Jeron Wilson in Goldfish
Just like Michael Jordan getting cut from his High School Basketball Team, Andy Warhol was rejected from the Moma early on. The great site Letters of Note, has said rejection letter. See it here
One of the sexier commercials we’ve ever seen
Before they had you, they were cool. Check out this tumblr, your parents were awesome, for a ton of trendsetting family photos.
psychedelic furs, Heaven
7 PM – 12 Midnight: Live Art Installation followed by in-store signing.
For those unable to make it, we’re giving away this stencil (above) to one lucky commenter. To win, just read this interview from 1998 and tell us your favorite part. More info on the event after the jump
U.T.F.O., Roxanne Roxanne, 1985
StreetCarnage has a great Mike Muir radio session/interview where the Suicidal Tendencies’ frontman plays a solid variety of tracks and does some storytelling (including a funny one about actor Bill Paxton towards the end). Remembering how I’d literally listen to these guys as I’d go to bed each night, there is something so oddly calming about this…
(Note on the image choice, though the “Join the Army” cover is a close contender for classic album art, I think this one for “Feel Like Shit/Deja Vu” was always my favorite Suicidal cover, also fitting that this specific release is twenty years old this year)
Anyone know where I can see one in person?
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