Sunday, March 25, 2012


This Adidas pop up store featured at Lollapolooza was designed using shipping containers. Pretty dope!
This awesome looking building was designed by Tetrarc Architects for the School of Art in Saint Herblain, France. The building has two main areas, the music and dance theater on the first floor and the exhibition space on the second floor. Both areas are connected by a staircase that may be the most eye-catching part of the design, spiraling upwards as a large piece of multicolored wood against the blank white walls and ceiling of the space. Not only does it add intrigue and color but it gives the space a bit of a crafty and handmade vibe – perfect for an art school. [ArchDaily]

Thursday, March 15, 2012


Breaks are a good thing. We all need to hit pause button once and a while. Breaks give you a chance to miss things. Breaks give you a chance to think. Breaks give you a chance asess. They give you a chance to recharge. When you are constantly "on" you tend to loose focus and it shows in your work. Everybody deserves a break. During my break from you all I've been working my 9 to 5, being a Daddy/Husband having a blast with my angels and I started managing a rock band. I have been exposed to some of the dopest creativity over the past few months and my juices are flowing again. I have to get them out and what a better way than to share in a post. So welcome back I promise it all will be worth the wait....

Peach and Love


“Once we were colored – then we became Black. Then we became proud ’cause we said it loud. We came from the back of the bus to owning the bus. Martin Luther King had a dream, we are now the reality. Obama said: ‘Yes we can.’ He did, and we will. History The Sex Pistolshas been made, history has been written. Growing Up Black is a chronicle of the making of a community, a mirror of how we started and how far we came. We have to keep pushing, keep building, keep the faith” – Dennis Morris

Best known for his music photography – including Bob Marley, Marianne Faithful, , Radiohead, Goldie, and The Prodigy – Dennis Morris starting taking photos at a young age while he was given a camera when in his church choir in London. His latest book, Growing Up Black which will be released at the end of the month, is a photographic record of inner city London in the late ’60s and early ’70s and shows domestic life at an important time in Black history, as well as images of inter-racial marriages, sound systems and the sense of community of the area. A beautiful study in simplistic imagery with an important undertone, here are a few shots from his upcoming release,

Friday, February 25, 2011

I love seeing a cute female rock a fresh pair of J's.....Nothing like it!

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Open shelving is the $#!&....

Just make sure you have nice dishes...

This is amazing!!!! (Art or Real Life???)

These "paintings" really freaked me out. At initial glance you would be sure that these are paitings when actually they are real people. I've looked and looked again and still can't believe what I'm seeing. Continue reading to see the artist posing with the pieces...

Monday, January 10, 2011

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Friday, December 31, 2010

2011 DB9


Sometimes designers just get it right!