The newest series of Dunny was released on 01/22. The UK inspired series hand picked some of the UK’s best designers and artists to create the series. Collaborators include Clutter, Doktor A, Frames, HiCalorie x Julie West, ilovedust, Jon Burgerman, Keanan Duffty, McFaul, Mimic, Peskimo, Shok 1, Tado, Triclops and UAMOU.
Check them out here.
A Japanese company PedalMafia has gone to the extreme and created miniature fixed gear bikes. First it was the skateboards now it’s bikes. I predict all our fixed gear friends will be out there wearing these things from their necklaces and hanging out at the fixed gear bar on Grand st, practicing their Quicksilver moves.
There is a direct 11:55 am ($287.00) flight on American Airlines, leaving from JFK and arriving at Montego Bay, Jamaica at 3:55pm. From here, arrange for a car that will take you pleasantly along the 2 1/2 hour drive to Jakes at Treasure Beach. While the length of the journey may be a deterrent, you’ll wake up tomorow in secluded paradise. And since you won’t be flying back until Saturday, you’re in no rush to do anything at all.
The future, primitive: party pictures in the form of animated GIFs. This lot are definitely on to something. We’re eagerly awaiting the inevitable Facehuntorialist.
Not to be missed if you find yourself in Los Angeles this Saturday.
15 Years of New Image Art
Saturday, Jan. 24, 7-11pm
7910 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Special Live Performance by No Age
Ed Templeton, Barry McGee, Clare Rojas, Deanna Templeton, Jo Jackson, Chris Johanson, Thomas Campbell, Judith Supine, Eddie Martinez, The Uncomfortable Jams, Rich Jacobs and Move, Tauba Auerbach, Chris Lindig, Shepard Fairey, Cleon Peterson, Cheryl Dunn, Geoff McFetridge, Jim Houser, Rebecca Westcott, Jeff Soto, Matt Leines, Swoon, Faile, David Ellis, Bast, Aiko, Date Farmers, Leigh LeDare, Os Gemeos, Neckface, Kelsey Brookes, Megan Whitmarsh, Misaki Kawai, Taylor McKimens, Anthony Lister, Skullphone, Caroline Hwang, Suzannah Sinclair, Clayton Brothers, Christopher Garrett, Sean Cassidy, Liz Young, Cody Hudson, Karen Finley, Johanna Went, Various and Gold, Shay Nowick, Antonio Diaz, Christopher Garrett, Tony Cox and Rich Jacobs.
Gene P here with a lesson for all you boogie boardin’ barneys and blowhards: DON’T FUCK WIT DA HUI! To celebrate the NY Times’ recent article on localism on the North Shore, I present to you, gentle viewers with a little taste of the action. This dramatic footage documents what has to be the worst day of this poor kid’s life so far. J.O.J. from dirty Jersey, homeboy barely makes it out to the lineup before he gets pummeled in the water and on the sand by a bunch of redneck Hawaiians. Even worse there’s a pack of toothless Aussies wearing cut-off t’s and cocked mesh hats to heckle him. Oh the humanity, should’ve stayed at Casino Pier bro……
KRS-One, Step into a World (Rapture’s Delight), 1997
The January issue of the British GQ featured a exposé on Trunk Archive, a photo Agency that dug into the vaults to resurrect a catalogue of rare and unseen treats. Featuring Kate Moss, Catherine McNeil, Anne Marie Candijk, Jan Welters, Greg Kadel, Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, Tesh and so many more. Enjoy. BTW if you’re looking for great photos, check out Trunk.
Our friends over at Defgrip recently put together a nice Q&A with Boogie, who happens to be one of our favorite photographers.
This guys work is real nice.
TV Party’s own Glenn O’Brien made his way into Adam Kimmel’s Fall 2009 Lookbook. Posing alongside current downtown folk A-Ron, Ryan McGinley, Dan Colen, Nate Lowman etc., O’Brien seems a better fit than say…David Blaine? As far as the clothes go, they look realistic and wearable.
Birds of Britain.