Archive for graffiti

So many mashups and whatever

Awkwafina “My Vag” (Official Music Video) NSFW
Lenlow – Chocolate Cake Revisited
Carly Rae Jepsen & The Cure “Close To Me Maybe” (DJ Reset Mash-Up)
George Michael vs The Cure – Close To Faith (FTech Mashup)
RFK Stadium Crowd Scene – June 12, 1989
Stare at Shannon – Episode 17 – Hot Car Edition
Nutella Priestess
Nosego murals
Philadelphia Pickup Truck Expo 2014


Consider technology

Technological Austerity Manifesto
How to Lose Your Religion in 5 Easy Steps
Graffiti: 40 Years of Hacking New York City
When does a dream become a nightmare?
Del Rubio Triplets: Duchamp Found Pop Culture Object Theater
4’33″ App for iPhone
My Gay Banjo
Boognish Rising, a Ween documentary
Things That Are Cheaper Than WhatsApp


Year-End-Type-Things And The Usual Nonsense

60 Great Albums You Probably Haven’t Heard
SubNav DJ mixes
Awesome Tapes from Africa
The Pizza Underground with Mac Culkin
Maximalism – Songs About Pizza
arch8 – my true north (modern dance)
She Hates My Futon, a novella
Rejection Line
Field Guide to Imaginary Beings
A Peek Into the Home Life of Cosplay Enthusiasts
Sam Sandler, America’s premier Deaf magician
Global Village Construction Set
Philly’s Top 10 Street Art Moments of 2013
Graffiti Hunters


Smart Fools: Smart Crew X Fool’s Gold

This video is straight dope. Smart Crew and Fool’s Gold come together to promote an upcoming group exhibition. And it shows why Smart Crew is one the illest running Nyc. As hilarious as the video is exposing their sticker bombing tactics, it would also help explain how the manage to stay so up. Must watch.

“Smart Fools” opens tomorrow (Thursday, 12/12) at the Fool’s Gold store on 536 Metropolitan Avenue in Brooklyn with an opening reception from 7-9pm.


Listen and Repeat

Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness
A Night in November
Listen and repeat: An art installation to show that somebody is listening.
Bjork takes apart a TV.
Behold the Trailer for Foodies, the Documentary
New York’s Most Unique Restaurants
Trash Can Blog
Why Cheap Art Manifesto
Stare at Shannon – Episode 13 – Service Hot Guy
the subconscious art of graffiti removal (excerpt)
Reimagining Philadelphia’s vacant spaces
Decorative Details Disguise Boarded-Up Houses


Artists We Dig: GoddoG

Hailing out of France comes a young artist (Flickr profile reads: “Young artist // no kids, no dog but a pretty woman, and a beautiful home”) armed with a fierce arsenal of geometric shapes and color. While most of his creations are living large, literally, on walls of buildings he also has the uncanny ability to transform them into prints that look dope framed on the wall of a living room. As many of us know, this transition doesn’t always translate very well with a lot of graffiti/muralist artists whose work only feels really right when it’s in a very specific urban environment. He’s got a little Doze Green, a little Kid Acne, a little Roa, and a whole bunch of his own style. If you’re digging any of these by any means you need to check out his Flickr (where all these photos are from) for a lot more, here.


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F A L L I N G // 2 1 3 GreMs - GoddoG

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(All photos from GoddoG’s Flickr)