Friday, May 27, 2011
Angered and frustrated by the sudden infatuation and commercialization of the graffiti movement, French street artist Kidult has taken to the streets of Paris in an effort to reclaim his craft. In a retaliation against major luxury labels, Kidult has tagged a string of stores in recent months that include colette, Agnés b., JC/DC and Supreme. The video above features a one-on-one interview with Kidult in his workshop and follows along as the vandal hits several major Parisian shopping destinations.
Thursday, May 12, 2011
A group of three friends each share a negative commonality, horrible bosses. After a series of unacceptable instances from their respective bosses, Nick, Kurt and Dale each agree to have their bosses taken out and eliminated in hopes of bettering their daily grinds. The movie features several notable names within the cast including Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell, Kevin Spacey, Donald Sutherland, Julie Bowen and Jamie Foxx.
Friday, May 6, 2011
Friday, April 29, 2011
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
4/30/2011 - 5/7/2011
Bath House Cultural Center
Reception : Saturday, April 30, from 7- 9 p.m.
A Night of Loteria: Saturday, May 7, from 7-8:30 p.m. Meet the artists and play the game using a commemorative deck of cards with reproductions of the original artwork from the show.
This exhibition features 54 local artists who created artwork based on the pictures and symbols from La Loteria, a popular Mexican board game. Loteria resembles a form of bingo that uses pictures instead of numbers. In the game, each player is given a card with 16 squares with pictures and beans to mark the squares that have been called. The first person to get four pictures in a row, vertically, horizontally or diagonally, hollers out LOTERIA and wins the game.
La Lotería is produced by popular artists throughout Mexico. There are different versions of the game, all lovely variations of what remains, essentially, the same symbols. The images from the game depict common everyday objects, places and characters that are easily recognized and significant to the traditions and culture of Mexico.
Thursday, April 21, 2011
The Commissary in the Dallas Arts District’s One Arts Plaza, home to Chef John Tesar’s grass-fed beef Burger Bar as well as Small & Large Plates, and Salumi and Cheese selections.
Sommelier Scott Barber’s wine is available on tap, by the glass, and by the bottle (at 2x wholesale) – buy a bottle to go and get an additional 15% off! Michael Martensen has created exclusive Wine Cocktails, Sangrias and Punch Bowls. Also check out our great selection of Beer.
Serving Dinner and Late-Night. Lunch starting April 29th.
The Twins, a short film shot, edited and directed by Ty Evans, stars twin brothers Pierce and Chris Brunner. Only 12-years-old, the boys have already become skateboarding prodigies, winning competitions left and right while landing features in several various skateboarding magazines. Watch above as the two tear up the streets of California like seasoned professionals.
Snoop Dogg unveils the next visual off his current Doggumentary album and this one’s a true meeting of legends as the Doggfather teams up with folk icon Willie Nelson for “Superman.” It sure is no coincidence that this clip arrived on 4/20. This video features footage from that performance, along with the duo goofing off in the studio. The highlight of the entire collaboration though is Snoop Dogg’s attempt at singing. Enjoy!
Monday, April 18, 2011
So their new album is out, the tour is on full swing, and we should be thankful to have: Watch the 'Nine Types Of Light' Movie Nine Types of Light. It's as much an album as it is a movie by TV on the Radio. The movie is meant to be a visual re-imagining of the record, and includes a music video for every song on the new album. The band personally asked their friends and the filmmakers they admired to help direct the music videos. Tunde Adebimpe, the director for the full Nine Types of Light movie, storybooked the music videos together with interviews from local New Yorkers on various topics, including dreams, love, fame and the future.
Austin Kleon is a writer from Austin, TX. He is the author of Newspaper Blackout. In his book he makes poems by using newspaper and blacking out words with sharpee until only the words of the poem were left clear. He just recently wrote these very very very very cool tips on writing and drawing. And I am very serious when I use the word very. I don't use it loosely. Anyhow, I'll link up to his blog where he lays out How To Steal Like An Artist (And 9 Other Things Nobody Told Me). Very self-explainable. If you are missing the important ingredient to cook up the best creative ideas ever, then you MUST read it. Going thru the article and some of the links there really changed my way I see things now, mainly because I forgot about myself. It was like a slap on the face.
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Check out the first single from Danger Mouse and Danile Luppi’s new album, Rome. The album was inspired by the film soundtrack work of Ennio Morricone, who composed and arranged scores for more than 500 film and TV productions, including the classic spaghetti Western The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly. The record was recorded at Rome’s Forum Studios, and the album features musicians who actually worked with Morricone.