Sunday, August 31, 2008

Alchemist in Dogtown...

The Dogtown Mural we art directed in Venice came out recently in the video for "Key to the City" off of Alchemist's new album Chemical Warfare and features the currently incarcerated Prodigy's son fillin' in for the HNIC. Still waiting for the Whooliganz reunion?

Dusted and Disgusted

Top 10 Posse Cuts ever...

Water Calligraphy

An artist at the Summer Palace in Beijing China drawing calligraphy on the ground with water.

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Wrastling Rappers

Flava in ya ears... look for the homie MQ's ups toward the end (if you make it that long).

Also, we're appending this post to include this clip of a long-forgotten WCW wraster from the mid Nineties who went by the name of Jimmy Graffiti and whose persona was that of a graffiti scrawling Vandal. Yeah, we're as surprised as you that he's no longer around.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Shitbags and...

Extreme videos


Loss Prevention Gun Club...

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Columbine Art

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Eric Harris' ill blackbook session...



Tuesday, August 26, 2008



Monday, August 25, 2008


Cap getting up at Tuff City Styles

Yes 2_Tuff City Styles

Reels of 2 of our favorite NYC savages... Cap and Yes 2.

Thank us later...

Soul Plane II: Black Jacking

One of the few reasons to go an look at TV...

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Head-On Train Collision

Extreme videosFuck around lay around

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Slow news day...

Friday, August 22, 2008

Straight Hip-Hop Yo (from the streets)!

Good to know ol' girls down for Peace.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

I love that guy...

Rip Nelson De La Rosa

Saturday, August 16, 2008

American Culture

Red flags are going up (or is it off?) all day, errday so we have finally decided to reveal our plans for the establishment of a museum/zoo that will archive and honor all of the scariest, and most epically heartbreaking exports and by-products of Capitalist America. Our tentative plan is to be breaking ground as early as 2015 next door to the fabled Doomsday Vault in Norway and this innocent lil' soldier has been invited to curate the Cinnabon Annex. Hope to see everyone there!


Friday, August 15, 2008

Ironman Deleted Scene ft. Ghostface

Meals On Wheels

Thursday, August 14, 2008

New Shows...

Be sure to get to Jersey Joe's newest installation if you're in Chicago later this week... looks to be ridiculous.

Also, at the beginning of next month don't miss the group show "Catalyst" at FIFTY24 in San Francisco curated by Brett Aronson, who put together our Will Rise exhibit earlier this year. The lineup looks to be retarded... in a good way, not the Tropic Thunder kind.

FIFTY24SF Gallery Proudly Presents the Group Show “Catalyst”
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 4, 2008 from 7 – 9:30 p.m.

“Catalyst” is a group exhibition that will include eight of today's most prominent visual artists from the abrasive music community.

The exhibit will bring together an underground community of artists in which aural and visual expressions converge. Artwork on display will comprise of a wide source of media, including new two-dimensional paintings, drawings, video installations, screen prints as well as an installation of seminal works from each of the artists’ extensive catalogues.

Artists Included: Aaron Turner, Josh Graham, Seldon Hunt, Stephen Kasner,
Aaron Horkey, Florian Bertmer, Justin Bartlett and Dwid Hellion.

The “Catalyst” group show will be on display at FIFTY24SF Gallery September 4 – 25, 2008.

FIFTY24SF Gallery
252 Fillmore St.
San Francisco, CA 94117
For news and updates on the show visit:

And finally those that slept on the opening a few weeks back still have time to check Hense and Shie's exhibit runnin' through the end of the month at the North Highland Inn in Atlanta... for those who can't make it peep some of the work here.


Like to have been a fly on the wall for this one...

Wednesday, August 13, 2008


"It don't Gitmo better!"

Monday, August 11, 2008

Thugz Mansion

^^^ Topping the short list of best songs ever right thurr

Thirty plus years left of Steve Harvey, while the good ones are dropping like fly's? Go figure.
Anyways, thought these lyrics were appropriate for the occasion...

"Ain't no place id rather be
chillin' with homies and family
sky high iced out paradise in the sky
Aint no place id rather be
only place thats right for me
chromed out manison in paradise in the sky"


Sunday, August 10, 2008

To the Haters...

Friday, August 8, 2008

Woo Lawd!

Too emotional not to get racked from LOA... The South is amazing.

Fatal Flying Guillotine

Digital video montage dealing with guillotine executions in the early part of the 20th century; most notably that of Eugene Weidmann in 1939. The enthusiasm of the crowd, as well as the fact that the event was filmed from an apartment window, became major factors in the French governments decision to ban public executions. As a result, the Weidmann execution was the last public guillotining in France before the death penalty was finally abolished in 1981. Musical setting is the viola solo "Elegie" by Igor Stravinsky.

David Returns From America...

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Animal Farm

The CIA, circa 1954, obtained the film rights to "Animal Farm" from Orwell's widow, Sonia, after his death and covertly funded this production as anti-Communist propaganda. Some sources assert that the ending of the story was altered by the CIA (in the book, the pigs and humans join forces) to press home their message, but it is equally possible that the more upbeat ending of the movie was an artistic decision, to give the film more audience appeal.

Beautiful Losers

Good flicks over at RVCA (Aaron Rose's blog) featuring the recent Beautiful Losers' movie premiere/exhibition in Harajuku.
^^^ Doom and Espo... always coming off.

Seventh Day Project

Check out this month's The Seventh Day Project over at Known Gallery. The latest installment documents a profound afternoon of highbrow aesthetics (thanks CGI), condensed down to three minutes of your life that you will never get back, courtesy of The Loss Prevention's proud author/
day laborer Sever. Big thanks to T7L, as well as PUSH, Evan, and our boy Fame at Death Row for the clearance.

A few shots of the finished piece plus special bonus coverage courtesy of the good folks at Industrial Light and Magic...
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Pass the Shovel

Back to a little lighter faire. One of the freshest tracks that didn't make it onto the US release. Enjoy.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

The Mike Wallace Interview

Aldous Huxley, social critic and author of Brave New World, talks to Wallace about threats to freedom in the United States, overpopulation, bureaucracy, propaganda, drugs, advertising, and television. Fifty-plus years later triple OG Huxley's opinions and view points seem as relevant as ever. Take the time out to watch this enlightening three part Q & A.

Every Metro logo from around the world

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Match up the logo's with there respective cities here.
San Francisco's Muni gotta be there with some of our favorites.

Greyhound's current ad campaign

Well, if we hadn’t heard about ’bus rage’ before, we’ve sure heard about it now.

Saturday, August 2, 2008


So fresh...

Friday, August 1, 2008

New identity anyone?

Mt Everest on the unintentional comedy scale. Also, best comment ever...

**Likes To Spooge** User Comments "I'm sooo going to a cypress hill concert. i fucking love those mother fuckers!!
and that is a badass bong, i wanna hit that shit"

Pennant Blue

Up to over 500.00$?

Subtle Performance


Gearin' up for the Olympics...