Unless you’re Paul Oakenfold, Carl Cox, or even Diplo for that matter, being a career DJ can suck sometimes. Long hours, less than reasonable pay and of course the cut throat, gig stealing haters. Well don’t stress. Here’s a little something to give you a one up.
The Kidult you love to hate is back and once again is sparing no establishment. After the Supreme job, the MoCA mission, and scraping the face off of a few other high end retailers, he’s going gully on Paris boutique, Kenzo. Once again he’s not tolerating the mainstream use of graffiti / street art culture for capital gain. The first part of the vid promos Kenzo’s new fragrance, Flower Tag. You can do the knowledge from there.
Seriously? KID, if you happen to read this, that whole concept is so tom coon buffoonik why bother? Unless this is an inside job to launch a new product with immediate controversy right out of the gate. But then that would mean you’re part of the establishment. Either way keep dropping these videos. The innanets loves you meng. [source: The Beast]
In the book section of every Walmart you can find freshly stocked copies of “The Great Big Mafia Encyclopedia”. National Geographic channel has been heavy on The Mexican, Russian and Israeli Mafioso for the last 10 years straight. [Read more...]
A couple of weeks ago I rolled into Miami on a Friday evening to produce a private event @ 10PM. Had to be on the road back to ATL by Sunday morning, so there was no time to waste. Caught the Puma Clyde Launch @ShoeGallery, From there headed to the Mandarin Hotel for the event, which ended way later than expected. Finally called it a wrap @ 4:30 am and headed back to the JW Marriot to cool out. @ 5:30 AM left Marriot, destination, Miami’s Design District.
APRIL 17â€“AUGUST 8, 2011 / THE GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY AT MOCA
The Museum of Contemporary Art presents Art in the Streets, the first major U.S. museum exhibition of the history of graffiti and street art. The exhibition will trace the development of graffiti and street art from the 1970s to the global movement it has become today, concentrating on key cities where a unique visual language or attitude has evolved. Following MOCAâ€™s presentation, the exhibition will travel to the Brooklyn Museum, where it will be on view March 30â€“July 8, 2012.
Art in the Streets will showcase installations by 50 of the most dynamic artists from the graffiti and street art community, including Fab 5 Freddy (New York), Lee QuiÃ±ones (New York), Futura (New York), Margaret Kilgallen (San Francisco), Swoon (New York), Shepard Fairey (Los Angeles), Os Gemeos (SÃ£o Paulo), and JR (Paris). MOCAâ€™s exhibition will emphasize Los Angelesâ€™s role in the evolution of graffiti and street art, with special sections dedicated to cholo graffiti and Dogtown skateboard culture. The exhibition will feature projects by influential local artists such as Craig R. Stecyk III, Chaz BojÃ³rquez, Dr. Dax, Mister Cartoon, RETNA, SABER, REVOK, and RISK. [Read more...]
You saw the trailer & the sneak peaks. Now you can check the full visual strategy and clandestine maneuvers Â from the 2000 x 12 equation. This is definitely the development to watch right now, and you’ll only be able to do so on 12oz Prophet. All goods are guaranteed exclusive. That concludes at limited, so get it in now [12oz Prophet]