Toybotstudios has some great images taken of Nike's CEO, Mark Parker's office. They were taken in conjunction with the upcoming Whitewalls magazine interview. What a collection of toys and memorabilia!
Ground Release / Denmark from Ground Release
This is a great video of artists ROID, KEM5, SOTEN, TOWNS, OPIUM, DEMS & SCORE painting the same wall (7m tall x 55m long!) in Koge, Denmark at the beginning of this month... Ground Release is an international arts and culture exchange program based in London, their events bring multinational artists together to create unique and progressive global projects.
See the original post with the still images HERE...
"Andrew Jones has been heralded as "the apocalyptic art shaman". His work is a hybrid of academic training, emerging technology and the mystical experience, bringing together a mixture of archetypical mythology and spirituality. Beginning his career working with George Lucas at INDUSTRIAL LIGHT and MAGIC. In 2002, he then went on to materalize a new vision for Nintendos Metroid Prime series."
"Most recently, Andrew began performing live on-stage as a digital painter, touring with underground DJs and bands. In Andrew's Live painting he searches to capture the invisible energetic elements of life that no photo or video camera are capable of reflecting."
See more HERE....
This show from Jeremy Geddes at the Jonathan Levine Gallery will be amazing. If I could, I would want to own an original or two from this guy. His works are so incredibly life-like and dream-like , all at the same time.....
The Pool was more than a BMX comp, it was one of the most extra-ordinary gatherings of the BMX community this century.
From the draining of a soon to be demolished local authority swimming pool in Dagenham, East London, into a world class park in less than two weeks was a feat in itself, but to see the diversity and level or riding on display at the launch event was truly remarkable.
40 international riders with a brand new team format saw non-comp riders, veterans, street destroyers and park animals all throw down into something far better than we could have dreamt of.
Sasquatch from Senseless Records asked myself and Probs if we'd like to go and paint a couple walls in the old SE One nightclub (which was occupied 4 weeks ago) in preparation for his insanely good Bass-drenched squat party on Saturday night, called Pachanga. Many thanks to the Hooked Blog crew who came down to chill and take some pics!