UNSATISFYING from PARALLEL STUDIO on Vimeo.
A video about unsatisfying situations: the frustrating, annoying, disappointing little things of everyday life, that are so painful to live or even to watch
A new short film from FKA twigs and WeTransfer Studios documents freek dance workshops the artist held back in July with 400 dancers from the Baltimore area. Watch a trailer for the film, featuring F
Polly Nor was recently featured in our magazine and we love the way she illustrates stories of powerful women confronting and embracing their shadow selves. We were thrilled to see Polly's work in mo
We're excited to premiere the latest video from Waxploitation's Stories for Ways & Means project. The short story, narrated by an office favorite, King Krule, was written by Micachu and illustrat
A decade after they quietly split, Grandaddy and Jason Lytle are back with the sad, epic, post super-modernity gem "A Lost Machine"
Get your motor runnin'…Head out on the highway…Looking for adventure…In whatever comes our way! Keno and Ilke are born to be willdddd!
The funk truck is just funkin around not really giving a funk. Funk that!
The Sunset Residence Pataganne present an exhibition of new work by Parisian artists, Ken Sortais and Horfée on September 11, 2013 in Lyon, France. The exhibition is being hosted in conjuncti
With just a few lines to define the letters and some unique embellishments, Sawe does a stand u job at making this piece interesting.
Karate is at the top of out list of favorite graffiti names. It’s just a cool sounding word. His “K” and “R” look as if they are throwing some low kicks on the other le
And the award for the most arrow crazy throw up goes to….drum roll…..Jeans.
With the assistance of Godzilla and his fire breathing breathe, Mers is able to ravage the railroads with merciless destuctive aggression. Always good concepts when this artist paints trains.
The straight letter expert, Kuma, gets down with the throw-up specialist, Dont, in the never-ending abandonees that is Detroit.
We have featured the work of Zoer in the past, a lot. With an talent for illustration, good lettering fundamentals and a knack for placement in sometimes unusual locations, Zoer is creating unconven
Never one to disappoint in the department of funk and flavor, Bay Area veteran, Jenks drops another serious spray paint heater on the streets.
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Stori.
This is certainly much different from what we are accustomed to seeing from Hindue. It’s got that chill New Wave, Miami Vice vibe going on.