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Shlomo's Beatbox Adventure for Kids, at Udderbelly (review)

Simon Shlomo Kahn jumps onto the Udderbelly stage with a big microphone in his hand looking more like Simon Bird in Friday Night Dinner (and my brother as a younger man) than a beatboxing champion and world recordbreaker who has worked with Ed Sheeran, Damon Albarn and Björk to name a handful of many. 738 more words


"From California to Italy" Collegium shoes

Collegium Shoes are the next big thing, designed in sunny California and made in Italy. These shoes provide a certain aesthetic to the artisan craft, as well as fashion couture. 272 more words


What Graffiti Artists Look Like In Their Native Environment

They look like this California Quail, quailizing a deer fence on a vineyard. Graffiti artists treat the inorganic streets organically in the same way to humanize it. 83 more words


Freedom is everything. Each year, approximately 180,000 people are booked into the L.A. County Jail in Los Angeles.

What will you do with your piece today?


L.A. Stories

A "Classic Reintroduction" to Ty Naps.

Ty Naps is a 20 year old lyrical genius from San Dimas, CA. Growing up near Ty, on the outskirts of Los Angeles County, I know how it feels to be raised in an area where you can feel stuck and want nothing more than to show your sleeping talents to the world. 151 more words


Street Art: Vaults Waterloo

Photo credit to moi & credit to all the talented street artists! Photographs taken using an iPhone 6/ edited via Facebook and Instagram.


Yeeooow! Want a copy of FRUiTS for free? I’ll send you it for a laugh.

Last December I wrote an article for DAZED about the apparent decline of fashion subcultures on the streets of Tokyo. 229 more words