Thursday, March 31, 2011
Thursday, March 24, 2011
My buddy Alex continues to put out amazing stuff with the release of, "God Went Surfing With The Devil."
The film is about the difficulties of being able to surf in Gaza due to the conflict going on there. Here are some pictures from the filming.
Linda McCartney may be known to most as Sir Paul's first wife or as a the keyboardist in Wings. However, she truly was one of the greatest rock and roll photographers of all time. I first became aware of her work about 10 years ago when I bought her book, Sixties : Portrait of an Era.
Taschen is releasing a couple different versions of her life's work. if you don't have the 1k or 2.5k to drop on a limited edition, wait a beat and buy the trade version for about $75. Either way, you won't be disappointed.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Fellow OK native, Justin Lancaster continues his rhelm as the king of the LA bar scene with his 2nd bar, Beer Bar. The Silverlake bar is stocked with hard to find beer and also has some goods from the pop up shop my brother and I did over the holidays.
The bar is currently closed due to zoning issues but will be back up and running in no time.
ps - the targets and the 3 1970's oil field pics are from our shop. I can't take credit for the old bowling game.
The Impossible Project continues to put out some amazing stuff, whether it be refurnished cameras or new kinds of polaroid film. First, they just came out with a black frame polaroid film which costs about $25. Second, the limited edition SLR camera in all black, which can also be yours for $690.
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Ever want to crawl into the minds of some of top retailers in the country ??? Thanks to my buddy Teron, you can. He just released the trailer and it's got me stoked for whats to come. Well done my friend.
Monday, March 7, 2011
Congrats to the big bro on his recent video and upcoming record. I encourage everyone to get the single and pre-order the album. And, the video is directed by Dave Green, who has done some solid work himself.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Son of A Gun is the new seafood joint started from the dudes behind Animal. Everything about this place is on point, from the nautical decor on the walls (taken from the chef's own personal collection), the food (oysters NOT by the half dozen but by as little as one), and the bar (seafood punch). If you can't get a reservation, take a seat at the communal table or bar. This will be your new favorite spot, whether it's drinking or eating.