Not as random as usual since I searched the phrase ‘laser tag.’ It was worth it.
Apparently, after some sandblasting and the application of anti-graffiti coating, Studio Number One is becoming a buff spot.
Shepard Fairey was quoted through an email saying…
“When graff seeped into the raw brick it was very difficult to clean, the building is historic and I love and want to protect the brick. The city was never any help with removal. Graffiti is par for the course.”
Well, it is a nice looking building.
via, The Eastsider LA
Check out Sienna Miller in the September issue of British GQ. They also have a video of her rolling around in the Grass, if you’re into that sort of stuff. BTW, am I the only one who did not know she was in G.I. Joe?
Five long years ago in the Summer of 2004, Jason Oliver Goodman went out on his bike and documented girls in New York City and their bicycles. In this project he took photographs of Swoon, Claw, Aiko, and Monica Canilao, at a time before they were fully introduced to the internet and popular culture. A book, published in 2008 by Partners & Spade was the concrete result of his efforts and is definitely worth a purchase for bike and girls on bikes enthusiasts. You can find out more information from Goodman’s website and a sampling of the artists (plus a few treats) above.
The Roots, What They Do, 1996
This silkscreen of NECK FACE by Albert Reyes made us laugh. It’s on a book cover, so spend $50 and get knowledgable.
A year-long timelapse of a baby.
Rick Roll and Nirvana, check it.
via, the DW