kate moss thursdays


More Kate Moss for David Yurman

Picture of the Day


Cali Dewitt

Nah, President

Well, this opens it up entirely.

Shepard Fairey x Clear Channel


Perfectly sized billboards have begun to appear in Boston, wonder what the story behind these is?  More after the jump.

photos by Hargo
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Barack Obama & The Philadelphia Phillies


With the baseball season beginning again, here is a little nostalgia in t-shirt form by Andrew Jeffrey Wright and Thom Lessner for the two Fall Classics.

Available here

Reminisce Over This

Nas, One Love. 1994

Kanye and the Evolution


I kept thinking to myself, where have I seen this?

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classic black vans


First off, these are on my short list.

Classic Slip On, limited Syndicate line release by Gabe Morford.  Matte black synthetic Ceraprene® on toe box (from the Ballistic Sk8-Hi’s of spring 2006), An extra feature for this release is the “stiff-plate” that’s been lined between the soles. Comfy innersole closest to the foot of course and Dri Lex® moisture wicking inside! For more shots and details check it out via: here.

Eazy E like sunday morning


According to Too Cool To Die, Black Nasty is

the most funny, sick, offensive rappers out there—imagine—a thirty something refugee from 1991, replete with acid wash jeans, handling numchucks, outside your local 7-11, blasting NWA and Guns’n’Roses, testing out some of gangster raps on passerbys inbetween hits on the crack pipe.”

This is a good album cover ! Eazy is a tribute song to rap hero Eazy-E from NWA, with Bonnie Prince Billy singing out the samples from Commodores ‘Easy Like Sunday Morning’.

Take a listen below to Easy

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unemployed people now a bigger threat to the government than Al Qaida?


WASHINGTON (AFP) — The economic crisis is now the top US security concern with a prolonged downturn raising the worldwide risk of “regime-threatening instability,” the US intelligence supremo warned. Read More here.

Animalania at Fuse Gallery


Animalania is a show curated by Aliya Naumoff, featuring artists who have a love of animals.

These guys are in the show

Andy Kehoe, Ricky Powell, Dennis Mcnett, Nick Zinner, Kenzo Minami, Danielle Levitt, Tim Barber, Adam Wallacavage, Jeaneen Lund, Gordon Hull, AJ Fosik, Kenneth Cappello, Spike Jonze, Meryl Smith, Kristen Schaal, Hisham Bharoocha, Benjamin Bertocci, Scott Campbell, Derek Watson, Karen O, Robin Schwartz, and Ryan McGinley.

and its opening is tonight at Fuse Gallery from 7 – 10pm.

more information here

photograph by Tim Barber

Lunchtime Laughter


Allen Grubesic

Red Rag to a Bull


Red Rag To A Bull is a “public service site funded by a cartell of rich and powerfull light industrialists who wish to remain annonymous.”

Turns out those wishing to remain anonymous include Jamie Reid, James Cauty, and Billy Childish and one of their purposes is to raise the £200 for Cartrain, a 16 year old artist who Damien Hirst demanded money from for using his diamond skull in a print. Another is‘as “a creative exercise that mocked and exposed the idiocy an overbearing and thoughtless approach to copyright control that creates fear and censorship in the arts.”

The shop shuts down today, but have a look anyway.

via, Art Observed

Marcel Dzama gets animated for a new NASA video

Wednesday’s Muse


Matira, photographed by Laurence Geonoun.

Picture of the day


Yesterday was President’s Day. American pride.


Animal Collective’s potential chart topper


Animal Collective’s latest album, Merriweather Post Pavillion, has been getting a tremendous amount of play in my walkman (iPOD, iPhone, whatever).  The first time I listened, I thought I should take some ecstasy.  The second time I listened, I took some ecstasy (that’s a lie, I don’t know where to find any. Faded counts right?).  The third time and continuing to the present, I have concluded that this is a perfect album for sober and demented ears alike.  One song, Bluish, has stuck out to me since it is seriously the most Billboard friendly song on the album.  Not that that is a bad thing, the song is just that awesome.  I can only imagine the advertisers and brands (MTV’s hills/city, Teen Vogue, Revlon/haircare/womanly goods) clamoring to get usage rights for it.  Anyway, if you haven’t heard it, now you can.  Go buy the album.

Animal Collective, Bluish

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A sociological perspective on graffiti


Gregory J. Snyder writes in his newly published book, Graffiti Lives: Beyond the Tag in New York’s Urban Underground

“In its purest form, graffiti is a democratic art form that revels in the American Dream.”

Buy the book here

NY Times has a nice write-up on it here.

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