Introduction: Above on Walrus TV Comments | Dec 04 2009
A great introduction by Walrus TV to artist Above. The film is full of inspiration and goodness. I’ve loved his work for a while and it’s great to get some more insight on who he is!
Yaya, i know as of light all i’ve been doing is posting either nothing or youtube videos. I’ve been super busy and can’t really spend time uploading infinity mp3’s and making post art work and writing critical thought provoking articles on business, design, current culture or fashion. Eventully i’ll get backinto it but at this time i gotta keep hammering out the internet so you can have a place to wast your time… or read my blog…
Does this make me a bad blogger what i just wrote? possibly, but i’m all about transparency so maybe you’ll love me just a little bit more now…
Yallz should prolly check out theNEWblog for its seemingly relevent content. The blog covers everything from film, fashion, art, music etc. So take a gander. The video is know a little old but still interesting. It is just a collection of “what’s hot” right now.. enjoi
Official Selection- Sundance Film Festival
Starring Gavin McInnes and Ray Chao
Directed by Chadd Harbold
Written by Bryan Gaynor
Produced by Mary Beth Minthorn, Dan Berk, and Bryan Gaynor
Vincent Allen (Gavin McInnes) has a doctors appointment, and wants to get in and out as quickly as possible. But Dr. Wong, stubbornly clinging to his Hippocratic oath, insists on actually examining him. Vincent spends the session viciously tearing into the doctor he is bitter, angry, and volatile. But the doctor isnt easily fazed, and just might be able to help him with his asshole problems.
Gavin has also done a few other short films with Last Pictures which I have put below. Enjoi
I’ve been kinda MIA this past month so hopefully this post will partially make up for it. I was finishing the last of exams and projects of my degree and now I am done. Feeling kinda empty here is a range of tracks that have gotten me through the past weeks day and night. The only thing missing from this post is the copious amounts of Vente coffees that I consumed…I don’t even want to begin to try and count. Anyways enjoy the music rollercoster of House, Ghetto, Crunk, Electronic, B-More and what ever else I threw in here. I understand its not the best practice to just list links to myspace pages for the mp3’s I’ve posted but quite frankly there’s to many artists for me to transcribe their history and beliefs to so lets get started: