Tuesday, November 30, 2010
"FALSE is one of the early purveyors of independent fashion anarchism. The brand has been functioning as an evolving propaganda to Le Messie’s visions on societies illusions. His mixed media artworks constantly work on re-emerging themes of breaking down social bourgeois structural views laid on by the so called “mass elite”. Often harboring dark under-line meanings, his strong influence to mystical aesthetics often draw about a deep question into the relation of his art and it’s viewer, often functioning in it’s own individual life-like form. All garments are individually hand-screened and hand-finished by FALSE. FALSE is parent brand to Better Off Dead, Fallacy Of Rome, FALSE Sounds & Anti-Anti."
"You're a King, but..."
As an admitted fan of LeBron, I have to say I'm thoroughly disappointed with how his season is going. In my opinion he still has the best overall game in the League but his ego may prevent him reaching his ultimate potential. I NEVER bought into the whole Heat winning 72 games, or getting a ring this year. They don't have a complete team yet. D.Wade and Bron gotta figure out how to share the rock before they even win 50 games!
Anyway, here's some clips that have been floating around the net lately. Bron Bron has definitely become the new NBA "Villain". Is it deserved though?
Jordan/LeBron commercial mashup
Cavs fans "Answer" to Nike Ad
LeBron bumps Coach Spoelstra
Monday, November 29, 2010
|Keri Hilson "No Boys Allowed" album cover|
"The Way You Love Me"
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Monday, November 22, 2010
Two dope new videos from the homie B.o.B aka Bobby Ray. The first video is for "Don't Let Me Fall" from his solo debut "The Adventures of Bobby Ray". A really dope album, if you haven't heard it yet... you're slipping. The second video is "Beast Mode" the first track of the upcoming mixtape, "No Genre" dropping December 10, 2010. Big shout to Wesley "Wuz Good" Armstrong, fellow Full Sail University alum, who did the B.o.B. cover artwork.
Don't Let Me Fall
Sunday, November 21, 2010
As a bonus I threw in Rudy Gay's game winner over Bron Bron.
|Definition of "POSTERIZED"|
|Batta Mon exhibit, Osaka, Japan|
|Gold Louis Vuitton|
Saturday, November 20, 2010
|From Left: Mike Posner, Big Sean, Clinton Sparks|
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
|Bowser showing Mario some love|
Sunday, November 14, 2010
EMMIT BROWN by Verse-Is
|The O.G. Michael Knight from KnightRider|
MICHAEL KNIGHT from Creative Control on Vimeo.
Pilot Talk 2 album in stores November 22. Video directed by Coodie & Chike (www.creativecontrol.tv) with special effects by KRSP
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Following Kanye's uncomfortable (to say the least) interview with Matt Lauer on the Today Show, and his subsequent Twitter rant right after, Russell Simmons has written him an open letter. For those that don't know, former President Bush told Lauer in his own Today Show interview that Kanye West calling him racist (which never happened) was the LOWEST moment of his presidency.
I would almost be appalled at that statement had I not witnessed the countless blunders during his administration. Of course in his revisionist history view of the 8 years he presided, an entertainer public saying he "doesnt care about Black people" would really be his lowest moment. Not when he sat in an elementary school classroom on September 11, 2001, during the worst attacks on American soil. Not when he lied about WMD's and sent thousands of troops to die for an unnecessary war. Not when sat peering through a window as millions of Gulf Coast residents suffered and died because of the affects of Hurricane Katrina. Not when his Vice President, Dick Cheney, shot a man in the face and tried to cover it up. Not even when he choked on a damn pretzel and had to be rescued by the dog. Nope, it was Kanye calling him out on national TV that was the worst...
Anyway, check out this heartfelt and honest letter from Uncle Russ. I agree whole-heartedly with his sentiments.
Vids of the interviews after the jump
Friday, November 12, 2010
|Need To Want Less by Recovering Lazyholic|
|Damn I love sushi... but that chunk light is CLUTCH|
Thursday, November 11, 2010
|Limited Edition Bape x KiD CuDi "Rager" Tee|
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
For all my #SNKRH3AD cats out there, this is a must see Jordan Holiday 2010 Lookbook featuring Wale & Lee England Jr.
Monday, November 8, 2010
|Obie Trice, Black Market Ent. founder|
Preview the track and download if you like it
Obie Trice - Anymore (Prod. NO SPEAKERZ) by Verse-Is
Sunday, November 7, 2010
I've watched this a few times now and I'm really impressed with it. From an artist standpoint, this is a beautiful collage of music, film, fashion, and culture. I aspire to reach these heights with my own art. From a marketing standpoint, this is pure genius. It seamlessly samples the album while giving the audience the artist's take on the songs. It also adds a cohesive theme to the album, essentially setting up the listener for the release. Props to Kanye West for what he is doing with G.O.O.D. Fridays and for the great job with this short film Runaway.
|Scene from 'Runaway'|
|I love this pic...|
On another note, you really need to check out the website for Jay's Decoded book. Fresh
Behind the scenes
Kanye West - All Of The Lights f. All-Star Cast by Verse-Is
My friend put me up on this vid, I thought this was really fresh so I’m sharing with yall. Its called Pixels by Patrick Jean. Peep it.
Am I the only person thats happy with how far technology has progressed in terms of visual effects and graphics? This is ILL
Saturday, November 6, 2010
I’ve quickly become a fan of Terry Border’s work. I ran across some of his pictures recently and his imagination is really inspiring. I remember as a kid, believing whole-heartedly that my toys and other household objects came to life when I was asleep, away, or just not looking (Yeah, I love Toy Story for the same reason). Terry's art has basically taken that premise and brought it to life in a unique and creative way.
I look forward to his new work and you should check out his blog bentobjects.blogspot.com. Here’s some more of his work. Enjoy