Thursday, December 10, 2009

|:| Young Turqs |:|








Turquoise - Pantone's colour for 2010.

|:| Nara Lot |:|








I'm not sure about this being on a towel but any
works of Yoshitomo Nara get my vote.
You can hook yourself up a towel by him and a
host of others over at Works On Whatever.

|:| The Dark Side |:|








I'm not sure what it is but there is something
about these Adidas Stormtrooper trainers
that I'm liking.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

|:| No Table Turns |:|








I like this idea but I can't imagine it's
too good for the records.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

|:| B-have |:|








For some reason Agnes B has teamed up with Toy2R
to create some Qees and I quite like the results.
Only available at the stores though it seems.

|:| Black Whole Styles |:|








I've meant to post this a while ago but forgot, oops.
Recent press has reminded me to let you know just
how sterling the Big Dada Podcasts are.
Done by none other that your friend and maybe mine,
Mr A La Fu.

Monday, November 9, 2009

|:| Going Downtown |:|








Another documentary I'd like to check out is
New York arts, fashion and culture film "Downtown Calling".
Debbie Harry narrates it, with the list of people
involved too many to mention but just too
good
to miss.

|:| Dying |:|








These Peöple are hosting a viewing of the
documentary "Died Young Stayed Pretty"
on Thursday at 7pm in the ECA.
£2 gets you in. Should be good.

* Unconfirmed if this is just for students?

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

|:| Warriors |:|








Tomorrow night Under The Stairs hosts
the opening of a photo exhibition by
Graham Tait called "Coney Island".
Get yourself down for a drink and
goosey gander.

|:| Zines |:|








On Monday 16th November The Bowery
host a night with reading and talks from
Joey Comeau and Mike Saturday Lecky,
who is founder of Loose Teeth Press.
It also hosts a 'zine fayre too.
Worth a look.

Monday, November 2, 2009

|:| Mo Mo Mo, How Do You Like It |:|








I've always been a fan of the facial furniture
and this November Rockstar Games is sponsoring
men's health charity Movember.
It's for a good cause and I'll be trying my hardest
to grow and semblance of lip plummage.

If you'd like to sponsor me that would be well
appreciated and you can go

here

to contribute.
Any donations are welcomed.

Also, if anyone is interested in participating
themsleves I think you can still register
and Rockstar is hosting a comp for the best
mosutachioed fella to become a character in
Red Dead Redemption.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

|:| Views |:|








Another interview with Lionel from Sixpack.
Where he finds the time I'll never know.

|:| I'm Bad |:|








Ok, I am a bit late in posting this but
tomorrow night (30th Oct) Pageant are
hosting a new show in Edinburgh
called "Bad Dudes Vs. Dragon Ninja"
which features a whole host of good
people showing work. Amongst them
is Mr Matt Pattinson.

|:| It's Grand|:|








Well Grand Theft Auto : Episodes From Liberty City
is on the shelves now so go grab yourself a copy.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

|:| Market It The Diary |:|








A new craft fair is on in The Bowery here
is Edinburgh called MarchéMarché begins
this Saturday (24th October).
It features a whole bunch of people involved
like Susie, Analogue and Lizzy Stewart so pop
past if you're in town.

Monday, October 19, 2009

|:| Audiotainment |:|








Over in Glasgow my friend A'La Fu has some new
sonic selections from his VaVafesto.
Radio Magnetic has the shows on the DL.

|:| In A... |:|








Well it's taken plenty of time but look, a new Haze site.

|:| I Got The SBlues |:|








Now don't you step on them.

|:| Ghost World |:|








Those Agents Of Change are at getting up North
transforming the walls of a derelict buildings in
Argyll in the Ghostvillage Project and it's looking
very nice.

|:| Sale Away |:|








This Saturday, Sunday and Monday the good people
of Focus are inviting you along to Cabaret Voltaire
to help clear some of their stock in a three day sale.
Get a hammer to yer piggy bank!

Friday, October 9, 2009

|:| MiTunes #13 |:|








I guess #13 is unlucky as I've been off work the last
two days ill, lovely cough, sore joints etc etc.
Anyways here's the last five tunes from my sickbed.

