Thursday, February 19, 2009


Form & Funktion takes place every Wednesday in Pacific Beach (San Diego) at Johnny V's. This weekly affair is put together by SchugaRiver for artists of all forms. You can't beat $3 Drafts, $3 Wells, live painting, and live music!

Jenny Luttrull - (BELOW)

N.O.M.A.D. -

Mofo -

Ritz Boutique -

Thursday, February 12, 2009


The Robert Berman Gallery and Harley Davidson hosted a group show last Friday in Santa Monica, Ca. The theme of the show was The Art of Rebellion. A portion of the proceeds were donated to Art Matters, a foundation that assists new artists. It was crowded, the people were rude, and the pace to view the artwork was very fast. So that explains the blurry photos...sorry...
Shepard Fairey...
Alex Pardee...

Mark Dean Veca...

Shawn Barber...

Oliver Vernon...

Monday, February 2, 2009


This young Scottish born DJ/Producer has assembled quite a few mixes circulating across the blog world, and is creating a buzz around the electro scene. Grum is heavily influenced by disco, electro, breakbeat, and dance, mixing many club tracks that often get people moving to some degree. DJ's that adjust their own style into a good mixture of different genres are having the most success these days. Appeal to a wider audience? Good marketing strategy. Good music.

Grum has recently produced an E.P. with No Love Lost Records (NLLR) mixing artists such as Chic, Yelle, Felix da Housecat, Daft Punk, and Armand van Helden. In addition to those tracks, Grum features his exclusive tracks. Check out his crazy synthesized sounds.

Grum - NLLR Mixtape Project


Thursday, January 29, 2009


Street art has been more popular than ever in recent years, but Epoxy, Mr. Talion, Baveux & Kone of Berlin, Germany crafted something that is truly unique. The recreation of public advertisement that only a designer can appreciate. They merely wheat pasted the Photoshop interface over an ad that a few pop culture icons were displayed on. The simplicity is what makes it so clever. Their street art has meaning, and not just a revealing identity. Their message is simple, most of the glamorous people in ads are fabricated in some way or another.