Interacted All The Way To The End

Saved by the Bell: The Interactive 8-Bit YouTube Game by The Fine Bros.

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The Nike Swoosh Was Designed for $35 back in 1971

Steven Heller has a look through a Dept. of Nike Archives publication celebrating the 40-year anniversary of the logo designed by Carolyn Davidson

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Morning Dose of LA Light

Friday’s Vault

Tommy Guerrero in Future Primitive

Picture of the Day

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“You Have To Dig Down To Get The Good Stuff”

Eatin’ Dirt in the South.

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Guinness Ice Cream

I made this stout ice cream with Guinness last weekend. The fact that I ate a quart of it in less than two days should answer any questions about whether it’s good or not.

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Typography Polaroids

Flickr set of mostly hand-painted signs across the United States. Found on Expresh, my favorite letter-obsessed blog.

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Up All Night

Judas Priest, Breaking the Law

Tonight.

Summer Group Exhibition 2011 at Joshua Liner Gallery

Cameron Gray, Chloe Early, Damon Soule, Dave Kinsey, David Ellis, Evan Hecox, Evelyn Rydz, Greg Lamarche, Herbert Baglione, Oliver Vernon, Pema Rinzin, Ryan McLennan, Shawn Barber, Stephen Powers, Tiffany Bozic, Tomokazu Matsuyama and Tony Curanaj.

Reminisce Over This

Geto Boys, Damn It Feels Good To Be A Gangster, 1991

“showing off expensive clothing in a low-key way”

An informative interview done by Vintage Gear Addicts with Ian Hough on the Football Casual subculture.

“The casual subculture began in the late 1970s after Liverpool F.C. fans introduced the rest of England to European fashions that they acquired while following Liverpool at their 1977 European Cup quarter final against the French side St Etienne. These Liverpool fans arrived back in England with expensive Italian and French designer sportswear, most of which they looted from stores. The fans brought back many unique clothing brands that had not been seen in the country before. Soon other fans were clamoring for these rare items of clothing, such as Lacoste or sergio Tacchini shirts, and unusual Adidas trainers, which are still associated with Liverpool supporters today. At the time, many police forces were still on the lookout for skinhead fans wearing Dr. martens boots, and paid no attention to fans in expensive designer clothing.”

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