each in an edition of 200 and measures 9 x 5 x 15.5 inches.
Mad Cobra, Flex, 1992
The girl who we watch stretch all the time is now being photographed by Terry Richardson for Supreme. Nice casting on this one fellas! Brings me back to Mad Cobra, Flex…
Girls & Graffiti, ginger snaps & cream cheese.