Watch Shepard Fairey @ Studio No. 2

Posted on August 10, 2009 Under Art

Since Obama is now in his second hundred days (or twentieth business week, twelfth fortnight...) and people aren't flocking to buy Hope related merchandise, you'd think that Shepard Fairey could take a nice summer vacation. But Arktip found the artist…

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Nike SB: Debacle

Posted on June 25, 2009 Under Art

When word starting hitting the hypebeast sites that Nike was getting into skateboarding, there were plenty of doubters. Afterall, what does a company built on the waffle racer and Air Jordan's know about the (pseudo) underground sport of skateboarding? The…

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James Jarvis x Nike Onwards

Posted on April 23, 2009 Under Art

British illustrator and designer vinyl pioneer, James Jarvis, has teamed up with Nike for a whimsical non-linear animation. The project was proposed and produced by Jarvis with the end result being, he hopes, "a much more equal collaboration with a…

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Posted on April 8, 2009 Under Life

Whether you fancy yourself an elite member of the Twitterati or you'd rather just give your friends information on a need to know basis, there's absolutely no denying the ubiquity of the hottest microblogging technology since someone posted a twitpic…

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Playing For Change

Posted on March 24, 2009 Under Music

Smiles are sure to abound for North American audiences of Playing for Change as the musical extravaganza goes on tour this week. The multimedia, artist-driven effort is working to promote peace and music education through collaboration and live performances of…

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BMW Art Cars

Posted on March 20, 2009 Under Art

In the mid 70s BMW began asking artists to paint their cars, getting the likes of Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Esther Mahlangu to turn racers into artwork. You can take a look at the art cars from 1975 to…

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Murakami x Guggenheim Bilbao

Posted on March 18, 2009 Under Art

Takashi Murakami, the Japanese artist who makes intriguing work out of cartoon mushrooms and whose style we most covet, currently has a retrospective going on at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. The best part is SuperTouch is giving us a personal…

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Posted on March 10, 2009 Under Music

There's a lot of musical ability floating around on the Internet, so why not put them together for a little jam session? Enter Kutiman, a YouTube mixmaster who turns brilliant yet unsuspecting artists into bandmates on his website ThruYou. The…

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Sickboy Interview Video

Posted on March 6, 2009 Under Art

Remember way back when we interviewed Sickboy? Well, when I showed up for the interview I was informed that it was part of a little promotional documentary. Not really being dressed for the occasion I'm glad I didn't end up…

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Vanilla Ice Apologizes

Posted on March 6, 2009 Under Life

Is Vanilla Ice trying to make his third (or is it fourth?) comeback? From "Ice Ice Baby" to his brief hardcore rocker image, to appearing on the Surreal Life, Robert Van Winkle has made a career out of, well, pretty…

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