Organized Konfusion, Somehow Someway, 1997
A very cool new surfing publication from Europe that aims to inspire and inform your time out of the water.
MAD MEN meets Blaxploitation
The Paul & Shark Printed Yachting Bomber is equipped with a pretty serious interior iPhone pocket that’s lined with stainless steel.
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked DMOTE to share his favorite place to eat. DMOTE is a New York-based artist from Sydney, who led the Australian graffiti scene in the early 1990s. Continue reading for his answer.
Comedians on Psychedelics. Just makes you want to run to the safest place and ingest some DMT…
25 Grams is a feature that culls pictures from some of our favorite instagram feeds.
Todd Jordan is a New York-based photographer
He can be followed on instagram at @todd_jordan
Fast Forward to about 1:50
Every week Chris Black uses his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things you’re bound to find interesting
Why UPS Trucks Don’t Turn Left
— Chris Black / @donetodeath
Like a sand wedge from hell
Tom Knox in the 1991 Santa Cruz video ‘Troops of Tomorrow’
KATSU has always been at the forefront of pushing the limits of graffiti, and his latest project finally removes him physically from the act of painting, leaving the dirty work to the robots. By building out the hardware and developing the technology to allow a civilian drone to carry spray paint and in turn spray while flying, KATSU has made a graffiti drone. With the ability to get to spots previously inaccessible, the remote control vandal has opened up a new landscape for mark making. Now, not to be confined to limits of outdoor space, KATSU has—in true graffiti fashion—taken his new media tools of defacement indoors and created these 10 works now on display inside The Hole’s booth at the Silicon Valley Contemporary Art Fair.
Being a white guy in the 60′s & 70′s must have been awesome.
Without further ado…
Vape culture on the rise