Archive for May, 2011
One of the most powerful songs ever made. Son House was a big inspiration to me when I was making Whitey Ford sings the Blues. His honesty and pain is unrivaled by any blues sing to me ever. His simplicity is unique and beautiful to me. True soul music right here, I honestly hear god [...]Read More..>>
Nice show at Joshua Liner Gallery as per usual. CleonPatterson has a unique style and point of view full of cryptic visions and confrontational images. I don’t know much about him other than I like his work and it reminds me of Raymond Pettibon a bit. Definitely a impressive show with big pieces, highly stylized [...]Read More..>>
Very good show at Morgan Lehman. I have watched Andrew Schoultz evolution from his 1st show at Levine gallery 5 years ago to his recent show at Morgan Lehman. He has grown in leaps and bounds. My pics are cool the real thing is much cooler I strongly suggest you should see it in the [...]Read More..>>
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If your on the other side of the pond and find yourself in New Caste come and support my brother Boogie the hardest working photographer in the world, he rocks!Read More..>>
My boy Actions on a reel roll first he lands a big mention in the NY Times on Sunday then Zagats posts his awesome cooking show Action In The Kitchen….Funny how these things happen. Big Ups my mango!
Glad I gave the stuff up recently. A few months back the cops would have broke my door down on the reg.
Read below from The Gothamist:http://gothamist.com/2011/05/17/cops_can_kick_your_door_down_if_the.php
Now you have another thing to get anxious about while smoking grass in the comfort of your own home (in addition to the surveillance microphones your landlord embedded in [...]
From The Huffington Post by Mat Gleason http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mat-gleason/street-art-market-collaps_b_856756.html
Will you be caught holding the street art bag?
The euphoria, the rush, the excitement… it seemed so unique, so real, so important, so art historical… until it suddenly felt familiar. Too familiar.
When I heard about the investment banker types being led on tours of L.A. MOCA’s Art in [...]
Nice look for the OG!Read More..>>