Ft. Greene, Brooklyn
Ft. Greene, Brooklyn
A Tribe Called Quest, I Left My Wallet in El Segundo, 1990
Well they had to cancel some shows because of the cancer in MCA’s mooooouth, but they were able to deliver on the new single featuring Nas. Check it out on itunes.
This is a very interesting tilt shift stop motion video of Amsterdam. After watching this I realize how much I miss that city! Created by Nalden
A site where you can get a random picture of a girl in panties. Who came up with that idea? Sounds like another book deal is on its way. It’s kind of NSFW
We just got the low down on a blood party at Comic-Con. All the info after the jump.
“How you gonna kick a brother out of a place called Seoul?”
A very fun game to play Tyson or Ali, who said it. Great quotes from the fighters!
I love it when Central Park is described as an “undeveloped parcel of land.” Truly romantic. I think we just need more seaplanes. They’re so cool.
“The Manhattan Airport Foundation is a land-use constituency committed to the immediate development of a viable and centrally-located international air transportation hub in New York City for the benefit of all New Yorkers.”
We hung out outside for too long when the exhibition was in New York, and before we knew it, it was over. Don’t miss your chance to see the Vice Magazine photo exhibit when it opens in Los Angeles at the Scion Installation Space this July 25th. Sponsored by Scion
Dan Meth’s My Influences
I think I was stuck in a tumblr loop. If you can find the photographer, please let us know.
Our friend Kenzo Digital has put together a new version of his trailer for City of God’s Son. He will be having listening sessions all over the world in the next couple months, so stay tuned for that. Check this recent interview with him on Creative Commons and go to City of God’s Son website for more info.
We first saw this as a painting in Marion Peck’s Ladies and clowns exhibit at Sloan Fine Art this past Spring. Now in a smart move, the artist an gallery have teamed to up release of giclee version of the piece in a tight edition of 40. For more info contact Sloan Fine Art
Public Enemy, Don’t Believe The Hype, 1988