Ohara Koson was a master print maker who lived in the Tokyo area in late 1800’s – 1945. Along with a few other masters of the field, Ohara played a large role in resurrecting the Shin-hanga print style from the 17th century. EXQUISITE CRAFTSMANSHIP.
Juxtapoz recently had a few great features on Psychedelic posters of the 60’s and 70’s – here is a sampling from the best of the the “Big 5” (Stanley Mouse, Alton Kelley, Victor Moscoso, Wes Wilson, & Rick Griffin) from the hub of it all: San Francisco. FAR OUT
Recently visiting the Sitzmark Club at the Alta Lodge in Little Cottonwood Canyon, I saw a legendary ‘Ski Utah’ poster from decades past. It inspired a search into vintage skiing posters. Below is a collection of some of the best ski posters from simpler times (& fictional :} ).
A bit late on the uptake of this film (it came out in September of 2013), but after watching the nude skiing segment last night at the Banff Film festival in SLC, I started looking into Valhalla by Sweetgrass Productions. Holy fuggin’ shiz. You just gotta friggin’ watch these trailers – this flick will certainly go down as one of the very finest in its field. The psychedelic cinematography, music selection, and spiritual storyline is simply sublime. Gawd Deh’yum. GOTTA […]
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Aaron Velásquez (the man behind Flamingosis) is a phenom of musical hybridization & creation. Creating other-worldy tracks by blending in beautiful & stylistic samples from yesteryear, with modern audio technology and beats (a la J. Dilla), Velàsquez’s work is something special. And he’s one generous sunnuvagun as well, gifting his new album for all to enjoy free of charge. Show Flamingosis some serious love and head over to his SoundCloud page as well as the Flamingosis website to keep up […]
Under 48 hours til the 22nd Winter Olympics!! To help grasp the history, check out these vintage posters, dating all the way back to the first ‘official’ games hosted in Chamonix back in 1924 (where the Biathlon used to be an event called ‘Military Patrol’! ). Via Juxtapoz. GET STOKEY