Road Trip USA

Gabriel Menassier recently took a trip throughout the USA and put together a wonderful video documenting his travels. It clocks in at just under four minutes beginning in New York, before moving on to the west coast and finally concluding in Las Vegas. Sit back and enjoy. via Whudat Read more...

New Mural by M-City in Poland

M-City recently completed his latest mural in the small town of Jarocin, located in central Poland. The Polish artist completed this large mural of a broken cassette tape in two days, which most likely references the Jarocin Music Festival, one of the largest and most important rock festivals in the ’80s. More after the jump. Read more...

Carhartt WIP 2012 Fall/Winter T-Shirts

Last week we checked out the lookbook from Carhartt’s Fall/Winter collection, and today we present you with their latest set of t-shirts. Again, the selection is vast, offering nearly 50 new graphics designed by the likes of zeek&destroy, Will Kemp, Doubleday & Cartwright, Alessandro Zuek Simonetti, Playarea, Peter Kottmann, and more. Check out all the new t-shirts after the jump. Read more...

Daily Video: Gangrene “Drink Up” feat. Roc Marciano

brightcove.createExperiences(); Back in January, Gangrene dropped their second full-length, highly impressive album Vodka & Ayahuasca. Nearly eight months in and we still have the LP on regular rotation. And in case you forgot just how dope the duo of Oh No and Alchemist is, check out their latest video for Drink Up, featuring Roc Marciano. Read more...

Matthias Heiderich ‘Spektrum Zwei’

German photographer, Matthias Heiderich continues his ongoing Spektrum series, capturing minimal images of Berlin’s buildings and landscapes. His latest set of images are currently on display at San Francisco’s Carte Blanche Gallery as part of his solo show, Spektrum, which just opened last Friday and runs up until mid-September. “Viewed together or individually, each of Heiderich’s images transform the banality and universality of buildings into a mosaic of geometrical shapes, reconstructing the world we live in into an abstract canvas of lines, patterns, angular compositions, and vibrant colors.  Saturated to the limits of reality, Heiderich’s prints, emerging directly from a 1980s color palette and influenced by 1950s and 1960s color photography and polaroid images, look at an industrial past, with a present freshness and optimism for the future.” More after the jump. Read more...