There is some reference to a Magic Box in this video, but we just like seeing our good friend PEZ of Battle At 3AM having his iconic pyramids and color style animated for a skate-inspired Japanese Mountain Dew ad. Good work, PEZ.
A good friend of ours, Austin McManus, will have photographs and new zine at a show with one of the great independent spirits in photography and documentary art, Bill Daniel (director of the great “Who Is Bozo Texino?”). Stop by the Lost Door in San Francisco this weekend, December 4, and get a nice slice of what makes SF and the Bay Area a special place. Great name for a show, too: Tin Ton Tic Tac Click Clack.
Our good friend, Josh Blank of Battle At 3AM, just spent some time in FIFTY24SF Gallery, shooting one of Lush’s ladies prior to the opening on August 5. Tattoos, nudity, graffiti indoors (if that is possible), and Lush Sux.
This is what our good friend and former FIFTY24SF Gallery artist, Ericailcane, is doing in southern Italy at FAME Festival this year… making great murals and being one of the best in the world at getting many walls done in a very short amount of time.
Juxtapoz has invited some artists out to Detroit to help with Power House Productions and their 15th Anniversary auction and benefit held last year, and it looks like Richard Colman and RETNA have got a very interesting collaboration going that totally works.
Our good friend Jason Jaworski is there shooting photos, writing, and documenting the process for Jux. Looks amazingly odd and interesting in Motown.
This was the closest you could get to a “single” on the groundbreaking and genre-defying 2000 album, Kid A, from Radiohead. It was spooky, dark, grimy track, the sixth track on the album and the first to feature the 3 guitar line-up that made previous Radiohead efforts to that point stand out. Enjoy.