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GANGSTERS DOODLE

We take a look inside the world of Post-It Note Illustrator turned author Marlon Sassy. The Vancouver based artist has grown a considerable following for his hip-hop culture inspired “doodles,” and with his first book under his belt, it seems like things are only going up for our friend Marlon.

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I think we’re just starting to get comfortable with each other. I hope you are with us. I certaintly am with you. It’s taken long enough. But fulfilling relationships take time, and I’m willing to put in the work. So let’s take a walk. They say atmoshphere is everything. Most times I couldn’t agree more. […]

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Special thanks goes to Nick, as is the case pretty often around here. My dude is just on his game. Ran Hwang is an artist from Seoul, Korea who currently works in New York. The pieces she creates are visually stunning at first glance; take a closer look though, and you’ll realize just how impressive […]

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STEVE NASH ON GIVING

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How clean is the ocean though? A whole nother world we can’t even fuck with? Props to these photographers though. How were they able to capture these pics? It’s not like they brought their tripod with them. I don’t know. I just find waves and water dope. The ocean’s just so poppin. Seahorses, sharks, dolphins, […]

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You should probably hit the MORE off top to really see how Julia Chiang gets down. Creating her own installation at the ‘It Ain’t Fair’ exhibition at Art Basel this weekend in Miami, Julia has created a truly original work of art. Using ring pops as her medium, Julia’s created a set of iconic messages […]

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Often times, when I look into the stars it helps me deal with the trivial shit going on in the day to day. To keep it real, looking at the stars is damn near therapuetic. When I look into the stars I realize that nothing really matters. Unless it does… In my humble, there is […]

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THINK ON YOUR FEET…

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THE GORILLA SUITE

Recently I’ve come to the conclusion that atmosphere is essential to truly get it marry poppins. Actually, I take that back kind of. People are essential to getting it poppin, the atmosphere just makes it marry. Apparently the architects of the Gorilla Suite feel the same. Lead designer Mark Tracy of Las Vegas Design Firm […]

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This looks hella fun. It also looks ridiculously difficult though. Like how would you even practice this before you were good at it? Olivier Lemieux works with Cirque du Soleil, presumably doing more of the kind of acrobatic shit he’s seen doing here. I’d pick the cleanest trick, but I feel like it would be […]

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PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Photos By Eric Lafforgue It is estimated that more than a thousand different cultural groups exist in Papua New Guinea. Because of this diversity, many different styles of cultural expression have emerged with each group creating its own expressive forms in art, dance, weaponry, costumes, singing, music, architecture and more. People typically live in villages […]

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Steve Young putting on in ’88. Ridiculous because you think it’s a wrap like 5 times until he’s in the end zone. Football’s exciting because you never know what’s gonna pop off in the next second. I guess that’s why sports are so clean. The excitement of not knowing what’s coming next. We”re always on […]

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“I try my best to act like she doesn’t phase me. As if I pull girls just like her all the time. I even waited seven days before I called her. But she can play this game much better than I.” I wonder what it must be like for you pretty girl. To be liberated […]

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For all the advances folks have made in neuroscience and psychology, I don’t think we’re even close to understanding what the human mind is capable of. James Blagden of No Mas came correct with this one, the animated story of Dock Ellis, who pitched a no-hitter under the influence of acid. This is just a […]

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I like to think that as humans our creativity is boundless. We can make something out of nothing, and something out of something else. Featured here is an example of such. Specializing in life-size sculptures made of recycled cardboard and glue, English artist Chris Gilmour has made a career out of creating large and small […]

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Stephen Wiltshire is one gifted dude. From a very young age, the autistic artist has been able to use his photographic memory to draw buildings and even entire cityscapes in rich detail. Having crossed Tokyo, Rome, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, Madrid, Dubai, Jerusalem and London off the list, Wiltshire made a trip to the Empire State […]

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