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August 30, 2008
August 29, 2008
amazing find of the day ! via droseph von dropherson
2 whole flickr pages of photographing squirrels w descriptions for each one
go there, its gold !!
so many more……….
Graffiti on scantily clad girls. Need we say more? Fine. “Fetish Bubblegirls” presents the work of internationally recognized graffiti artist Tilt in an unabashedly new, colorful, and playful volume. One could argue for a strong parallel that exists between the classic graffiti writing’s extensive use of bubbly, curvaceous shapes and the female form. The French born graf writer obsessively explores these tensions and parallels as he explores the world in search of beautiful ‘canvases’ on which to execute his art. Although this mission straddles the globe, there is a common thread that emerges as the most striking detail of the project – the openness and balance between innocence and playfulness and sexuality and the highly charged environment that all of the models inhabit. 112 Pages, Paperback, 6 1/2” x 8 3/4” by Gingko Press.
my newest crush www.myspace.com/jamespants is going to be here in sept @ the museum !!!
get this mix because it is unbelieveable, free to stream or podcast. if you need me to send you an mp3 axe me.
one of my fave songs
James Pants – We’re Through
James Pants – Cosmic Rapp
THE YEAR IS 2001 AND THE PLACE IS TEXAS. Stones Throw head honcho Peanut Butter Wolf is DJing while a sharply dressed young man approaches the DJ Booth with his Prom date in tow to formally introduce himself. Thus begins the story of James Pants.
What began as a dream Prom night to see his hero DJ went to an internship at the label to eventually landing the ultimate fantasy by being signed to the roster and championed as the ‘next big thing’ by none other than Peanut Butter Wolf himself – on top of critics like Busy P, Urb, XLR8R, & Dazed & Confused Magazines.
Mr. Pants is a purveyor par excellence of that unmistakable “fresh beat”: 80’s Soul, Electro Boogie, Early Rap, New Wave, & Post-Punk Disco, all of which can be found on Welcome where James plays drums, keys, guitar and sings.
From a radio perspective, what format does this fall under – this new style that Pants has invented? Do you play it on the groove alongside the likes of Skyy, Cameo, or even Pharrell (listen to ‘KA$H’)? Or do you play it in the underground alongside the up-to-the-minute electro pulse of Egyptian Lover, Cybotron and even Too $hort? The answer, of course, is both! There’s enough Pants to fit any style.