I’ve been a big fan of their clothing for a quite a while now, so I was more than excited to collaborate on a couple shirts with Kane and Unke. We pulled a couple pieces from my show last spring and I think they translate pretty well. Watch out for them to drop soon.
You may or may not know that around the corner from you is an entire league of adults gearing up at least once a week to play some serious dodgeball. You can’t imagine how much fun it is until you check it out for yourself. Find a league near you by checking out their website […]
MakerBot just unveiled their new 3D printer model with a bigger print surface and the ability to print two colors at the same time. At $2,000 it’s not quite in everyones price range but if you’ve got the cabbage, how awesome would it be to have this new toy on your desktop?
I don’t know if I’ve had more fun at a show than when seeing ‘the greatest band of all time‘. How can you not love a stage full of heroes in full military gear blasting Arnold Schwarzenegger-themed metal into your earballs.
When I read Black Metal One I fell in love with its originality and awesomeness. Chuck BB is an amazing artist and the dark Norse mythology/childhood adventure story makes for a ridiculously fun read. As of a few months ago, part 2 was in my hands and it’s just as good.
The Adam Carolla Show just recently broke the Guiness World Record for Most Downloaded Podcast. I’m a huge fan. It’s free and it keeps me entertained for a couple hours every day while I work.
Two of the nicest dudes I’ve ever met own and design the ridiculously cool clothing line, Kane & Unke. It’s pretty much all I have in my closet. They used to be sold exclusively at Metropark, but have recently fired up their own online store which I’m told will be up and running around July.
Heroes & Villains is the brainchild of photographers, Tatiana Wills and Roman Cho. For the past six years, they’ve been hopping around taking pictures of up-and-coming as well as established artists with the goal of capturing the personality of each artist in their portraits. Every photo is unique and beautiful and It’s nice to see the faces behind the canvases.
I came across We Were Promised Jetpacks a couple years ago on satellite radio when I was driving from New York to Los Angeles with a friend. I grabbed the album (These Four Walls) when I got home and I’ve been hooked ever since. I can listen to their song, Keeping Warm [listen below], on a loop all day.
Kent Williams is one of my favorite artists and his new show at Merry Karnkowsky in Los Angeles does not disappoint. He’s ballsy as hell with his brushwork and the movement and color and textures all blow me away.
I literally get sick to my stomach with jealousy every time I see a new Jeremy Geddes painting. The level of detail and mood that he is able to create with each piece is insane and somehow they just keep getting better and better.