Establishing air rights in the name of fun
Things You Can’t Do When You’re Not a Toddler
A quick flip through some of the 88 pages in The Best of The Internet K-Hole Volume 3, published by Hamburger Eyes.
The Greatest Double Agent in History by Alex Mayyasi
For his valor during World War II, Juan Pujol Garcia received awards from both Adolf Hitler and King George VI.
The Sale of Manhattan, a 1962 animated short directed by Fred Crippen that features artwork by Saul Bass & Art Goodman.
For our series, “FlashUs,” we ask some of our favorite tattoo artists to create a design based on a classic theme—naked ladies. This week, Tamara Santibanez sent us the above. Tamara tattoos out of Saved Tattoo in Brooklyn, and you can follow her here. (She also has some great prints available here.)
—Zio / @zioxla
Iconic Houses by Matteo Muci
N.O.R.E. ft. Big Pun, Cam’ron, Jadakiss, Styles P & Nature, Banned from TV, 1998
Thanks to J Dilla’s mother Maureen Yancey, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture is getting a trove the late musician’s artifacts, including Dilla’s MIDI, and custom-made moog Voyager synthesizer. The donations will be on view in 2016.
Basement Jaxx adds a sexy robotic storyline to their video for “Never Say Never” and in turn you’re forced to listen to some clubby disco-house for close to 6 minutes.