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SO OBSESSED

Some vibrant nostalgia from the mind of Michelle Guintu. East Bay raised but SF residing, Michelle has developed her aesthetic simply by painting the things she likes. From 90′s R&B superstars, like Missy and Aaliyah, to Joe Montana paintings and McDonald’s installations.

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Touching on the beauty and value of the learning process, famed author and scientific mind Isaac Asimov and journalist Bill Moyers discuss the intricacies of the human mind. Filmed in 1988, at the time the author was in the process of finishing his 391st book. At such a milestone in the author’s career, the two […]

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I’ve been slappin the Sebastien Tellier for a while now, but it was only until recently that I discovered his identity. It’s always cool when some dope music comes from someone you wouldn’t expect. When you have one of those “Damn I didn’t know they looked like that,” moments. Nonetheless, Sebastien is a special one. […]

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Photograph By Max Gibson

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THE SAKAWA BOYS

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to hear Vice co-founder Shane Smith speak. Recounting the history behind Vice magazine, VBS.TV and the dozens of other projects spawned under the Vice umbrella, Shane touched on everything from Coachella light shows to Liberian warlords. Perhaps most inspiring to me though, is the story of the Vice Guides to […]

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Photographs By James Mollison Out of sight, out of mind, the phrase continues to plague my perspective. I suppose that’s why traveling’s so important. A collaborative project between American journalist Chris Booth and photographer James Mollison, Where Children Sleep is a photo exposé aimed to present the differing sleeping spaces of children around the world. […]

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Photo By Max Gibson Our glance lasted less than a second. Peering into his window from my car, I slid back into the parking space behind his white van. Looking into his sideview window from the driver side, I could see his eyes focusing on something. Stepping out of my car, my nose confirmed what […]

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3 MEN VS. 15 LIONS

This video just kind of puts all of my “heroic achievements” into perspective a bit. Like, “You ain’t that tight, Max..” Maybe, probably, it’s the same for you. Culture’s such a trip. The way people live, or perhaps more accurately the way people survive, is so fascinating. Can you even imagine? You and two friends […]

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As we concluded in the post below, street art is pretty dope. Not only does it allow one to create in a public forum, but it also allows for audience participation in a truly extraordinary way. Harnessing the creativity of her surrounding community, visual artist Candy Chang has created a one of a kind piece […]

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KEEP IT BALANCED

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I gather Bangkok is a pretty strange place. Like any massive urban center, it seems like it’s got a little bit of everything. Beautiful things, ugly things, and plenty of things that are so ugly they’re beautiful. For Boogie, it’s exactly the kind of hectic environment his art thrives in. With a resume that includes […]

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