1. Atlas Sound - "Walkabout"
2. Busdriver - "Split Seconds (Between Nannies And Swamis)"
3. Karen O And The Kids - "All Is Love"
4. Clinic - "Lee Shan"
5. Nancy Sinatra - "Fridays Child"

|:| Girls! Girls! Girls! |:|








More new trailers from work for "Grand Theft Auto:
Episodes from Liberty City". Anticipation building
this time in the form of "There's Always A Girl".
Check it out.

|:| Fresh Cotton |:|








The second London store by British label Albam is
now open at 111a Commercial Street.
Pop in, pick up some finery and say hello to my good
friend Christophe while you're in there.

|:| Did You Hear |:|








Closer to home but still with a French connection,
Analogue Books hosts a new show by Jean Julien
called "Knock Knock". It opens tonight and runs
until 13th November.

|:| No Secret |:|








The Lazy Dog in Paris always has good shows on
and the "The Secret Of Life" by Geneviève Gauckler
will be up there for sure. It runs until the 31st October.

|:| The Sheets Of New York |:|








I like the way Imago handled the animation for
the Turkish edition of the New York Times.
Check it out here.

|:| Toying |:|








Nothing more to say than TokiDoki for Karl Lagerfeld.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

|:| Traffic Diversion |:|








I've finally had a chance to add a few new works
up on my own site. Have a captain hook at them here.

|:| Advertising |:|








I'm looking forward to seeing Doug Prays new film
"Art & Copy". Not sure when it will finally hit these
shores but it'll no doubt be good when it does.

|:| Did They? No They Didn't! |:|








I didn't think I could find this guy a bigger idiot
until I clocked him appearing in this ridiculous
sounding show.
Great quote (Dyer about Vicious) -

"People would come just to see him but why?
What was it about this guy? He was talentless really."

I think that sums up Dyers career too.

|:| Odyssey |:|








A new show by Futura has a brief run in Berlin
this month. "Odyssey Two", features old and new
works spanning over the last 20 years of his career.
It can be seen at Münzstr. 19 from September 24 – 27th.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

|:| Love Liberty |:|








Work in the office has been very busy of recent hence
this site has taken a bit of a back seat.
Here's one of the main reasons.

|:| Favours |:|








Vicki used to reside in the 'deen many years ago and
has since done some pretty nice illustrations which
can now adorn silky goodies in her new project,
Silken Favours. Have a look.

Saturday, August 22, 2009

|:| ILoveEames |:|








Who doesn't like the Eames LCW chair and I think
this version by iLoveDust is pretty nice.

|:| Give Them Liberty |:|








I'm thinking someone might like these.
Super and Liberty glasses.

|:| Punch Dunk |:|








I'm thinking yes.

Monday, August 17, 2009

|:| Phonic Friends |:|








Tommy and co at FOUND have created a musical
cabinet full of audio tricks called Cybraphon.
Motivated by it's mood, which relies on input from
the virtual world. See, hear and influence it here.

|:| It Lives |:|








A wee collective output organized by Godiva here
in Edinburgh has opened for the festival.
Go Reborn features all sorts of creativeness and lives
above the Ingleby Gallery on Calton Road and runs
until 31st August.

|:| Gimme Six |:|








The hardest working men in France have updated
their website and the new Sixpack line is even stronger
than usual with a broader line of cloth.

|:| Fly Tippin |:|








The new edition of Arkitip is due out soon and will
feature the works of Steven Harrington.
Never not busy and always giving the goods it'll be
another issue worth a look.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

|:| Black Again |:|








"Megadef" is a new show of works by those
dark knights O.Two and SheOne.
It's hosted in Out Of Step, 95 Rivington St,
London and starts on Thursday 30th July.
Well worth a look.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

|:| Friction ||








Analogue
hosts the launch of "We Are The Friction" which
is a combined illustration/literary book put together by
Edinburgh based Sing Statistics. There is a whole host of
people involved and the opening also has a show of all the
work in the book on display so it should be a good production.
The opening is on Thursday 23rd July from 7pm.

|:| Rest In Pictures |:|








Julius Shulman - 1910 - 2009 - R.I.P

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

|:| MiTunes #12 |:|








1. Black Sabbath - "N.I.B"
2. Arsonists - "Geembo's Theme"
3. Bad Brains - "Sacred Love"
4. Frank Fairfield - "I Wish I Was A Mole In The Ground"
5. Beck - "Lord Only Knows"

|:| Dashed |:|








Dash Snow - 1981 - 2009 - R.I.P

|:| 3Dazed |:|








3D is certainly hot right now what with the all
the new films coming out in these days.
The new issue of Dazed & Confused also has a
feature which should jump off the pages.

|:| Master Control |:|








At least I'm not the only geek out there that find this
revamped printer a pretty nice idea.

Monday, July 13, 2009

|:| 15 Seconds Of Force |:|








If I had known earlier I would have definatley wanted
some of this and I'm looking forward to seeing
the end result.

|:| Rock Outdoors |:|








Sundays are the only days that Country File can get away
with but at 52m 55s Julia Bradbury went up in my estimations.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

|:| MiTunes #11 |:|








1. Galaxie 500 - "Flowers"
2. Tame One feat. Aesop Rock & Breeze Brewin - "Molly"
3. The Velvet Underground & Nico - "Heroin"
4. Skream - "Rutten"
5. TV On The Radio - "Heroes"