Public Enemy, By The Time I Get To Arizona, 1991
Every single death in a Tarantino movie accompanied by The Delfonic’s “Didn’t I (Blow your mind this time)”
Andreas Gursky’s large format racetrack landscape Bahrain I, 2005. Part of the MoMA’s collection and now available for yours.
The Original Nomad Collapsible Tub sets up in 20 minutes and reaches a water temperature of 100º in about an hour. Just enough time to get a little groovy and ready for relaxing in the wild.
David Chang talks about almost cutting part of his finger off during his first and biggest failure in the kitchen. Just goes to show that everyone has to start somewhere.
Rodman is a boob man
Should You Fear the Pizzly Bear? by Moises Velasquez-Manoff
As climate change alters habitats, once-disparate animals are shacking up, creating hybrids that challenge our notion of what it means to be a species.
Directed by CoolReve
‘Yarn bomber’ turned underwater activist, Olek, is wanted by Mexican environmental authorities after she crocheted over sculptures at the environmentally protected Cancun Underwater Museum, resulting in the possible deaths of marine life growing on the subaqueous works of art. While Olek explained that her stunt was performed “to bring awareness to the state of the world’s oceans and promote the preservation of #marinelife” she herself became part of the problem. As noted by the museum director “believe it or not, there is a lot of marine life growing, incrusted in the sculpture, and we gather that this has killed it.”
The potential date for the end of humanity, when Asteroid 1950 DA could possibly collide with the earth. Given that this is
867 866 years away, and the chance of strike is only .3 %, you shouldn’t really worry much about it unless you’re a vampire. In which case, sorry dude. You better hope the scientists working on a solution can sprinkle some sparkly dust around the asteroid to let your biggest enemy, the sun, push the doom rock off its trajectory.
How do you know you exist? A mind-boggling tribute to René Descartes’s “Meditations on First Philosophy.”
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Nick Thomm to share his favorite place to eat. Nick is an artist, designer and director who lives and works between New York and Melbourne.
“In NYC, my favorite spot is Yakinuku West in East Village. It’s this rad Japanese BBQ place, and the Dinner Set is the deal. Inside it has traditional seating on the floor. Perfect spot to hang/get drunk with friends.
A mother goes to the gathering of the juggalos to see if she should allow her 16-year old son to attend.
25 Grams is a feature that culls pictures from some of our favorite instagram feeds.
Blaise Cepis is a photographer living and working in New York City.
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