Category Archives: Photography

DEAUPE Sh*t!

  DEAUPE [pronounced: dope] is a photographer and videographer, who hails from the Netherlands. I stumbled across DEAUPE’s “House of Balloons” video mix tape, on YouTube, about a month ago. I was blown away and instantly drawn to the cinematography and aesthetics of his work(s). No […]

Rocked with Hieroglyphics at Rock the Bells SF 2011!

Souls of Mischief is the true definition of Bay Area Hip hop. Bringing that smooth, conscious and lyrical word play, that never fails to grips your attention, and please your mind. We made our ways to the Shoreline amphitheater early for Souls of Mischief. “93’til […]

Rock The Bells 2011 in San Francisco.

Updated Nas video, after the pic gallery. Last Saturday, we headed towards Mountain View to The Shoreline Amphitheater and attended Rock the Bells 2011. I think its pretty dam funny that Mountain View is considered San Francisco, since it doesn’t resemble “SF” one bit. Either […]

SF Street Food Festival 2011

“The belly rules the mind.“.  –Spanish Proverb The 3rd annual SF Street Food Festival devoured the Mission District, of San Francisco, like a fat kid on a CrunchBar. [….Pun intended]. It was crackin’  at Folsom St.: from 22nd to 26th, 23rd to 25th, and from […]

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 […]

Protected: Stacker’s Kosher Images

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Last Night @ Lit Lounge, NYC

I just made an executive decision (yea, I do that shit?!) I should be putting out some of these rad pics from hanging out around town. Last night we hit Lit Lounge because friend and photographer Monica Felix loves to dance there. Upstairs was being […]

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 […]

Terry Richardson & Lady Gaga for Supreme

For over 16 years, Supreme has worked with some of this generation’s most cutting edge artists, designers, musicians, and photographers, who, to each his/her own have contributed in defining the unique identity and attitude of Supreme. At its core, Supreme is the home of New […]

Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito 20 year Anniversary

Last night Sauce, a couple friends and myself attended what was nothing short of an epic moment in the remembrance of what many would consider a golden era in HipHop. So many artists were there, on and off stage it was tough to keep track […]

Ashes & Snow

I first saw Gregory Colbert’s Ashes & Snow exhibit in March of 2007 in Tokyo. Since that time, I have been searching for the eloquence to capture the appreciation I have for this exhibit. I’ve come to realize that certain things, certain events, especially creations […]

T.I.T.S X ROCKSMITH FT. ASA AKIRA- RUB YOUR T.I.T.S

I saw the TITS booth at the Agenda Trade Show NYC: (scroll down to see interview with JonJon) these guys got some fucking heat coming out, if some of those tees would have been for sale I would have walked with at least 3. This […]

Video Games vs. Real Life

Designer and Illustrator Aled Lewis has been working on this creative set for 2 years. With various pictures from Sweden, London, Africa, Caribbean to the United States he has captured iconic images associated with their Video Game past. Check out our favorites; E-Honda from Street […]

Bill Cunningham New York

Ten years in the making, Richard Press’s Bill Cunningham New York opens at New York’s Film Forum on March 16, 2011. Bill Cunningham is a celebrated New York Times photographer. For decades, this cultural anthropologist has been obsessively and inventively chronicling fashion trends and high […]

NYC Agenda and Capsule Trade Show 2011

The forum where streetwear and action sports industries unite to let their lines speak for themselves. This year, The Chelsea Art Museum was transformed into a giant display for designers and brands to showcase upcoming material focusing on the east coast market. With the emphasis […]

Edwin De La Rosa photo viewing

BMX, open bar, a bunch of cool kids stacked on top of each other, a successful viewing is beautiful! – Omar

Hedi Slimane

Hedi Slimane, amongst other things is a tailor. In 2000 Hedi was appointed creative director of Dior; turning the notion of men’s clothing on it’s head, and creating the wildly successful Dior Homme. Using a slimmer silhouette and refreshed proportions, Hedi Slimane injected his personal […]

Point & Click

Learn how to snap. Step 1, get a camera. You’re spending a pretty dime on that ticket, so invest in a camera, particularly something you can simply point and click away. Your memory can take you far, but your photographs remind you of the places […]

Book with Wheels

Was given Bespoke: The Handbuilt Bicycle by Julie Laskey, a paperback showcasing successful branding and modern craftsmanship. Attentive photography and technical detail included. Pleased to find elements uncommon to the eye in the NW. Got any questions for an industry pro? Collecting for a conversation […]

Member Up, The NY MoMA

Did you miss Jonathan Monk’s 12 Album covers by The Smiths at the MoMA? Monk, opposed to staying within the confines of aesthetic appeal, ventures toward the realm of Conceptualism through the medium of watercolor on paper. Stylistic, yet tranquil, such as the work of […]