Lunchtime Laughter

A whole lot of Sexy People

aw yeah.  Sexy People for days

The Best Porn Star Twit Pics


This is why you’re following them on Twitter anyway, right?  For the chance, for the taste of the remote chance.  Anyway, I’m going to have to dig up some films with Tori Black (above).  She’s so dope.  See the list here. Bonus shot after the jump.

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Vans Caballero


I can’t believe this shoe debuted 20 years ago!  That would put me at the age of nine or ten when my parents finally got fed up with torn sneakers and blessed me with the opportunity to buy a ‘skate’ shoe.  The Cab is going to back on store shelves this June, and back on my feet soon after.

More info here

Little Japanese Bad-Ass Playing Crazy Train

Maybe a little Jeff Beck after the jump too…

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Who actually buys Urban Art?


A bit dated but according to The Guardian, the attempted humorous answer is…

The boy-man.
The corporate banker
The canny restauranteur
Bitter speculators.

read the descriptions here

Friday’s Vault

Chris Hall skating in DC.  Freedom Plaza used to be so good

Picture of the Day


Dave Schubert

Artorialust: colt 45 edition

As the darkness grew, we found ourselves on familiar turf with a Fuji instant camera and a world of possibility.

Is Quality New York Street Art on its way back?


Today we have brought news of Faile on the streets and now Judith Supine installing a piece in Central ParkRevs put up a great piece last month, maybe they’ve all finally thawed out from the Winter.  If the art can maintain this type of quality, we are in for an exciting Summer!

photo by Kevin Walsh

Reminisce Over This

Lords of the Underground, Here Come The Lords, 1993

Marion Peck is just clowning around

We stopped by the nearly sold-out show at Sloan Fine Art last night and brought back some detail shots of her clowns taken by my iPhone.

The Best (and maybe only) Art Gallery commercial ever made

Hang-Up Pictures. Spotlighting work by Banksy, and Faile and featuring a future muse, Jen Dawson.  Boner Town!

The video has been removed but you can see it here

via, fusShop

girl and gorilla


Masuimi Max may be my new favorite discovery

you work for them interpretation DVD


I remember when computer art animations were all the rage back in the 90′s. It’s now 2009 and we still like them. You Work For Them has created a DVD that explores sound nature, motion and time. Check out the trailer on there site and buy it there. Here’s a little blurb from them, it looks like it has won a few awards as well. I have to say it’s pretty relaxing to listen to and watch.

“A work of art that explores the relationship between nature, motion and sound, The Interpretation takes us on a languid journey through a slowly flourishing forest. Hinting at vague memories of microbiology and rotating through a cool organic spectrum of…”

A few more stills after the jump.

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design is in Meat(packing)


This Weekend May 14-17th don’t miss ‘NY local’, an exhibition curated by designboom that presents the work of some of the big apple’s best transplants, expats, design veterans and rising stars.
‘NY local’ is part of an off-site event program in the meatpacking district.

Make sure to check out the work by TWBE’s friend Matt Gagnon ( “grid wall” featured above)
Matt’s work can be described as complex concepts executed elegently.(that’s just me)

Here’s the list:
- lindsey adelman
- matt gagnon
- paul loebach
- kiel mead
- alissia melka-teichroew
- jason miller
- takeshi miyakawa
- RBW (RichBrilliantWilling)
- garth roberts
- john truex
- matthew weatherly

Lunchtime Laughter

Undaunted by theives, Faile puts another totem pole prayer wheel in the ground


Our friend Katherine sent us over images of Faile‘s latest street installation in Brooklyn.  You may remember what happened to the other one.

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i f@cking love hockey

Dropping Gloves, big fight at the end of the game. Detroit Vs Anaheim May 12.

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