Well It’s about time. The end of the Superstar dj era.
The silver lining to the dark clouds of economic unrest. (via tomorrow museum)
SupremeXDamienHirst actually not that bad (did you see the Koons boards) via Arrested Motion
Jonathon Jones contemplates why 19th century Ukiyo-e master Kuniyoshi seems so contemporary. Via GuardianUK)
“When they come home drunk they don’t have to listen to the rain on the metal and they can sleep very well.” A great article on the social benefits of JR’s work in the 3rd world (via AO)
“it was the teachers themselves, who were mostly women, who created the graffiti for the most part.” A review of a book about protest Graffiti in Oaxaca (via Jux)
“Hey buddy, can you spare a hunnerd billion?” Zimbabwe’s currency makes the perfect wallpaper (via Wooster)
A pixacao lesson from Os Gemeos (via WYW)
Phil Frost 2009 (sneek peek via supertouch)
Plus a good documentary on pixacao you need to see
“My ladies are always there for me,” he said. “They never talk back, and if I get bored, I can just change the head.” Photographer Becky Yee has a new show of images documenting the astounding owner of the worlds greatest “Dutch Wife ” collection. (via AnimalNY)
The website Red Rag To A Bull is making an appeal for support of teen street artist Cartrain in his ongoing legal battle with the worlds most powerfull artist, Damien Hirst. (via Myartspace)
I hope you have some glowsticks handy. Artcore is a show about the garishly designed flyers of the early 90’s UK rave movement. (via CRBlog)
Revok explains some of the new projects he has been working on with Rime and Augor. Basically taking the ego element out of some of he murals they paint. Good luck. (via wyw)
Hip Hop Legend D-Nice aint about to let you forget what it’s all about with his True Hip Hop Stories film series:
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