Showing posts from November, 2016


Armageddon started; I guess it wasn't that hard to missIt didn't trip the alarm on ya hybrid carbon footprint The darts are rigged and i'm a big fan of carbs and the artist Prince Theres a marginal risk that ya cards won't hit It's like tryna borrow a barbecue rib from a starving kid Be thankful if ya stars are lit Or ya might get caught between the Charmin and shit The armor fits to stay outta harms grip But karmas a bitch so when your heartbeat quits Consider all the death you've invested with The shoes, the booze, the phone; that you textin' with Disrespecting gets second amendmented But the species still seem to be trendin' From the friend zone all the way to the kremlin The devil give a fuck about a flag; or an emblem Things ain't been the same since Trayvon, shit Things ain't been the same since Reagan; wait Ain't a single thing change from the days When the gods went crazy and broke the language


"AS ARTISTS, WE TAKE ACTION, WE CRYSTALLISE AN INSTANT AT TIME T. WE CRAFT A MESSAGE THAT BEARS WITNESS TO WHAT’S GOING ON AT THAT PRECISE MOMENT." -KONGO {he decorated the delicate parts of a stainless steel tourbillon for the Swiss watch brand Richard Mille; the watch, which became available in June, retails for $800,000. “It was a fantastic technical challenge, because we sometimes work with elements that are a tenth or a hundredth of a millimeter,” said Mr. Mille, the watch brand’s founder. “Our objective was to produce the precision of painting in a very, very small scale.” To create the timepieces, the company first spent six months creating a special airbrush that would control the distribution of minute amounts of brightly hued paint.}


{the recent Go Paint Day at The Fabrication Yard was a welcome relief for graffiti artists eager to show Dallas: We aren't who you think we are. The Dallas Morning News ( ) reports the West Dallas property's old metal buildings, tight alleyways and giant brick "free wall" provide a place where taggers have free rein to express themselves. "We need more places like this," said Melissa Gannaway, a frequent visitor to The Fabrication Yard in Trinity Groves. Another artist at the event, who would only provide his tagger name, "Lefts," said street art is his form of worship and the best outlet he knows to relieve stress. "This is church for me," he said. "This is my way of getting all my emotions inside and putting them out." Kirk Garnett, one of Go Paint Day's organizers, said he's seen the art form mature since he grew up creating graffiti-style art in Chicago. "The culture of graffiti is ev


{twice a week becomes  Art 42 , France’s first museum devoted to street art, featuring 150 works from 50 artists, including Banksy, Shephard Fairey and JR. Nicolas Laugero-Lasserre, 41, a longtime street art collector and the head of ICART, an art management school in Paris, reached out to the academy’s founders soon after it opened and offered his collection to be displayed (for free) throughout the school’s three floors. He estimates the art to be worth hundreds of thousands of euros. The collection had already been the subject of some 40 public exhibitions in small to medium cultural institutions, galleries and fairs across the country before it took up residence in Ecole 42.}