Purple Reign

Posted on April 27, 2006 Under Music

Purple Reign is the latest mashup album by Jon Moskowitz, the DJ behind that amazing Blue Eyes Meets Bedstuy mix we've been listening to since last September. Moskowitz teamed up with The Bangers to mix Prince and Camron. It's quite…

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Mark Jenkins: Meter Pops

Posted on January 18, 2006 Under Art

The wild tape-artist and DC-based street prankster Mark Jenikns is at it again. Last year he placed "tape babies" around the city for his STORKER project. This time around he wrapped parking meters with colored tape to resemble lollipops, or…

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Felted Clothing

Posted on December 13, 2005 Under Fashion

Many don't know how much I like playing poker-- I have a dream of being incredibly skilled and taking everyones money at the table, but don't ever seem to get enough time to practice. Maybe someday, but for now I'll…

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Q-Unit Greatest Hits

Posted on December 7, 2005 Under Music

Ah, yes, another mash-up record. Q-Unit is a 50 Cent meets Queen mix with stellar hits like "This is How We Bite The Dust" and "Bohemian Wankster." This might be 50 Cent's best record ever. No telling how long this…

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Ben Elton John

Posted on September 28, 2005 Under Fashion

No name is ever unique and beneltonjohn.com a British company, has set out to prove this in a creative way. The shirts they design have names shared by famous people to produce funny, and sometimes uncomfortable results. The company says…

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Krudmart Rules

Posted on May 29, 2005 Under Fashion

Something about the summer time always makes me think of new t-shirts, and fresh gear-- and nothing feels better than supporting independent shops. For a long time I thought Krudmart was run by some mega-corporation--but I got a chance to…

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Google Gulp

Posted on April 1, 2005 Under Design

I'm not going to prank you all--i'm not that witty today--but Google sure is. Their prank, Google Gulp, is a riot. "Think fruity. Think refreshing. Think a DNA scanner embedded in the lip of your bottle reading all 3 gigabytes…

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