The making of the Goonies
The making of the Goonies
Time Magazine has named the 50 best Websites of 2009. I just found out about Hulu, and Google, and some censorship crazy site called Flickr.
A great rooftop piece seen only from the highway. You can always count on Romanywg for a photo! Live Fast Drive Slow
KAWS’ latest collaboration is with Jun Takahashi’s label, Undercover. The result of which is the girlfriend-friendly Undercover Bear Kaws Companion. Look out for it in Asia and the internet August 28th.
The movie looks like it’s going to be awesome but, I am not sure about the song, yet. It’s a movie song….. Listen before you buy here, Karen O’s “All is Love” available today for download.
De La Soul, Stakes is High, 1996
I decided to start re-playing some of the videos that have already been on Reminisce Over This. Hope you don’t mind, this week will be classic.
Because, you know, what else would your special little christian goth want?
Totally feelin’ this.
“The Mockumentary” seeks to illuminate the conspiracy theories surrounding the musical identity of Mocky. Featuring interviews and appearances by some of the musicians who know him best, Gonzales, Jamie Lidell, Feist , Peaches, Taylor Savvy, Kevin Blechdom and hosted by the musicologist Dr. Thomas Strauss, ” The Mockumentary ” is a HILARIOUS “must-see” that is getting people very excited about Mocky´s upcoming new album “Saskamodie” on Crammed Discs.”
From our friends new website, The Street Spot.
Most awesome trailer ever!
Probably the only website to book that we can endorse. $9.99 means it will make it to your breakfast/lunch/dinner/coffee table pretty easily.
Kathy Grayson is curating New York Minute over in Rome next month. This poster pack is a good accompaniment for anybody who cannot get to the Eternal City by November,
“O.H.W.O.W. proudly presents the NEW YORK MINUTE Poster Pack.
These 10 individual posters are by Aurel Schmidt, Dash Snow, Dan Colen, Barry McGee, Chris Johanson, Evan Gruzis, Kon Trubkovich, Tauba Auerbach, Ben Jones and JD Samson. Each poster is 12 x 18 inches and was executed for the New York Minute Exhibition at Macro Future Museum in Rome. Curated by Kathy Grayson, this exhibition runs from September 19 – November 1, 2009.
100 Poster packs will be made available for purchase exclusively through our bookstore. Posters will also be on display in Rome throughout the length of the exhibition.
Each unsigned poster pack is numbered x/100 and will be shipped flat.”
How fresh is that Aurel Schmidt above?
Buy it here, fast
It is what it is… “man talk.”
RadarMusicVideos is a network for amazing music video directors. Check out this 2D escape into the real world.
I saw this piece over on this site, and wanted to with all my heart to think that David Ellis was involved. I can’t though. This piece looks to be a combination of two of his (different type of fish though, not catfish), which are evidenced after the jump.