For fans of Hip-Hop’s golden era and those lucky enough to get their hands on a cassette recording in the early-mid ’90s, or even better, those actually able to listen to Stretch and Bobbito live, this one’s for you. STRETCH AND BOBBITO: RADIO THAT CHANGED LIVES, an upcoming documentary about the best radio show in Hip-Hop history.
The one thing missing from a recent visit to Chihuly Gardens—the immense exhibition of Dale Chihuly’s glass sculptures under the towering Space Needle in Seattle—was a glass of wine to encourage some extra lingering amongst the artwork in the galleries. While the fragility of the space probably helped dictate this lack of vino, it was missed. There is something about sipping something excellent while seeing something exceptional that enhances an experience. Even when you’re on tipsy toes. Anyway, those wanting to celebrate Chihuly with a toast of great wine will have to wait no longer. To commemorate the 20th vintage of Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Artist Series, the Washington state winemaker worked with the artist to present his work on the label of their 2012 vintage, “a unique, collector’s wine that represents the highest quality and pedigree from Chateau Ste. Michelle.”
The price of the The Pilot House, a historically significant residence designed and built in 1948 by A. Quincy Jones, Whitney R. Smith and Edgardo Contini in Mt. Washington, Los Angeles. Created as an example of how well-designed homes could be built on steep hillside lots, the 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home is the perfect opportunity to curate your personal brand on a new architected level. It’s even got a bridge and what looks to be an outdoor lizard cage. Leisure life at its finest.
Up until last month, there were only 14 types of pentagons that could cover a surface with no gaps or overlaps. Now there are 15. Interior designers and mathematicians are ecstatic.
Banksy is allegedly up to his old stage tricks and preparing some type of spectacular in the English seaside resort town of Weston-super-Mare. Obviously, no details on the show have been confirmed, but if rumors are to be true, it will open this coming weekend.
Season in and season out, Supreme never disappoints in the randomness of the utilitarian goods they decide to rebrand. *Airhorn*
Mike Giant talks art and color blindness in the opening episode of the new season of The Creative Lives.
Scans by Dave Schubert from found photo negatives that he’s picked up over the past twenty years while digging through dead people’s stuff at garage sales, estate sales, and flea markets.