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September 28, 2012

Lupe Fiasco: The Great American Rapper.

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Share This.Twas a busy day for us yesterday. After shooting A$AP Rocky on the eastside, we had to scurry back to the westside once our friend DJ Jamieson Hill told us that Lupe Fiasco was in New York City having a release party for his latest — and hopefully not his last — project, Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album, Pt. 1. There was “happy juice” everywhere, Read More

For the Children.

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Share This.Bleeding heart artist Michael Aaron Williams has garnered much attention with his series of cardboard cutouts of homeless children. According to My Modern Met, “Williams started a Kickstarter campaign where he hoped to make enough money to take a trip to Asia so that he could make some sort of immediate impact. After it was successfully funded, Williams went on that trip and came back with these wonderful photos.”

A$AP Pops The Block.

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Share This.A$AP Rocky popped up at the A$AP ARMY Mobile Truck in L.E.S. yesterday at Prohibit NYC. An accompanying event to the ongoing tour that also includes Schoolboy Q and Danny Brown, other members of the A$AP Mob — specifically A$AP Ferg and A$AP Nast — were also in attendance. Fans were also in full effect, waiting to get their hands on treasured A$AP merch and catch glimpses of the Read More

The Kingdom of Alexandra.

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Share This.There is something humble about Lyvia Alexandra. She never tries too hard but always seems to impress. Her style is almost juvenile — sarcastically playful even. As you can see, Alexandra’s work isn’t all cupcakes and sprinkles. She is usually attempting to convey a specific message that is glazed with a cheeky sense of humor. If you’re interested in acquiring some of her prints, →click here←.

Across the Northern Sky.

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Share This.Steffen Heidemann and Viktoria Klein have created a strikingly accurate depiction of our great northern sky. The Northern Sky print comes with enchanting details that will keep you enthralled for hours on end.

Boys Just Wanna Have Fun.

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Share This. Models: Mikhael Ayoub, Nick Madrid, Matt Waters, Thatcher Dodge, Sam Saffman, Louis Mayhew, Jonathan Sampaio, Kevin Sampaio , Misha Lukianov , Brennen Steines, Issac Weber, Brendon Beck Photographer: Branislav Jankic Magazine: Bullet   Editorial Curated by Francine Lucas.↓

Rest for the Brits.

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Share This.Sculptor-Designer Pierre Ospina design an intriguing stool made from cricket bats. Ospina’s “Rest for the Brits” transforms the blunt instrument into sturdy furniture with simple application of a few legs. “Cricket is a sport, a national emblem, a culture. Bats, stumps and bails imply the practice of the sport and are also pure symbols of such culture. By transposing them into the realm of sitting they are given another Read More

Learnin’ Youse Some Lettas: Refract.

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Share This.Refract (Pronounced: Re•frakt)→ Transition Verb.: a) to subject (as a ray of light) to refraction. b) to alter or distort as if by refraction. Example: “Light is refracted when it hits water.”

Up For Your Interpretation.

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Share This.Gonçalo Campos has come with an interesting calendar concept: “A calendar that allows you to see the year pass more naturally letting you interpret the time that passes in an intuitive way, adding one piece per day. It’s universal puzzle pieces allow an expression of how you see the year, how you personally relate to it, or wish it will be, by arranging their place and drawing with them, Read More

Kirby’s Ride Through Space.

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Share This.Lee Kirby uses light to paint the bodies of his subjects in his Pro-ject series. Creating creatures that are almost Avatar-like, Kirby manipulates perspective by placing an image inside of an image. Some of the works resemble dancing galaxies.