Category Archives: Art

Kings + Queens (Trailer) | Curtiss King

On the heels of his recent performance at the highly coveted Paid Dues Festival 2012,
southern Cali (Inland Empire) emcee and producer Curtiss King presents a trailer for his upcoming documentary
“Kings + Queens” documenting his road to Paid Dues directed, edited, and shot by Pasqual Gutierrez.

Stay posted for the full length documentary!
Continue reading

FUCT 20 Year Visual Exhibition | Union [10.27.11]

I could feed you my perspective or I could let you form your own. Here it is directly from the IT brand itself.

Union Los Angeles is proud to present the FUCT 20 Year Visual Exhibition on Thursday October 27 2011 at 7pm. The exhibition will be held at Union (110 South La Brea Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036).

Erik Brunetti defined rebelliousness for the Generation X of skate boarders and street wear consumers, through unconventional and often controversial designs and ad campaigns released under his brand name FUCT.

FUCT got it’s initial push shortly after it’s conception, when New York City’s UNION took notice to the brand and offered to become it’s exclusive US retailer. This was 1991.
FUCT is celebrating its 20 year anniversary with a visual exhibition presenting selected works (released and unreleased) by artists who contributed to the brands visuals: Erik Brunetti, Pushead, Larry Clark, Wes Lang, Alexis Ross, Mr. Cartoon and many more. We will post more photos as the pieces are installed into UNION. Below is a couple to have a look at. Many more pieces to view at the exhibition.

Continue reading

RE:GENERATION | DJ Documentary [preview]

Ray Manzarek tells Rolling Stone of a new song he’s recorded with Robby Krieger and John Densmore, as well as popular DJ/producer Skrillex (Sonny Moore). The recording session and song are part of a new documentary film, RE:GENERATION, that recruited five popular DJs/producers to work with artists from five separate genres and had them record new music. A glimpse of the results are featured in the world premiere of the trailer(below). -Rolling Stone

Continue reading