Public Enemy, Don’t Believe The Hype, 1988
This is so fucking cool, I need to go there. This video was shot by Jon Rawlinson with A Canon 5D. Amazing work!
Any ice cream that you have to read a liability waiver for before purchasing/sampling is some serious ish. Cold Sweat Ice Cream, say what?
I appreciate your innovation and introduction of new shoe designs. However, I only have two feet and so much money. You are making me think about forgoing a couple nights of drinking, just to get another new style. But drinking makes me relaxed, and I need that. Almost just like I need your shoes, relaxed feet are a key to happiness. Please don’t make me choose, it’s not fair to anybody.
via, high snobiety
Ray Caesar’s The Four Elements by Hobbs & Kent are available at Ex. Arte. I am not sure how we missed these but, they are very cool. Especially if you’re a fan. Here’s the brief….
“Women have always been the artist’s muse. It is thus fitting to view four of Ray Caesar’s iconic women to embody the universal characters of humanity as rooted in The Four Elements – Fire, Air, Earth and Water. The concept of the classical elements representing the realms of the cosmos wherein all things exist and whereof all things consist has proved extremely persistent in all cultures from antiquity to the present, influencing disciplines as widespread as medicine and astrology. It is a concept that will continue to make lasting impressions upon the human psyche, as do the women of Ray Caesar. After all, it is a little like looking at ourselves, but with all our fears and passions revealed.”
A bright spot on a dreary day.
Searched the term ‘munch’ this morning
This post is as much about Shepard Fairey as it is about STAGES 09. Seriously to the folks that put this on, from the gallery presentation and artists to the branding and internet presence, great job. What you’ve done is a model for what others should do. And on top of it all, an excellent cause.
Today you’re 29. Pony rides for everybody!
STAAAARTED IN DA BROOOOOONX- A term used for extreme emergencies during a low point in an argument or debate. A wild card term that trumps any rebuttal. The term is mutual, commonly known and never contested. This term is never to be used lightly. The atom bomb of comebacks!
100 pairs. That should keep you clicking for a while
GZA, Come Do Me, 1991
I was informed that we were in a competition called ‘Battle of the Blogs’. Very cool.