Method Man & Redman, How Hight Part 2, 2001
I have been meaning to write about this one for a while now. If you’re on a mac(intel) and watch most of your entertainment online, you will love this application (as most do, they have over 500,000 users so far). Boxee is like a set top system that allows you to watch and listen to everything on your media library and !! it lets you access many streaming sites and networks. Like HULU, CNN, Pandora, MTV, Joost all through a “Front Row” experience but better. I have to tell you once you start down this word everything changes.
Oh I almost forgot, it also allows you to share with other “Boxee” users what you’ve watched (be careful) recommendations, and it also lets you vote shows up or down. I cannot stop praising this one. It also works with the apple remote, so you can sit on your ass and browse. Now if it only allowed me to buy the episodes off HBO and Showtime…. I would never need cable again….
Just released at Jonathan Levine Gallery is this little, 8-armed creature which will be a nice addition to your home. Camille Rose Garcia’s PITCO Fine Dolls: Seymoor Squidly.
Measuring 48 inches tall, Seymoor Squidly is constructed entirely in California from wood-blend felt and organic cotton/hemp fabric and is stuffed with hemp fiber. His dour expression is silkscreened and heightened by glitter facial features. Land marooned, orphaned and filled with neglect. No fun at all to play with.
Camille Rose Garcia
Fabrics: organic cotton tea-dyed linen and wool blend felt
Filling: hemp fiber and rice
S/N Edition of 125
48 x 8 x 8 inches
“Casual Encounters is also a haven for people with sex addictions. They’re like a kid in a candy store,”
Similar to the Vader Project of before, The Enterprise Project enlisted artists and designers to re-interpret the Starship Enterprise in a marketing push for that new Star Trek movie.
This Nixon 51-30 is a nice little piece of time and it can be yours for $400.00. Depending on your, budget it comes in black for $450.00 and that is still a lot cheaper than a Chanel or Bell & Ross.
Start the week off right with Adriana Lima.
Shawn Mortensen, Rest in Peace (1966 – 2009)
At Joshua Liner. All the info is here
A Tribe Called Quest, Can I Kick It, 1990
While you’re at it
I dug this comic by Reas out of an old issue of Flashbacks, probably around 1994. Panel-by-panel after the jump.
Jason Lazarus is a Chicago-based photographer. It’s very mid-west, and I mean that in a good way. If you’re from the midwest you will understand.