How to install Richard Serra’s “Sequence”

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Richard Serra’s Sequence sculpture was recently moved to Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center. As Juxtapoz notes, “Transporting the piece is a major architectural endeavor, requiring the the piece to be deconstructed and eventually reassembled in a tedious process involving heavy-duty trailers, cranes, and careful positioning, clamping, and welding. The four-day installation in many ways evoked the same type of confusion that the original piece was meant to convey.”

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Definitely Thursday: “Bring It On Down”

We might as well go back about 17 years to the original excitement of Oasis, and a middle track on Definitely Maybe, “Bring It On Down.” This song has grown on us over the years, a simple rocker that has evolved well since our teenage years. Enjoy.

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George Lois for It’s Nice That n6

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We love George Lois. He is the original Mad Man and he did the best magazine covers in the history of the medium. Raymond especially loves him after spending time with Lois in his Manhattan apartment. Now, Lois is the cover subject of It’s Nice That, which we will now buy and cherish.

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Swampy

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Showing at FIFTY24SF Gallery this Saturday, June 11 with a solo show called “In My Room,” we look at the photography of Swampy. We think these are what initial drew us to Swampy, and even though we know that the icon has a mystique and a powerful feeling to it, it is the photography that seems to carry the most weight, an authentic, organic essence of open freedom and exploration in an era where we mostly just find ourselves consumed in digital. These are storytellers in the original sense. —Raymond Brown / The Citrus Report staff

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Swampy

In My Room
FIFTY24SF Gallery
June 11, 2011

One night only… perhaps…
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Birth of a Spraycan by Montana Germany

Birth of a Spraycan from Montana Cans on Vimeo.

We don’t need to go into who the original Montana is, or pick sides, this is just a really good, interesting video that is artfully done about how a can of Montana Can spray paint is made. Its almost like a science fair project come to life.

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Weakness Wednesday: Foo Fighters “Big Me”

The other day, we watched a great documentary about the Foo Fighters leading up to their newest album, Wasting Light, that was just released this week. Because we don’t really care about that album, but we do care about the original 1995 Foo Fighters album and the classic video and track “Big Me,” we felt like listening to it today. And we know everyone loves this song deep down.

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Oliver Peoples honors “To Kill A Mockingbird” with new frames

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If you want to look a tad more intellectual and Gregory Peck, Oliver Peoples is making it easier for you with these new frames. Gregory’s son, Anthony, happens to be a patron of Oliver Peoples, and had the original Atticus Finch frames that his dad wore in “To Kill A Mockingbird.”

The Moment notes, “The new, bookish style ($315 at Barneys and oliverpeoples.com) is available in four muted colors and made from a transparent acetate that resembles tortoiseshell with a bit more polish. And in the name of word nerds and those who love them, the Peck family is donating its proceeds from the project to the Los Angeles Public Library.”

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GANT x YALE CO-OP Shirts at Yale Campus Store

Not that anyone wants to hear about anything Yale, because lets face it, a campus of full of young Senator’s sons seems stressful. But, if you were to talk about Yale today, you would talk about the campus store and their Gant Throwback Yale Co-Op Oxford Shirts that are for sale now. According to ACL, “The wovens are based on the original designs that were sold at the university bookstore in the 1960s.” Well, that is phenomenally preppy.

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Thom Yorke Tuesday: “Separator” Acoustic

A nice one to start out your Tuesday: the original version, or at least the original to the public version of “Separator” from The King of Limbs, when it was still called “Mouse Dog Bird.” When we first heard it, we loved it, and thought, as most of us did, that the new Radiohead was going to sound a bit like a Neil Young album. And then it ended up like Flying Lotus meets The Eraser. Oh well, it ended up really good, so who cares?

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