Obey to Release Letterpress of the First ‘Star Icon’ Graphic

Shepard Fairey originally made the Star Icon in January of 1996 as he was transitioning into a period of work inspired by Russian Constuctivist Propaganda posters. The print seen above was the first print he made using the star image which was an edition of 90, of which only a small percentage was sold, with the remainder either plastered on the streets or damaged. To pay homage to this graphic, Obey will be releasing a two-colour letterpress variation printed on 100% cotton Letter pape with deckled edges. An edition of 400, they measure 10″ x 13″ and will go on sale for $65 through Obey’s online shop on May 21st. More images below. Read more...

Heroin ‘Video Nasty’ Trailer with Rogie

A few months back we got a look at the first trailer from Heroin’s soon-to-be-released full-length DVD, Video Nasty. And while that initial clip had its fair share of falls, bails and fails, this latest one featuring Rogie has nothing but the scenes of the Northern Englishman missing every trick and furiously screaming, breaking his boards, and in general losing his shit. Read more...

Daily Video: Queens of the Stone Age “Keep Your Eyes Peeled”

Queens Of The Stone Age have a new album on the way next month titled Like Clockwork, and this week they premiered a video for the latest single, Keep Your Eyes Peeled, which is an animated clip that follows a dirty and disheveled dude who strolls the streets of post-apocalyptic landscape, happily punching heads off mutants randomly. Check it out above. Read more...