Archive for May, 2010
Check it out…good hip-hop: ‘Crowd Pleasa’ by El Da Sensei:
*Not to be dissin on El’s video, but that ‘graffiti’ lettering that shows up over the vid is pretty weak. I’m surprised they couldn’t/didn’t get somebody with a little more funk to bust that shit for the video. It looks like the video was shot (partially) inside Fat Beats, so I know they got connections to some dope artists…
*Thx: AmnesiaNo comments
This dude (Erik Johansson) is cold wreckin shop with his digital art. Not much to say, but when it comes to photographic art and Photoshop realism, this guy kills it.
Ahh the tricks you can do with stop motion. The crooked grind is hard.
Check out the graffiti version of one of the 80’s dopest video games: Dragon’s Lair:
SYE – TC5 – VINS – EOS – FC (Fantasy Creators)
Hell yes…I remember Dirk the Daring and that pimped out video game. I remember thinking it was the future of video games. What’s weird is that the creators of the game did a part 2 and a space version, but they never caught on. I think part of that was because of how difficult they were to be any good at. The visuals were awesome, but seeing your Dirk get turned to a skeleton got mad irritating.
Word to the suburbs,
Welcome to the mid section. Have a happy day with this classic.
Back in the day, the 80’s to be exact, werewolf teenagers were just hairy, superstar basketball players that wanted to be cool. Today’s teen wolf looks more like this:
Awesome how all that isn’t like “those silly gangsters who tag on walls for attention”…hehehe. Nope, none of this is a desperate scream for attention.
It’s awesome how kids do this shit and then act surprised or offended when folks do a double-take on them when their in public. Sure, dressing up as ‘shocking’ as you can and calling yourself a werewolf shouldn’t provoke anybody to stare…hehehe. Good luck with that.
*Thx: Tim BNo comments