“The aim of human life is to know thyself. Think for yourself. Question authority. Think with your friends. Create, create new realities. Philosophy is a team sport. Philosophy is the ultimate, the ultimate aphrodisiac pleasure. Learning how to operate your brain, learning how to operate your mind, learning how to redesign chaos”
Well, we want to promote the exhibition surely?? Hehhhhehegehwdhjiklll
We’re having a little show next week starting tonight finishing Valentine’s Day at:
Simon True and Dr.Dog “I live here”
Place: Gallery Bucchus bun
Morikawa colony 402. 2-20-14,Ebisu-nishi,Shibuya-ku Tokyo,Japan
OPEN. 12:00 – 23:00
Forget the three wise men – two silly men have released the Christmas Eve ITV movie premier of the 1986 box office (s)hit Back to the sock egg of my success part II !!!
Merry Chrimbo everyone!
Children of the Can: Bristol Graffiti and Street Art, the follow-up to 2008’s hugely successful Children of the Can: 25 Years of Bristol Graffiti is launched at PRSC on Saturday 1st Dec.
The Launch will take place at 5pm and there will be music and merriment into the evening.
Throughout the day, there will be painting throughout Stokes Croft by Bristol’s Finest.
What started out as a straightforward second edition quickly took on a life of its own and has grown into a new project. Since the initial publication of Children of the Can the Bristol graffiti scene has seen emergence of many new artists and events, cementing Bristol’s status as one of the UK and Europe’s most influential cities in the street art movement.
With more than 70 added pages and 30 new artists Children of the Can: Bristol Graffiti and Street Art gives a comprehensive A- Z of some of the biggest names in Bristol graffiti. Including:
3D, Banksy, Cheo, China Mike, Epok, Filthy Luker, FLX, Haka, Inkie, Jeff Row, Jody, Lokey, Mr.Jago, Mudwig, Nick Walker, Rowdy, Sickboy, Turoe, What Collective, Will Barras, The Z-Boys and many more…
Author Felix ‘FLX’ Braun started writing graffiti in the mid-80s and grew up with the Bristol scene painting alongside the likes of Inkie and Nick Walker. He continues to live and paint in the city and has unrivalled access to the artists and their work. Here, they tell their stories in their own words.
Most of the images in Children of the Can have never before been published and many have been provided from the artists’ sketchbooks and private collections.
SEGA released this on the iPhone (and other machines) today. It’s over 500MB so you’ll need a wifi connection or download it through the PC. I’m a big fan of the original game and reckon it’s worth the £2.99 just for the music and visuals alone. Can’t say much for the fiddly diddly touchscreen joystick vs. a trigger on a controller but it’s an outstanding game anyway. It can be downloaded here:
Jet Set Radio App
*Note – seems as though SEGA have now pulled this version completely! As of iOS8 it has stopped running with no explanation at all :-(((
Chotto Matte! Exclusive!
Joey Decker works his way to the top of the corporate ladder in one DAY, falls in love with the dinner-lady who turns out to be the Chairman’s daughter!
In the bath thinking about the Schmotesy Heartlands Hull graff video… wonderin’ to m’sen bet someone’s got a copy…
Googled it and up came footage of a “new” warehouses!!! Look at that Hull flavour as strong as ever – the environment shapes the style of the graff… Looks like a big place and hopefully pieces with full backgrounds will go up too as better space runs out. Now where is Schmotesy? I want a copy of Heartlands part 1 so I can remember them good old days…