Artist Eats: Claw Money


For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Claw Money to share her favorite place to eat. Claw is a New York-based graffiti writer known for her iconic claw tag, and a fashion designer who outfits some of the most stylish celebs.

Continue reading for her answer.

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Lunchtime Laughter

Louis CK on Evolution in a Live at the Beacon Theater outtake

A Kids’ Book Gift Guide by Dallas Clayton

When TWBE asked me to put together a holiday kids’ gift guide I was a little bit torn, after all the idea of me having to let you know what kinds of gifts to buy a kid is kind of defeating. But then I thought about all of those of you out there who know kids, but don’t have kids and maybe aren’t sure what to get for kids that will make them happy but also not freak their parents out. How do you climb that slippery slope? Answer: Books. Any time you can give a parent books they will be happy. Sure the kid would probably rather have a remote controlled helicopter but that’s what Santa is for. Besides, chances are that helicopter will be broken within the month, a good book can inspire kids forever. So, here are ten books that I think make great gifts for the holidays or any time.

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Inside a Secret CIA Prison in Romania

Get interactive here and read here

via, theawl

Have You Always Wanted To Get That Surfer Body, But Are Afraid of the Water?

Fret no more now thanks to the RipSurferX… Work out like a surfer in the gym or at home. *Custom Wave backdrop not included

via, the scuttlefish

Check Out That Flag Art!

Iranian Military Graphic Designers are really outdoing themselves these days.

Apparently Iran got one of our drones last weekend.

see the first drones here

via, boingboing

Morning Dose of A Wonderful World

David Attenborough

via, CR

Friday’s Vault

Salman Agah, Chet Thomas, Steve Saiz, Erike Sanederson, and Albert Montez in Propaganda

Picture of the Day

Loretta Lux, “Siegfried”

Tokyo Tattoo 1970

Martha Cooper has a new book out with Dokument Press and a corresponding show opening Friday night (12/9) at Urban Folk Art in Brooklyn. Featuring previously unpublished photographs from her early days in Japan, the works document Japanese tattooing (irezumi) and the artist Horibun I at work.

photos via, martha cooper / 12oz

Up All Night

The Beatles, I am the Walrus

More or Less

The Evolution of Dance since the ’70s

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