Wednesday, December 31, 2008

super fun...

Tuesday, December 30, 2008


Tuesday, December 23, 2008


Monday, December 22, 2008

happy holidays.


Wednesday, December 17, 2008


This is amazing!!!! He even speaks Patois.

From Jamie Foord's Vimeo page.

Derek was born & raised in Bristol, & during the late 50's & early 60's fell in love with the music & culture of the West Indian immigrants moving to Britain. He picked up the lingo by hanging around in barber shops & listening, and picked up the groove by buying & selling reggae records around the country.

Now in his late 60's Derek tours the country armed only with a backpack full of killer tunes, his bus pass & an unquenchable thirst for real ale.

DJ Derek pt. 1 from Jamie Foord on Vimeo.

DJ Derek pt. 2 from Jamie Foord on Vimeo.

Monday, December 15, 2008

new site.

No new information here (yet). But I got inspired last week, saw some stencil over paper inspired madness and got into it. Also why i flipped everything to green. I couldn't get the background the right color yet.

i'm sleepy.

from some blog, forgot which. so cool.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

oh new york...

James Murphy actually created, so good.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008


so hawt.

I am so glad to hear that soul music is making a come back.

The real soul music. (Although I love that Adidas used that Pilooski edit of Beggin', so maybe I am glad that old music is making a comeback?).

Anyways, Mayer Hawthorne is killing it with his vocals over a looped up tramp drums beat in his release for Stones Throw (check youtube), but this podcast is perfect as well.

Mayer Hawthorne debuted on Stones Throw recently with "Just Ain't Gonna Work Out", printed on a red, heart-shaped 45. His next single is "Maybe So, Maybe No" coming in 2009. 

Friday, November 21, 2008

fun products.

Lots of ideas here...

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

so good.

my friend sent me this a few years ago, forgot who did it, but its
really amazing...

Monday, November 10, 2008

country new wave.

0:31 wait for it.

Friday, November 7, 2008


a new gift from from our french friends.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

cool new magazine maker.

friends over at nanospore are using this site called to create a portfolio.

cool other stuff on site.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

amazing section of the new KAWS show at gering lopez.

Wonderful show from November 6 to December 23.

Definitely check it out if in NYC.

Congrats Brian, it really looks great!

Monday, November 3, 2008

cool pic my dad took.

our wacky neighbor.

Ancient & Contemporary
Hours 24/7, by Appointment

the changes. eindhoven.

Friends over at P.A.M. in Melbourne sent me pictures of their newest
show as "The Changes" in Eindhoven.

Looks amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!

Way to go guys!

Saturday, November 1, 2008

kitchen deejay, what?

My funny halloween spot. Huge mixing console, turntable under a compressor, back in front of the freezer. Fun nite though!

Friday, October 31, 2008

the new nyc subway line.

Apparently designed by Sol LeWitt.


my email pics setting wasn't working. trying it out.

Need a ride?
Bike with stripper pole. East Village

scien and klor new shirts.


Here there is a preview from our new "BANDIT-1$M" FALL WINTER 08 line.

All our teeshirts are printed by the official NHL & Major League BaseBall

Our teeshirts are also 100% made in the U.S.A.
each design is limited to 50 pieces.

so cool.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

djing at lit thurs 11pm.

Djing this Thursday at LIT, 2nd ave NYC, with Tim Biskup for a pictoplasma pre-party! Come through!

I'm playing everything.

Friday, August 22, 2008

nike sportswear opening.

Thursday, August 21, 2008


so excitement.

I am really excited, adidas is reissuing a pair of shoes I have only seen twice on eBay, and always not in my size. I have always wanted these.

Perfect for summer 09.


Tuesday, August 19, 2008

opus forty.

As mentioned in my previous post, we went to this place outside of
Woodstock, NY this weekend called opus40.

From their website-
"About one hundred miles from New York City, tucked into a pocket of
the Catskills near Saugerties, lies one of the most extraordinary
pieces of sculpture ever created by a single man. The work is an
immense composition of finely fitted stone, rising in ramps and
swirling terraces around pools and trees and fountains out of the
rock bed of an abandoned bluestone quarry. It spreads out over more
than six acres. "

Created by Harvey Fite who spent almost 40 years sculpting this in
his backyard. It is all dry fitted rock (means it is laying loose,
no mortar).

To think someone spent almost 40 years of their life building this
and died while adding more to it, is just phenomenal. One of the most
magical places I have ever been to. It is amazing that this is
so unknown in NYC, this should be on EVERY weekend get away guide.

I hope Strath has some room on his list of things to see before they
move. Go check it out, it is only open during the summer.


Christine and I went upstate over the weekend to visit Miki. Her and
Bob are staying in this amazing old boarding house in the Catskills
for the summer. They are house sitting and helping to show it to
potential buyers.
The girls had a nice Badminton match, I watched. Then we did some outdoor
bbq on Sunday night, with veggies fresh from the local
24 hour farmers market.