MOOOOLS, a brilliant short film by Shaka King.
Every week Chris Black uses his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things that you’re bound to find interesting
— Chris Black / @donetodeath
Tom Knox in Santa Cruz’s Troops of Tomorrow
A look through what’s popping this weekend in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
New Music: Danny Brown, Makthaverskan, Women, Action Bronson, Death, feedtime, Dirty Few, Cannibal Ox, Rhymesayers 20
“Old/New” is a story narrated by Patton Oswalt about a man obsessed with novelty.
Sex News Because People Like Sex News
and finally / unfortunately
A look through last weekend’s Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair.
Rusty Fred, owner of the Atlanta barbershop A-1 Kutz will give a kid an old man haircut free of charge if their parent brings them in for misbehaving. He calls it “the Benjamin Button.”
Designed by Chester Jenkins for the Smithsonian’s Design Museum, Cooper Hewitt is “a contemporary sans serif, with characters composed of modified-geometric curves and arches.” And best of all, it’s yours to download.
Manuel Cisneros is an artist working and living on the beach in Ventura, California.
Film by Ross Harris.
Dashcam video of the TransAsia plane crash
A look at people and the outfits they wear to art openings in New York City.
Photographs by Christos Katsiaouni
Location: Outsider Art Fair (1/29/2015)
Our buddy Eddie Huang’s new show “Fresh Off The Boat” debuts tomorrow on ABC. This phenomenal NY Times profile dropped today.
The brilliance over at Fallon Tonight cuts the network anchor’s reports into Snoop Dogg’s classic “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?”
“Yes, I am vain and want to remain youthful. My strategy is more natural than Botox and more effective than any expensive beauty cream or facial.”
This lady in England hasn’t smiled in 40 years because she doesn’t want to get wrinkles. She must laugh through her teeth.