JFK on the harsh words towards Pandora, but sometimes it’s important to discover music in other less commercialized ways- do I sound like an indie hipster douche? In any case, here is an extremely top drawer amalgamation of up-beat feel-gooder BREAKS. The image has many deep underlying meanings, but is mostly relevant because that falcon’s got some of the most bitchin’est headphones I’ve ever seen. BREAK IT ON DOWN.
Mondehz are not so easy- here are some nuggets of humor to help put a smirk on. BWEHNO SWEAR – TEH (-GEWD LUCK) Trick shot gone wrong – to see the whole youtube clip go here (redemption ensues) Don’t Pay any attention to the ads below here Basura
Yet another week of churning, burning and turning of the world. Here are some of the more impactful (and distressing) shots from New York Times LENS since last Sunday. Make sure to meditate & send thoughts to Ukraine. PROMPTS
Andrea Pramuk utilizes alcohol inks, mica powders, watercolors, wax, and oil to spectacular effect on a Claybord ‘canvas’ (which is an incredible medium that has many applications). Affected by the Gulf of Mexico Oil spill, Pramuk was inspired to transfer her experience and thoughts into an art form – discovering the perfect pairing in abstract ink and watercolor washes on Claybord. Very nice work.
Reuben Wu’s photographic portfolio is stunning. Surreal, hyper-chromatic, and highly evocative, Wu’s work stands alone amongst his contemporaries. As if his photographic repertoire wasn’t enough, Reuben also is a world-renowned DJ & produces the musical tracks for the duo Ladytron (below the gallery you’ll find a Ladytron track to sample). Such associations have enabled him to travel and gain opportunity to photograph some of the remote areas he has documented. His work in the Arctic North archipelago Svalbard (the northern […]
Although quite staunchly a dissident of materialism, one can’t help but see the beauty of design in these accoutrements of home furnishing. Granted, that ping-pong table is a bit ridiculous. DIY?