After a sultry little video teaser, a few leaked images and alot of hype from the interwebs, the highly anticipated King Magazine x Amber Rose Issue dropped a week ago. Not sure what we were expecting, but a little more BOOOOOOOOM would have been primo.
Previously featured installation artist Jakob Dwight dropped us a line regarding a new addition to the world international of publishing. Based in New York City,Â POP’AFRICANA bi-annual fashion and art publication dedicated to delivering proper view of contemporary Africa and quelling all misconceptions. Ikechukwu Onyewuenyi, the magsÂ Nigerian-born communications director, explains “it is our opportunity
Last year while in Detroit for the Movement Festival, mi hermanos Kai Alce, JT and I were invited to what we thought was a J.Dilla documentary viewing. Although it was a great body of work, it was hardly what we expcected. The whole movie was basically about an orchestra trying to learn play Dilla standards live. Like i said it was a cool movie. But while I’m in the D, any JD selections that hit my ear drums be
NSFW: Last year we ran a post about American Apparel head honcho, Dov Charney and his impending bankruptcy (read it here). The readers that were brave enough to make it all the way to the end and follow the surprise will understand why that’s one of the most active segments on this blog. Well, as we predicted AA is still at large and Don Dov Charney is slowly guiding his masses into a new era in hipster fashion
For readers of the new school, old school surfer David Carson is to typography + graphic design, What Grandmaster Flash is to deejaying and hip hop. During the early 90′s he changed the face of the layout, most noticeably as the art director for the contemporary alt-rock publication Ray Gun. January 2011 cover of “Little White Lies” Magazine “He took photography and type and manipulated and tw
(Warning if you suffer fromÂ photosensitive epileptic seizures please avoid this film) My first trip into the mind of Gasper Noe was the movie Irreversible. That being said, it was a very short trip indeed. It was the first time in my life that I had come across a scene in a movie that I just couldn’t handle. The crazy thing is that Argentinian-bornÂ French filmmaker intended for me to have that reaction.Â Ente