CULTURE

  • Dec242015

    Pornaments by the Dirty Flirty Novelty Company

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    Christmas is always a special time of year, and why not make it even more so, by decorating your XXX-mas tree, with some of the best holiday ornament series, eloquently named , Pornaments, from those visionary geniuses at the now defunct Dirty Flirty Novelty Company.

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  • Dec242015

    Listen: Grand Central Translations a mix by Qool DJ Marv

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    An absolute gem of an album, mixed by Phili based Qool DJ Marv.

    Comprised solely of artists and song titles produced from the once great and now defunct, Grand Central Records.

    Grand Central Records were responsible for breeding countless UK underground acts, from Rae & Christian, to Mr Scruff, as well as none other than AIM.

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  • Dec222015

    Looking back on Channel U

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    Was listening to Imperial Squad’s memorable classic, Just a Link, and it brought me back to the Channel U days, where anyone can be famous.

    It is a music channel, focusing on playing upcoming UK urban/grime/hip-hop music and has helped the breakthrough for acts such as Tinchy Stryder, Tinie Tempah, Dizzee Rascal, Chipmunk, and N-Dubz.

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  • Dec182015

    Smoker’s Minute: A Schmeckel for a brush, Pricasso

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    Upon hearing that there was an Adult Expo happening in Macau, we set sail that same morning, looking forward to a walk around the expo, followed by Fernando’s chicken and sangria, a win at the tables, and a unique pampering experience over at Rio Sauna to tie it all off with a bow.

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  • Dec182015

    Movie of the week – Paradise : Love

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    Co-written by his wife, Veronika Franz, Ulrich Seidl’s Paradise: Love—the first of his Paradise trilogy—follows Teresa (Margarete Tiesel), a 50-year-old Austrian single hausfrau who travels to a Kenyan beachside resort to escape her frustrating, sexless existence and sullen teenage daughter.

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  • Dec182015

    Documentary: Go deep with this New Zealand gangbanger

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    The homie Tom Gould is a reputed film maker, music video director and photographer. Over the past few years, he has been credited for making some timeless music videos for the likes of Action Bronson, Meyhem Lauren, Sean Price, Large Professor, J Love amongst others. Tom has spent the last few years based in New York documenting the streets and the sub cultures while building a career as a reputed film director.

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  • Dec182015

    Artist to check out, Daniel David Freeman

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    Daniel David Freeman is a London based illustrator, designer and multi-media artist whose work is heavily influenced by his record collection, with his cut-and-paste collages and boldly-outlined graphics often referencing his favorite reggae covers. He runs Ranks London and supplies artwork for club night and label GETME!

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  • Dec152015

    Skin Diamond-“ A Diamond with a muff”

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    Skin was only a wee lass, when she moved back to her native US after a brief spell in the Scottish Highlands, where her parents worked as missionaries, and began her illustrations career within Porn, at the age of 23.

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  • Dec152015

    Porn Mosaics by Tobias Rehberger

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    From up close, this sea of wallpapered mosaic tiles may not look like much but if you were to step back and see it through your smartphone, the blurred pixels reveal an erotic scene inspired by Japanese Shunga drawing. With each scene depicting a different sexual position and erotic imagery, the German artists installation entitled “1661-1910 from Nagasaki, Meiji, Setti” caught many peoples attention at Art Basel Miami this year.

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  • Dec152015

    CCTV Subversions by LUSH

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    the self proclaimed #1 asshole of graffiti LUSH is at it again with his new series, of CCTV subversions with tiny installations on security cameras. These sculptures ranging from dead cops, bodily functions and featuring quite a lot of his standard nakedness and paint splatters are hilarious, dark and completely captivating. It is unknown if the works are intended as a statement against law enforcement and the prevention against graffiti, regardless of the idea though, it’s pretty rad.

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