A brilliant lapel pin by Black Lodges

Weronika Hetnar is…


Wednesday’s Muse

{note: boobs}

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Growing Out of Graffiti

Keegan Gibbs visits REVOK’s studio as he prepares work for his upcoming show this Friday in Los Angeles.

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There’s Money in Them Memes


Copyrighting trollface

Pass the Bone


Good Worth’s roach clip lends a helping hand.

photo by @saucemang

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Super Troopers Boot Camp

$3,371,378 and counting…

Monday by Brown Cardigan

Because this is when you need the internet the most.*

*Even if it’s Tuesday

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5 Deadly Venoms of Brooklyn


Released by Tape Kingz in 1997, 5 Deadly Venoms of Brooklyn is a joint collaboration between DJ’s P.F. Cuttin’, Mister Cee, Tony Touch, Premier and Evil Dee.

20.8-megapixels of Quality Control


The Nikon 1 J5

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Consistently Creating Want


New Balance’s new 998 “Connoisseur Summer”, should just be renamed “Consumer Summers” since the beginning of outdoor sneaker season is now in sight.

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Small Galleries in Strange Places

The Mission Art Scene in the ’90s

Monumenting the Monument



Ft. Greene gets another white person… in the form of this brilliant bust of Edward Snowden installed at the Prison Ship Martyrs Monument.

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A Little Sunny Help For the Lemonade Stand

NO ONE IS THIRSTY by Matt Lenski

Around the World in 7 Clicks



Wrestling season has started in Senegal

David Lynch went to twitter yesterday to confirm he be a part of the sequel to Twin Peaks

Everything that you’ve ever wanted to know about Undersea cables

Inside the $1 billion business of happy-endings

A look at life in Iran before the Islamic Revolution

Earth’s overpopulation and overconsumption… in pictures


The planet is getting greener



Don’t Get 2 Close (2 My Robot Fantasy)

Selections from Hajime Sorayama’s print show at FIFTY24SF.

What To Drink This Weekend


Courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service’s brilliant 1974 Cocktail Construction Chart.

Nu Liife


by Andrew Jeffrey Wright / @ajw4ever

Here’s a Guy Who Ate Some Acid with Steve Jobs


Linked Out


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
Why Do Game Shows Use Actors as Contestants?

How to Sell Bottled Water to Thirsty Bros

The Sounds of Hollywood

Why We Love Comfort Food

A guide to some of the most weird and wonderful music merchandise

Around The World In Offensive Gestures

Where Do Hotels Buy Their Art?

Why We Travel, from “Traveller’s Pocket Reference,” 1932

It Was ‘The Greatest Game Nobody Ever Saw’

LA’s Longest-Standing Bartender Has 86′d More Celebrities Than You


— Chris Black / @donetodeath

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