Depeche Mode’s Hole to Feed
Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Shimmy Shimmy Ya, 1995
You have to love it when creative people do really smart shit. For example, Sophie Blackall creates illustrations from Craigslist’s Missed Connections. Buy some of her works on etsy to support her further in creative endeavors.
And by best friend, I mean creature that I will introduce into children’s nightmares. I kid, sort of.
“A Cat Ba leopard gecko has a technicolor pattern along its body and was found on Cat Ba Island in northern Vietnam. Named Goniurosaurus catbaensis, it has large, orange-brown catlike eyes with long and thin legs, digits and claws.”
Stranger things have happened…We love supergroups but, this is more like a surreal group. Maybe that,s why it could work? Something about the spectacle of it all.
Dead cell phones, the formulaic scary movie plot twist. When all else fails, dead cellphones will do the trick. Watch this amazing compilation of scary movie, post cellphone age, using the excuse “no signal”.
Anybody who knows us, knows that our second headquarters is Baden Baden in Koreatown. After looking through NY Mag’s The Bucket List, we may have to stray from our comfort zone temporarily, to get some more of this city’s tasty fried chicken. Momofuku has got “the Old Bay–seasoned “southern style.” Say word, very loudly. See the entire list of delicious Fried Chicken here
If the economy is…. Well, you know what it’s doing… Then In God We Trust has made a deal. Our favorite tattooed Brooklyn designer, Shana Tabor is opening her 4th store, right in Greenpoint. In her words
“I could give you directions but can’t you just google that shit?
event sponsored by…HENDRICK’S GIN & BEAR FLAG WINE
we got enough booze for all yall & your buddies”
Flyer after the jump… [Read more]
Well, not really. But the amazing use of glass and space in this house designed by Kraus-Schoenberg Architects allows it to appear as if it is floating about the ground. For more info and photos go here
Oh Iron Mike, what weirdness happened to you when you were young, that makes you say these things?
In honor of the MoMA retrospective Spike Jonze: The First 80 Years, PopRally has invited producer and photographer Patrick O’Dell (of Epicly Later’d) to create a special compilation of seminal skateboard videos from the 1980s to today. Jonze, whose own contributions to the genre will be featured, notes that, “Skate videos have been a big influence and a big part of what I’ve done for a long time. They are how I got into film, actually.” This unique screening is followed by a conversation with legendary skateboarders and filmmakers, including Jonze, Lance Mountain, Greg Hunt, Jake Phelps, Ty Evans, and other surprise guests.
Afterward please join us upstairs for a special performance by NO AGE.
The program begins promptly at 7:30.
Special thanks to Nike SB, Altamont Apparel, LTD, and ACE HOTEL NEW YORK for their sponsorship of this event. Beer generously provided by Colt 45.
Guests of this event receive an exclusive limited-edition poster by Chris Johanson