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The Federation for the Advancement of Time Posters

Posted on September 7, 2009 Under Design

My favorite non-profit tutoring center, 826LA, has just debuted the second round of its cheeky retro-future Time Travel posters done once again under the talented hand of local artist Amy Martin. If you recognize the look, that's because you've seen…

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Posted on August 11, 2009 Under Art
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Wax Poetics: Brazil Issue

Posted on August 4, 2009 Under Music

One of my fave mags because it consistently introduces me to a fountain of new music that I wouldn't otherwise find unless I spent my free hours diggin' in the crates and hanging out with vinyl heads, Wax Poetics' current…

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Nike 6.0 Explorer Pack

Posted on July 29, 2009 Under Fashion

You're getting a super sneak peek at Nike 6.0's neat space-themed Explorer Pack scheduled for release in January 2010, though we wish it were coming out now 'cause of all the moon-landing anniversary talk in the air that has us…

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Mulheres Barbadas: 5 Days Live at Micasa

Posted on July 28, 2009 Under Art

Mulheres Barbadas must have been working out their arms, but considering what we already know about them, they're used to it. They're a few steps beyond the starting line of five long days of live painting at Sao Paulo's concept…

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The New Order: KAWS x Takashi Murakami

Posted on July 17, 2009 Under Art

It's incredible to see a blog grow into something that comes to change pop culture. The blog reports on it, but in the process, inevitably becomes a part of that pop culture as well. One of our smart classmates who's…

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Juxtapoz: The Brazil Issue

Posted on June 26, 2009 Under Art

If you're passing a newsstand in the next few days, look for the long-awaited Brazil issue of Juxtapoz. Guest curated by William Baglione"”whose artists we always breathlessly talk about here"”the hot special edition stars a slew of familiar names: Bruno…

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Geometry of Ruins

Posted on June 22, 2009 Under Life

Inspired by modern ruins and the spirit that remains alive inside of them, Geometry of Ruins seeks to simultaneously provoke feelings of hope and its death. The multimedia show by Tyger creator Guilherme Marcondes and his artist wife Andrezza Valentin"”both…

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MWM Graphics: Parallel Universe

Posted on June 22, 2009 Under Art

JoshSpear.com pal MWM Graphics (Matt W. Moore) is finishing up a month-long stint of work and play in Sao Paulo, putting the final touches on spray painted pieces for tomorrow's kickoff of his first-ever solo show in South America, Parallel…

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Zine of the Month Club

Posted on June 16, 2009 Under Books

The gift that keeps on giving is sadly underused. I'm not talking about a puppy. I'm referring to what might become a relic if people don't start having obsessions with receiving things in the snail mail again: Gift of the…

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