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The Prophiles: Lady GaGa

March 28, 2010 March 28: 1,771 years ago today De Pascha Computus commemorated the Nativity, birth of a man – son of God – who brought mankind from the darkness of sin; today, we commemorate the birth of a woman – deity of Pop – who brought a generation from the dark ages of social oblivion. On this day, ancient Romans celebrated the production of the Sun[...]

Disposable Media Is Funny, Because That’s All It Is

Disposable Media is funny, because that’s all it is. Disposable Media. Snapchat is disposable media. And you fall into the dark ages, because it’s disposable, and media is a representation of your culture. So when you feed into disposable media, you’re feeding into disposable culture, and you wonder why kids have no appreciation for anything, beyond th[...]

Purity Ring Breaks the Cycle with Sophomore LP "Another Eternity"

When Edmonton duo Purity Ring released their debut album, Shrines, in 2012, the internet basically exploded. The twosome—made up of vocalist Megan James and multi-instrumentalist Corin Roddick—delivered a brand new style of music that combined singsong vocals with minimalist production, coined as “future pop” by the bigwigs of the music blogosphere. Everyone[...]

Lyrically Speaking: Micah Freeman feat Father "The Red"

  Good music speaks volumes… rather than impose analysis, step back and expose linguistic artistry… listen, look, and linger in fantastic rhythmic reality: lyrically speaking.   I'm coming down with a case of boogie Tell me, what am I to do? My suit is tailored and my girl's good-looking So what is it to you? When I try with all my mig[...]

Lyrically Speaking: "Youthless" – Beck

Good music speaks volumes… rather than impose analysis, step back and expose linguistic artistry…  listen, look, and linger in fantastic rhythmic reality: lyrically speaking "Youthless" - Modern Guilt (2008) There's a bottomless pit that we've been climbing from Just to get on level ground Shake your seasick legs around Dead of winter in a logo town [...]

Britney Tweets 2007: Ep. 3

because if ifs and ands were pots and pans there’d be no betta work for tinker’s hands, because pink wigs birthed millennial whiplash, because it’s the rhyme behind seasonal reason, because you’re not B and will never see it her way… because Britney didn’t have Twitter in 2007, because the traphaus was birthed in the wake of Kevin, because Miss Spears will r[...]

Victor Koroma Is A Photographer That Thinks Like A Painter #WhatABeautifulMess

"A Beautiful Mess" is Los Angeles based photographer Victor Koroma's artistic play on advertising ability to make certain products seem more appealing than they really are. Through carefully designed, aesthetic pleasing exterior packaging advertising companies deceive, trick and lure consumers. Victor is a photographer that thinks like a painter. To creat[...]


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Made in Iran

I found these images of NYC based, Iranian street artists Icy and Sot's debut exhibition Made In Iran. Hailing from the city of Tabriz in North West Iran, brothers Icy and Sot continued on their creative crusade to traverse pre-conceived perceptions of traditional Iranian art’s brevity through their highly intricate yet striking stencil artworks that peopled[...]

Can It All Be So Simple?

Cooped up in his London studio, Dale Edwin Murray spends another day scavenging through the infinite lands of cyberspace, patiently waiting for a likable idea to spontaneously present itself. It does, eventually, and henceforth the work journey begins; Hours, days, weeks later, the click of a button concludes the process and voila, the piece is ready for s[...]

Hide your dictators, kill your idols...

Pete Kirill's North Korea oil series investigates the relationship between communism and capitalism by representing both ideologies on canvas. The Miami based neo-pop artist highlights the parallels between dictator worship and celebrity idolization, anchored by the physical gestures of the enigmatic, iron-fisted North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il. Kirill's w[...]

For Someone That Keeps A Dream Journal And Has A Slight Obsession With Bob Dylan, Tyler Varsell's Discoveries are Shockingly Serendipitous

"A man's errors are his portals of discovery." - James Joyce Tyler Varsell is a young collage and mixed media artist from CT who focuses on themes of identity, separation, eros, and serendipitous discovery. After graduating from the University of Hartford in 2011 with a Bachelor's Degree in Multimedia Web Design & Development (concentration in M[...]