We love when artists somehow effortlessly evolve their sound, while still staying true to the original formula that attracted us to them in the first place. Disclosure is in it for the long haul and we couldn’t be happier about it!
Browsing through the IKEA catalogue this weekend, we came across this DIY pine dresser. Inspired, we began hunting down more pieces like this. As we searched we realized IKEA was not even the tip of the iceberg…
This Friday night, Dec 8th, come out to the Maritime Hotel for the BELEZA art show event! The show features Brazillian street artist Marcelo Lamarca and NYC-based Andy Golub. Purchasing tix in advance would be advised as the art show turns into a late night party with sexy Brazillian belly dancers and a plehtora of DJ’s. Doors open at 9pm and you’ll be kicked out a little after 4am. Party hard, Amigos!
As the holidays swiftly approach, we find ourselves already running out of thoughtful, creative, and unique gift ideas for our loved ones. So we were quite grateful to stumble upon this: Vicious Syles Crew Graffiti Art Classes. These classes will not only explore style, form, and technique, but will also give you a strong and necessary dose of the history behind it all. Initially developed by Pose Two, this class will be taught by members of the Vicious Styles Crew.
We guarantee your Grandma’s cousin will not be receiving this from anyone else… or your siblings… or your parents… or YOU. So if you want to be the coolest caroler on the block- get someone these classes! Or just say “Merry Xmas to Me!” and call it a day.
Oakland-based JURNE’s video as a part of his “Keys to the City” exhibit at KLUGHAUS Gallery, providing us with a comprehensive dialogue between the artist and his work. The video is done in collaboration with Lea Bruno who is known by her incomparable documentation of the world’s most notable graffiti artists.
The exhibit, closing this week, examines JURNE’s transition from large-scale graffiti to fine art. Check out some of the featured work under the cut… (Continued)
“Where or When” is the first track off of Gold and Soil‘s brand new, self-titled LP. This remix goes for the gold, integrating the experimental original into the throws of some sharp synth beats that delicately disseminate as the track plays out.