Thursday, December 31, 2009

Fall 2008

Some photoshop projects of mine I just came across from last year. I wish I had a better grip of the program... if anyone's down to teach me a few lessons in photoshop and or illustrator it would most certainly make my day.


Estoy Enfermo

Feeling a bit under the weather like I got hit by a bus and on a rainy day... I'm pretty sure I know what I got sick from too, must have been that "Valley Water." HAHA not really but it was most definitely that day. Any way I just took some medicine to reduce my fever... hopefully I start feeling better soon.

Did I mention that much like this baby tiger I hate taking medicine!



"A national social explosion is knocking at the door." Said top Roman Catholic Bishop Gustavo Rodriguez, "We cannot separate the economic crisis from the violence and criminal crisis that we live day by day."

In regards to Mexico's political, economic and social woes...

to read the rest of the article: click here (yahoo news)



Spotted at: ffffound

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Metagraffiti Trailer

F*cking insane, did you see them stand on top of each other's shoulders to reach that spot?

Source: TheCityLovesYou

Addidas SB - Frisco Stand Up


Source: freshnessmag

Ariz para Montana Colors

I'm truly impressed by Aryz's technique and style. Who would have ever thought to spray paint into the cap of an aerosol can and use it to paint with a brush. The combination of traditional and contemporary techniques is simply genius.

ARYZ from Hans Hansen on Vimeo.

Source: TheCityLovesYou

Silver Lake...

Bobby and I had quite the adventure yesterday... I'm hopping to get around to posting some pics up soon.

Rappin with the Rickster

The girl doing the interview is cute... haha I know I'm missing the point. Anyways take some time to get famiiar with one of the forefathers of New York street culture. Ricky Powell is THAT DUDE.

Spotted at: SLAMXHYPE

Friday, December 25, 2009

Poed Up

It may not be jazzy or soulful but you don't always have to act like an arrogant music connoisseur/snob. This song goes hard regardless.

Source: ArrogantVeggies

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Garance Doré

I wish I had more information on this drawing and or the artist who drew it.


Spotted at: FFFFound


Denim done right! I don't usually post about fashion and or clothing too often, but Brooklyn's Epaulet definitely made me take a double look. Simply put these jeans look amazing. Coming in their "Smith" fit, a tapered-straight leg fit and cut from fabric imported directly from the Kurabo Mill in Osaka, Japan. Not to mention the fact that the raw selvedge denim is entirely stitched and sewn in Los Angeles it's guaranteed to turn heads.

These jeans are currently avaiIable at select dealers, I have yet to try on a pair but I think I just found my next pair of jawns.


Source: Selectism

Interview with Aya Takano

To be perfectly honest I'm not a particular fan of Aya Takano's work but after watching this interview I can definiteky say I have a new found appeciation for the passion and love she has for her artwork and craft.

She brings up a rather interesting conclusion... can art evoke a more sensual burst of physical and emotion extacy than say sex? Watch the interview and listen to her response.

Source: hypebeast

Friday, December 18, 2009

Friday Mornin' Lurkin' part 2

Apperently this monologue is an excerpt from a 1976 film entitled "Network." Very commanding I think I just found another movie I need to put on my "to watch" list.

Mad As Hell! Kinetic Typography from Aaron Leming on Vimeo.

Friday Mornin' Lurkin' part 1

Too be honest I haven't followed football by any means since high school, but this film is beginning to look very interesting.

"The U is an ESPN 30 For 30 documentary about the 1980s University of Miami football team. Directed by Billy Corben, this is an in-depth look into one of the most extraordinary and controversial college football teams of all time. (They're the reason why the NCAA banned touchdown celebrations.)"

source: arrogantveggies

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

El Camino x Exist x 1981 x Tocayo

Too sick! Apparently I have an affinity for masked luchadores, mexican food, art and great music.

Who's down to roll to San Diego over winter break?

EL CAMINOxEXIST 1981xTOCAYO from EXIST1981 on Vimeo.

source: formatmag

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Tenderloin Project x Blvck Scale

Let me start things off by saying how wonderfully surprised I was after watching this. My man Bobby (digital) hit me up with the link while we were chatting it up about bape and kid cudi, and I must say this video definitely made my night.

Hopefully it inspires you as much as it did me...

The Tenderloin Project x Black Scale from Sean Desmond on Vimeo.

"Sometimes you have oranges, that are full of juice. sweet... and then you got oranges. on the other hand. some are dry don't have juice in them at all. like there's no life in them. there's people like that. you know them cuz there's some people that walk around here every day. like they dry... bitter don't have no life in them. mad at the world, mad at everybody. And then you've got some people like sweet fruit, just full of life, bubbling with energy. natural juice. - Flash"

Thursday, December 10, 2009

9five Eyewear

I don't even like white girls lol, actually this video is much too dope. I'm digging the slow motion/film affects, Too be perfectly honest this has got to be the best lookbook/video I've seen. Big shout out to Mike Metcalf and Jay Cabautan who helped put this together!!

keep an eye our for 9five Eyewear... yeee!

9five Eyewear 2009 Lookbook from Mike Metcalf on Vimeo.

source: hypebeast

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Art 241


Finals week... Need I say more?

Needless to say


I've got great ideas.

This is Quatar

This is Qatar from Enrique Mayor on Vimeo.

I'm really digging Enrique Mayor's cinemtaic work in this skate film.

Shout out to hypebeast for the heads up.

Monday, December 7, 2009


I first stumbled across this video a couple years back while browsing thru No/Fi's now extinct blog. Japanese toys, fashion and punk rock, what more is there to say? Pretty amazing if you ask me.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Miyuki... what?

Very interesting read over at IVY-STYLE about the Miyuki-zoku, whom were the first set of Japanese youth to emulate the fashion/dress of collegiate American Ivy League students.

"Starting in 1945, Japanese authorities generally viewed all Western youth fashion as a delinquent subculture. Despite looking relatively conservative in style compared to the other biker gangs and greasy-haired rebels, the Miyuki-zoku were still caught up in this delinquent narrative. In fact, they were actually the first middle-class youth consumers buying things under the direction of the mainstream media. It was Japanese society that was simply not ready for the idea that youth fashion could be part of the marketplace."
Shout out to the homies at Selectism for the heads up.

Underground Vibes

Awesome short skate flick shot by 13th Witness, featuring Shingo tearing it up and down the streets of Harajuku and Shibuya.

Much too dope makes me want to hit up Japan right now!

Underground Vibes from 13thWitness™ on Vimeo.

info via hypebeast