Some/Things Magazine just sent us the word on their first issue available this month.

SOME/THINGS MAGAZINE is bi-annual publication and its content is based on collaborations with artists/designer/musicians/personalities, etc.

Check out the site. It’s a challenge to navigate but, once you’re in, the work is worth it.

Snow White, Snow Black, Snow Mac


This is a really great use of vinyl on a MacBook.  Snow’s Revenge is available through Vinylville’s Etsy Store

via, notcot

Food in Real Life


This website reminds me of those ancient ‘Perception / Reality’ ads.  Great stuff.

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Lunchtime Laughter



Eikoh Hosoe is an amazing Japanese photographer who emerged out of the experimental arts movement of post-World War II Japan.

Image via here.

Another great shot after the jump.

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Im Halal, it’s like google for muslims

im-halal-muslim-search-engine is a muslim search engine, which means Lindsay Lohan has a Haram level of one. She is sort of maybe legally forbidden by Islamic law.


henry rollins is a white supremacist

Well, at least he plays one on TV. I had never heard of Sons of Anarchy until last night, it is a show about a biker gang that deals guns and what not. In addition to Henry playing a white supremacist, who moves into the bikers hometown to create some conflict, it stars Ron Perlman,and Katey Sagal. I set the DVR to see what’s what. The show premieres tonight on FX.

dunny 2009


Specially for collectors and fans, Kidrobot is pre-releasing their 2009 series of Dunny tomorrow, September 9th.

Check out their website for locations and details.

Morning Dose of Awesome

Remember these?  Bad Ass

Shepard Fairey Tuesday: Twitter for your Soupcan


Available this Wednesday through Iconoclast Editions is the third variation of Shepard Fairey’s soupcan.  While it is a great looking print, it’s rather odd and big brother that the only way you can get the print is by using a password, and that the password is only available through twitter or facebook.

Soup Can III, 2009
Hand printed silkscreen and pencil on manila acid free archival paper
20 x 16 inches
Edition of 200
Numbered and signed by the artist

More info here

Picture of the Day & the Weekly Round-Up


Patrick Griffin

This Week…

We learned how to rob an Apple Store

The Vilena Pose was interesting

We looked at Awesome Food Tattoos

The museum of Animal Perspectives wow’ed us


The recipe for BLOOD PIE

Blu gets big with bicycles


More at Unurth

Itty Bitty Titty Committee


Complex names their favorite Flat-Chested Females.

Sound Advice 16: Vinditto


We are pleased to present our 16th installment of Sound Advice featuring Vinditto. A Brooklyn-based design director and the “phantom third”  of TWBE, Vinditto seeks enlightenment through grids, type, kuro goma and the number four.

Sound Advice 16

01. Koi Ha Kami Yo No Mukashi Kara by Hatakeyama Midori
02. When the Kingdom Comes by Primal Scream
03. Police on My Back by The Equals
04. Black and White Town by Doves
05. Moscow by Orange Juice
06. Keep on Keepin’ On by Nolan Porter
07. Poison Flour by Dr Alimantado
08. Barbarism Begins at Home (7″ Version) by The Smiths
09. Lost in Music by The Fall
10. Seattle by Public Image Limited
11. Nobody’s Home To Go Home To by Billie Davis
12. Quiet Life by Japan
13. Cities in Dust by Siouxsie and the Banshees
14. Leave Me Alone by New Order
15. Friday Night, Saturday Morning by The Specials
16. ++ Rusubandenwa  ++


Artorialust: Thursday Night at Deitch

The Return of El Toro.

Budda Pears


Man, these are cool.

via, boingboing

Reminisce Over This

DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, Summertime, 1991

Say goodbye to Summer

An Interview with Charles Saatchi


Apparently he’s got a new book coming out called My Name is Charles Saatchi and I Am an Artoholic.

Read the interview here

via, fecalface

Spike Jonze’s Sonny Zine


Available now through Iconoclast, be quick.

Sonny, 2009
Softcover artist book
7 x 4 1/2 inches
Edition of 200


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