Yo, I’ll vouch for Johnny Fuckin’ Polygon and his music. That’s all. Enjoy, bitch.
A trailer for an album?? Okay. Either way, I can’t wait for this album.Read More
Across New York, there are USB drives embedded in walls, buildings and curbs. The idea is to create an anonymous, offline file-sharing network in public space!! The drives are completely public and anyone can plug in to drop and download files.
Seriously, you can plug the USB drive into your laptop. Like that guy in the pic down there. It’s part of an art project called “Dead Drops” by Aram Bartholl and I have to say, it’s one of those things that’s so awesome I hate myself for not thinking of it! If I were to find a random USB sticking out of anything and I mean ANYTHING, I would run to it with my laptop like Charlie ran home when he found the last golden ticket! Hey assholes, no viruses, please.
#fact! Haha! Oh, and, 50th post. Okay, bye.Read More
A short time lapse documenting the preproduction and set up of Augustine Kofie’s first solo art show in San Francisco, California at White Walls Gallery. All documented days before the public opening on October 9, 2010. Includes documentation of both the mural as well as the found object installation.
Jon Naar was one of the first photographers to document the early days of New York City graffiti in the 1970′s. The photos were first published in his legendary book entitled “Faith Of Graffiti”, complete with a forward from Norman Mailer.Read More