The Room from ROOM in a Room


Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to work on an ambitious project where we installed the 10′ x 10′ set from Lenny Abrahamson’s film ‘ROOM‘ into a secretive gallery setting in a mall on the west side of Los Angeles. Originally intended on being closed to the public, this Saturday (11/21), A24 will be opening up the space for attendees of the 2:10pm screening of ROOM at the Landmark Theatres. If you’ve had the inkling to see this outstanding film, I’d recommend heading to this enhanced experience as it really puts the filmmaking and tight quarters into perspective.

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Every week Chris Black uses his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things that you’re bound to find interesting


From Lou Reed to David Byrne: Meet The Man Responsible For Music’s Most Memorable Album Artwork

When big companies act local

Book and Bed

The Past and Future of Magnetic Poetry, the Populist Product that Began With a Sneeze

Why Rdio Died

The Rise of the Designer City Guide

What Are Those Dark-Green Mailboxes That Don’t Accept Mail?

The current state of the skater / security guard relationship

Dumb Hicks Are America’s Greatest Threat

The Miss Juggalette Beauty Pageant

Here is a Deeply Insane DIY Chinese Tupac Biopic


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Friday’s Vault

Jef Hartsel in World Industries’ Rubbish Heap, 1989



Matt Groening – “The Evolution of My Cartoon Career”, 1984

All The Racist Koalas

Kevin Hart takes on the nature in Australia.

Son of Concorde


New York to London in three hours, and Los Angeles to Tokyo in six.

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Big Mother Is Watching You


The Telepresence Parental Robot, also known as the worst robot ever.

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Art Across America



Notable openings this week in NYC and Los Angeles.
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Because It’s Just Early Enough to Start Thinking About Leftover Turkey Sandwiches


Empire Mayonnaise’s new limited edition Holiday Stuffing flavor is a present to all involved in the post-Holiday-meal carnage.

Who Better to Save the Arctic Than A Couple of Celebrities?

Alexander Skarsgård and Jack McBrayer head north with Greenpeace.

Marilhéa Peillard is…


Wednesday’s Muse
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Popped on Full Screen, Enhanced by Dabs

The commercial 1980s.

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