Our friend Marial is putting on this show this weekend in Williamsburg, and we’re a part of it so you should stop by. Saturday and Sunday.
I followed this lady around the block.. she had her shopping bags in there too. I think the baby is dead.
Stuffed Animals, who doesn’t love them? You were brought up with fake ones when you were a child, so it makes sense to progress to the real thing when you’re grown up. Here’s a look at some of our favorites from the site, Crappy Taxidermy.
My friend Morgan sent this ad over from Tokyo. The Japanese are one step ahead
Well, that’s really up to them I guess.
I’d like one of those oversize matchbox versions of these, to roll around my non-existent desk.
Shepard Fairey’s Jaws Wave. Float this in a nice white frame, shadow boxed, business. The print is based off a painting Jaws Wave, which Shepard Fairey completed for the Surfrider 25th Anniversary Gala.
First your chihuaha dies, and now you have to pose and rip-off the whole Kid Robot Dunny vinyl thing. I think they should come with the big people’s meals too. Check it.
Lance Mountain, Propaganda
“capturing the the simple beauty that surrounds us in nature, seeing things that you have seen before with just a bit of graphic dialogue.”
more about Gregg Greenwood and his selections after the jump.
Vinditto turned me on to this book that looks back at the Manchester music scene from the 1970’s onward.
“The volume features iconic shots of bands such as Joy Division, The Fall, The Smiths, Happy Mondays, New Order, and Oasis. Also featured are interviews with Kevin’s former colleagues Paul Morley, Stuart Maconie and John Harris as well as Gavin Martin’s interviews with Johnny Marr, Peter Hook and Mark E. Smith.”
We slept on these but, damn they are f-ing cool. Dustin Cantrell’s mad creation is was a must have.
Lords of the Underground, Neva Faded, 1994
Amtrak needs to step up.
“Thalys, the European company providing TGV trains between Paris, Bruxelles and Amsterdam, decides to customize one of the trains, inviting SozyOne (Bruxelles), Jonone (Paris), Zedz (Amsterdam) y Seak (Cologne). It’s one of the really few times that graffiti artists are allowed (and paid) to burn metal, it happened yesterday at Gare du Nord, Paris.”