Posted by TVTV at 3:39 PM
Thursday, April 24, 2008
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Monday, April 21, 2008
best thing I've seen in years
Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Monday, April 14, 2008
Sunday, April 13, 2008
Can't tell him nothing...
Gran Tourismo 5 Prologue
Red Cross campaign
by Dash Snow
Chloe Bailey by Karina at Le Shoot Photography, HARSH! Magazine
Richard Prince did that shot and sold it for 3 million euros
Posted by TV at 1:25 PM
Saturday, April 12, 2008
Here's the hear-see, feel-think of the war in Iraq, but wondering if Nike gave the right answer to the action feature? They did but nobody listened. Now it's Obama who's going to save US, just wait it.
Posted by CCTV at 9:57 PM
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Interviews within include conversations with pan-European type design collecitve Underware, Japanese type designer Akira Kobayashi, American graffiti writer and fine artist Barry McGee/Twist, German graffiti writers Daim and Seak, American lettering artist, graphic designer and design eductor Ed Fella, among others. Parallel Strokes is an enquiry into the history, context, and development of lettering today, both culturally approved and illicit.
Chaz Bojorquez talks about the origins of barrio graffiti in Los Angeles and the evolution of the craft. Fellow Angeleno, vernacular graphic designer Ed Fella, speaks about his history in lettering and how he earned the title “The King of Zing” in Detroit design and illustration circles. Famed Japanese type designer Akira Kobayashi discusses Roman and Japanese letterforms while showcasing a lifetime of type design work. European graffiti writers Daim, Seak, and Delta share their thoughts on dimensional graffiti lettering while American graffiti writer Mike Giant talks about vernacular lettering, typeface design, and the evolution of graffiti handstyles.
Parallel Strokes is richly illustrated throughout, featuring copious previously unpublished work by the interviewed artists, as well as supplementary illustrations and photographs detailing contemporary and historical trends in graffiti and type design.
The first 100 orders come with a two color 17” x 20” Parallel Strokes poster printed using recycled paper and soy inks at Portland, Oregon’s Pinball Publishing.
Parallel Strokes is 244 pages thick and available for $20 with free shipping worldwide.
download 40-page excerpt from here
David and Goliath are not myths. They're options.
God made you out of clay so you could mold your own body.
Don't forget you have a own personal trainer 24 hours a day. His name is Gravity.
Real mirrors don't talk like the ones in fairy tales:they're much more honest.
Research shows that people in shape get better jobs. Just look who's the governor of California.
Morale, self esteem and confidence are like muscles:they grow with exercise.
Your personality is shaped in childhood. Not your body.
Your mother was right:you look better when you gain weight.