Category Archives: Film

Rudy’s Barbershop Documentary

Rudy’s Barbershop is a chain of barbershops founded in Seattle, Washington and located primarily on the West Coast. The first Rudy’s was opened by Alex Calderwood, David Petersen and Wade Weigel in 1992. They are known for their casual, retro-hip aesthetic. I’ve been going to […]

Drake Marvin’s Room

Drake recently dropped his video for Marvin’s Room, a new song from his upcoming sophomore album Take Care. The video opens up to Drake cruising to the hazy city lights, talking to a friend about her night out. Many scenes in which he’s wasted late […]

Alone in Vegas

It’s lonely at the top, especially in Las Vegas. As you can see in Pusha T’s latest video “Alone In Vegas”. Produced by Nottz  which was the closing track from his latest mixtape,“Fear Of God“. Check out the recently released video above. Directed By Orson […]

Talib Kweli – Mr. International

Watch Talib Kweli travel from London to Norway and everywhere in between in the video for “Mr. International” featuring Nigel Hall from his fourth studio album “Gutter Rainbows.” It’s awesome to see Talib Kweli’s music and influences across the globe. Much respect to Talib for […]

Aaron “Jaws” Homoki’s ollie

“April 7, 2011 Aaron “Jaws” Homoki’s ollie from the July 2011 cover of Thrasher. Louisville, KY. foto/edit: Cameron Sanchez birdhouseskateboards.com” Back in the day, I used to speculate how big the kids would go in “The Future”. Well this are pretty futuristic times, kids video […]

Altered Focus: Burma

Recently made public, Altered Focus: Burma was filmed in the summer of 2009, follows three film makers and skateboarders including Harmony and Analog UK rider Ali Drummond, as they travel across Yangon and Mandalay. The group were not only just tourist but volunteered time to […]

The Art of Letterpress Printing

In what some may call a dying art form, Naomie Ross celebrates the subtle beauty and craftsmanship of printing on an intimate scale. The short film combines great camera work, simple beats, and informative motion graphics. Simple and elegant. In recent years, collectors and aficionados […]

Kirby Kenny- a short by Jai Lennard

Jai Lennard, a New York photographer, designer, writer and all-around creative genius just sent over this amazing film he wrote, and stars the beautiful Kirby Kenny! The use of ambient noise and textured sound throughout the film is amazing; giving the video a great look […]

Basement Jaxx “Loose Ends”

This track from the Basement Jaxx duo was splashed across the interwebs today, go ahead and add movie score composer to their resume. It is a song that is featured in the movie Attack the Block which is also a debut for Director Joe Cornish, […]

The Wonder Year

9th wonder aka Patrick Douthit, began his career as the main producer for the hip hop group Little Brother, and has also worked with Mary J. Blige, Jean Grae, Lil Wayne, Wale, Jay-Z, MURS, Drake, Buckshot, Destiny’s Child, Obie Trice, Erykah Badu, Ludacris, David Banner, […]

URSA MAJOR AND THE SLOW DECLINE – Kat Larson

Ursa Major and the Slow Decline By Kat Larson New Video & Small Delights April 15 – May 14 Pun(c)tuation A new art exhibit featuring video performances, video stills and miniature sculptures by Northwest artist Kat Larson, “Ursa Major and the Slow Decline” opened recently. […]

Shlomo, Tokimonsta, Daedelus!

We were gracefully greeted by Shlomo with a couple of kind words, then the frequency was turned up. His approach and creativity was progressed as each bass line dropped. It was music to my ears, and really I’m really liking the kid. This was my […]

Kanye West’s “ok we get it” legendary theatrical Coachella Performance

“My biggest disappointment in life is not being able to see myself perform live.” After last night’s Coachella performance, Kanye may actually have a valid profound point. Ordinarily, for music festivals, especially ones held in deserts which are predominantly attended by thousands of joint rolling, […]

5Pointz “Institute of Higher Burnin”

In my recent travels to New York, I had the opportunity to catch up with the curator/founder of 5pointz! Meres One also known as Johnathan Cohan, has been the heart and soul of this MAD-ness. 5Pointz is seen as “graffiti mecca,” as well as the, […]

Akira Kurosawa’s Japan

There’s this old South Park episode, it’s called “Lice Capades.” It’s about a student at South Park Elementary who has lice. Throughout this episode, you follow a family of lice on their epic journey trying to survive the student’s attempt to clean his scalp and […]

Throwback: Empire Records

Last night, I was going through another bout of nostalgia and had the urge to watch the movie Empire Records. The 1995 flick stars Liv Tyler, Renée Zellweger, Ethan Embry, Robin Tunney, Johnny Whitworth and Rory Cochrane, just to name a few. I hadn’t watched […]

Freaks and Geeks

“Feaks & Geeks” is the first track I’ve heard from Childish Gambino. He recently released his video for “Freaks & Geeks” directed by Dan Eckman from his latest EP. Shot simply in a warehouse, focuses on the artist and his energetic style. Childish Gambino’s wordplay […]

Skateistan: To Live & Skate in Kabul

Last night I had dinner with the Vice President of the Philippines. We discussed foreign policy with journalists ranging from Time Magazine, U.S. News, to the Economist. There, I met the project director for Foreign Affairs Magazine who recently spent 8 months in Afghanistan attempting […]

Yuck – Get Away Video

One of our favorite bands Yuck has just released their new video titled “Get Away” directed by Michael. The music video portrays the band on the road, playing their music from town-to-town, and picking up a few unforgettable experiences along the way. Combined with abstract […]

2011 TV Style

Our Top 3 TV shows at the moment is Community on NBC, Skins on MTV, MAD MEN on AMC which coincidentally made it in GQ’s March Issue. From awesome surfwear to fitted suits, GQ covers the latest in American style that’s taking the fashion world […]